News & Events
In this section of our website the pupils will share news regarding all the major news stories associated with Feevagh NS. (e.g. trips away, sports events etc.)
6th Class Graduation 2021
Today we said Farewell to our three 6th Class pupils. We had a virtual graduation prayer service led by Fr. Beirne followed by the students cutting the graduation cake and being presented with a certificate and a book of photos to remind them of all
Sports Day 2021
Our Annual Sports Day was held at Feevagh N.S on Friday 11th June. Thanks to Simon from Four Roads Hurling Club and David and Oisín from St. Aidan’s Football Club for coming to offer their expertise to the children during the day. The children also
6th Class Moving on Up: Transferring to Secondary School Programme
Our 5th and 6th Class students participated in the 6th class Moving On Up: Transferring to Secondary School programme today. The programme equips pupils with a range of social, emotional and organisational tips to ensure they get the best start to their secondary school lives.
”Kaleidoscope” Virtual Creative Learning School’s Programme
The Junior Classes participated in Roscommon Arts Centre’s new “Kaleidoscope” Virtual Creative Learning School’s programme on Friday 28th May. Kaleidoscope aims to connect with people of all ages through a series of artistic engagements and cultural activity that helps develop a person’s understanding, knowledge and
First Reconciliation 2021
The three boys from 2nd class celebrated the Sacrament of Reconciliation on Wednesday 26th May in St. Patrick’s Church, Dysart.
Incredible Edibles is a healthy eating initiative for Primary School pupils. It encourages schools across the country to get busy growing carrots, lettuce, potatoes, strawberries, turnips and herbs. Schools are supplied with grow packs containing everything they need to grow a veritable feast of healthy
National Tree Week
Feevagh National school was gifted 2 birch saplings from Four Roads Ladies Gaelic Football Club for National Tree Week. The children in both classrooms had great fun planting them.
Donation of Hurls and Sliotars from Four Roads Hurling Club
The children from the senior classroom were delighted to accept a donation of hurls and sliotars from Four Roads Hurling Club recently.
Creative Schools Week 2021
This week was Creative Schools Week and Feevagh N.S. featured in Episode 3 of the Creative Schools online celebrations. You can watch the episode here https://youtu.be/XlMxtGWt8UMFeevagh As part of Creative Schools Week, the senior room made puppets and hosted a puppet show for the junior
Active Schools Week 2021
Active School Flag (ASF) is a Department of Education and Skills initiative supported by Healthy Ireland, and part of the National Physical Activity Plan. An Active School is a school where physical activity is valued, promoted and enjoyed by all. The aim of the programme is