The children of 5th and 6th have been studying poetry this week and have written the following poems. The Magic Box I will put in my box The touch of of an Irish primary school on my life So brief, yet so important And bind to it the memory of what had gone before. […]
It was midnight. They should have been here by now. As Megan thought these words, the fire she had built died. Next time, she was going to set up the campsite during the day and have her friends come around in the afternoon, instead of setting the camp up in the evening and trusting in […]
It was Friday evening. Dad and I walked the shore line . This was normal as we only lived a few minutes away. We came across a bottle. Dad was giving out saying that was littering. He was about to put it in the bin when he saw that it had a letter inside. He […]
Dog collar, for sale, never worn Young child, hot iron, burned hand Small virus, getting bigger, world pandemic Woman cries, painting falls, a banshee! Anne frank, tough life, tragic death Twelve apostles, Three aspects, One God Friends greet, Couples meet. Fit in? Coronavirus closures, No soap, This bad?
September We returned to school in new classes with new people. It was a bit strange being in sixth class. We all had new books and stationery. We have two teachers Ms. Connolly and Ms. Ní Fhátharta. Fourth class stayed with us for a while. We had to get used to our new friends and we […]
Rahan National School will host its annual Open Morning on February 24th 2018 from 11.00am to 12.30pm Opportunity for prospective students and their parents to explore the school and its facilities. Informally meet with principal, teachers and students. Experience the ethos of the school. Choral Recital by school choir. Explore the school’s digital learning […]
Members of the victorious Under 16 Clyda Rovers team visited our school lately. They are shown here with pupils from 4th, 5th and 6th class. IMG_20171108_135303.jpg 3.6 MB
The last day of school before the Halloween break is always a fun day in Rahan. The children get an opportunity to dress up and scare the teachers.
My Visit to the Cork Racecourse On Monday morning my class 4th,5th and 6th went to the Cork Racecourse. I sat next to my friend on the bus. When we arrived at the racecourse we went into the parade ring . We got told all about the race horses diet, their fitness plan and bad habits […]
Mallow played against St. Michaels in the Cork Premier Intermediate Final and were victorious. A past pupil, Matthew Taylor, and some of his team mates brought the cup to our school recently.