Tag Archives: School Performances

Scoil Chill Ruadháin ar an Teilifís!

Féach ar na físeanna seo a leanas agus bain trial as an Haka Gaelach gach éinne!!! Éire Abú!!!


Ag Déanamh an Haka!

There was great excitement in Scoil Chill Ruadháin today when RTE and TV3 both came to film the pupils doing the Haka Gaelach in support of the Irish Rugby Team for Seachtain na Gaeilge! Check in again soon to see the footage!

Christmas Concerts

Students from Junior Infants to Sixth Class took part in our Christmas concerts this year, showcasing a huge variety of songs, poems, dances, skits and plays. A lot of hard work went into preparing each class’s piece and this was evident in the high quality performances. Well done everyone! For more photos please visit the individual class blogs.

Cór Fhéile na Scol

On Tuesday the 28th of March our school choir consisting of children from 4th, 5th and 6th classes took part in the Cór Fhéile na Scol. They performed along with seven other schools to a large audience in the City Hall. The children performed three songs from the ‘Trolls’ movie – True Colours, The Sound of Silence and Tá an Móthú seo go hÁlainn. They have been working very hard over the last few months with rehearsals at lunch time, during school and after school and it certainly paid off as their performance was outstanding! Well done to our fabulous school choir, you are a credit to the school. Also a great big thanks to Mr Kennedy, Ms Cremin and Ms. Norris for preparing them for their perfromance.

Happy Christmas from Everyone at Scoil Chill Ruadhain!

We had great fun getting ready for Christmas this year! Here is a small selection of photos from the last few days. To see more pictures please visit the class blogs!

Carol Singing in Glanmire Credit Union

Stop and Stare


A number of weeks ago, children from Sixth Class took part in a drama production together with a members of the Cope Foundation’s drama group. They spent the day getting to know each other, learning the script and rehearsing together. In the afternoon they put on a performance for the children in 3rd to 5th. The messages portrayed in the drama were simple yet powerful. We saw how words can both hurt and heal; how we can lift others up or bring them down; the lasting impact bullying and negative behaviour can make. All of the children, both actors and spectators, learned a lot from the experience. We would like to extend huge thanks to the Cope Foundation for giving us the opportunity to take part in Stop and Stare, and to help share the important message that all people should be treated the same way.