CNS Celebration Concert

Well done to all our wonderful students who performed at Cork ETB Community National School Celebration Concert last Friday at the Carrigaline Court Hotel. All students represented their school impeccably and we are very proud of all our talented students who sang and danced for both the County Mayor and Chief Executive of CETB at the concert. We look forward to performing again at our summer concert on June 20th in our school...

RDS Science Fair

Well done to our senior students and members of our STEM committee who travelled to Mary Immaculate College of Education last Wednesday to take part in the RDS Science Fair. Over the past couple of week the children were busy preparing the schools presentation on how spectacles work. They conducted various experiments and research on vision and how the eye works. We are very proud of our students who did a wonderful job representing their school....

BaKe Sale in aid of Mallow Search and Rescue

    Well done to our senior class who hosted a Bake Sale for us all to enjoy in aid of Mallow Search and Rescue.We are very proud of our students who suggested this fundraising initiative themselves. Thank you to Mallow Search and Rescue who came to show us their search and rescue lifeboat today. Our students got to learn of the valuable role that Mallow Search and Rescue play in our community. Well done to our senior students....

Maths Trail

The children in Solas really enjoyed getting out and about to use their ‘maths eyes’ on a recent Maths trail around the school. Here are some photos of the children kept very busy using their measuring skills, identifying shapes in the environment as well as recording various data throughout the...

Second Special Class for Pupils with Autism

Scoil Aonghusa CNS will open a second special class for children with Autism in September 2019.  Please contact the school office should you wish to enrol your child.  Enrolment deadline: Tuesday, May 7th

STEM Show and Tell at ScoilAonghusa

Another busy day to celebrate ‘Engineers Week’ with our STEM committee holding a ‘Show & Tell’ in the school hall. The children investigated the force of gravity and also undertook activities to demonstrate how helicopters, hovercrafts, wind-up cars, and submarines work, how tornados form and even how you can light a bulb with a lemon! We also had problem solving stations which involved activities with tangrams, polydrons, Bee-bots and Scratch programming....