Scoil Pól Latest News


Welcome to our News Page! Here you will find all the Latest happenings here in Scoil Pól!


Some of our Scoil Pól pupils completed a 5k run around the beautiful Killarney park, the sun shined for us. It was overall a fantastic day. We got to meet sports stars such as Jessie Barr, Colm Cooper, Aidan O'Shea. 

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Medieval Castle Models

Our students had to build a model castle and do a presentation on the defensive features of the castle. The standard was superb. Here are the winners of a medieval castle model competition.  Well done to all the 1c class. Keep up the good work! click read more to see the fantastic castles. 

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Scoil Pól Monster Golf Classic

Scoil Pól secondary school are delighted to host a Monster Golf Classic on Friday 27th and Saturday 28th May 2016 in Ballyneety Golf Club Co. Limerick. golf

Team of 3 is €150

Dinner incl. and Burgers on the 9th also incl.

GUI Handicaps apply

Non-GUI: Ladies:22, Gents:18

Hole in One: Prize of Car worth €15,000 sponsored by Hinchys Garage Garryspillane.

For tee times contact Ballyneety Golf Club on 061- 351881

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Scoil Pól Parent Assocciation present,Anthony O'Shaughnessy

Andrew O'Shaughnessy,

Counselling Psychotherapist and Education Coach.

Thurs May 5th 7pm in the school.

Anthony will be speaking on a range of general educational and parenting issues that are relevant to all parents and guardians. 

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Le petit déjeuner français

Our first year students experienced the French life in Scoil Pól by enjoying their Petit Déjeuner on April 22nd.
The students sampled croissants, pain au chocolat, brioche, pain au raisin and also enjoyed a glass of jus d'orange or a mug of chocolat chaud topped up with cream and marshmallows. The Petit Déjeuner went down a treat! They students got plenty of practice ordering their food and drink in French which made the breakfast even more enjoyable. 

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Charity Run and Cycle huge success! Biorn Downes

Scoil Pól Happy Feet Run/Cycle Event

Wellbeing is the buzzword around the corridors of Scoil Pól this year. It started when the sixth years came back in September and saw wellness on their timetable. Throughout the year sixth years have followed a course that challenges them to mind their mental, physical and spiritual wellbeing. From this new course in Scoil Pól came a new initiative driven by the Transition Years. The Transition years called this new drive “Happy Feet” and they set about planning an event that would highlight all of their hard work. The aim of the Happy Feet initiative was to call on all students to mind themselves and to build resilience. The Transition Years started a “Sound the Alarm, help stop self harm” campaign. The walls in Scoil Pól were decorated with positive affirmations, talks around self care, appreciating life, minding oneself were organised, a couch to 5k programme was launched, a visit to UL to hear Bressie talk about his own journey was arranged, a healthy eating committee was formed, fizzy drinks and sport drinks were banned from the school shop. Healthy lunch options became available. The work has just started, much more has to be done and will be done in the coming year.

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