Scoil Fhionáin is a co-educational primary school located in Kilfinane, Co. Limerick. Whatever your interest in our school, we’re delighted that you are taking the time to learn a little more about us.
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On Tuesday the 17th of June Joan Slattery held an end of year school concert and with the beautiful weather we decided to have it outdoors.
Junior/Senior Infants/First- The Rectory, Croom
Second/Third- Ballyhoura Adventure Centre
Fourth- Riverwalk and Orienteering
Fifth/sixth- Lough Gur
Active Week 3rd-6th June
Active Week is part of the active flag programme and is part of a whole school effort to be fitter and healthier. The children can wear school tracksuit throughout the week and we hope the children enjoy all events thoroughly. The week kicks off with a 7km cycle around Kilfinane for the children in 4th-6th class on Tuesday at 11.00am.
To finish off our week we were presented certificates of participation by Limerick hurlers full back Richie McCarthy, Kilfinane and centre back Donal O’Grady, Ballingarry. We would like the thank the lads for taking the time to come and visit us and wich them and all the Limerick hurling team the very best in the semi-final of the Munster Championship.
COME ON LIMERICK!! LUIMNEACH ABÚ!!
Sports Day was held on Thursday of Active Week, we had a great day with 3-legged races, spud and spoon races, sprints, rounders, sack races, basketball, obstacle courses and lots more!
Scoil Fhionáin Camogie Team
The girls played the semi-final in Martinstown on Thursday the 29th of May. Unfortunately they were beaten by Bruree, however the scores were very tight with the final score (3-1) to (3-0). We wish the teams in the final the very best of luck and look forward to meeting them again next year.
The children in 5th and 6th class recieved the Holy Spirit on the 27th of may in Saint Andrews chursh. The celebrant on the day was Bishop Brendan Leahy, accompanied by Father Hanley. The day was a great success and all the children involved were delighted with the ceremony.
First Communion was on Saturday 10th May with 12 boys and 12 girls receiving the sacrament. The children were wonderful and the school choir and band sang and played beautifully. Many thanks to the Parents’ Council for providing tea and coffee with treats after the mass at the school. It’s lovely to meet with family in an informal setting.