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  • Active Schools Week 2023
    Another busy Active Schools Week in Cloonliffen! We enjoyed tennis with Janis , Power Soccer with John, obstacle courses, penalty shoot outs, Uni hoc & some great games of rounders. I think everyone will sleep well this weekend !! πŸŽΎβš½οΈπŸπŸƒπŸ»β€β™€οΈπŸƒβ€β™‚οΈ
  • FAI Primary Schools 5’s
    We are so proud of our girls soccer team who competed in the Mayo finals of the FAI Primary Schools 5’s in Milebush today. The girls put in excellent performances to come away with 1 win, 2 draws and 1 defeat to the eventual winners Belcarra NS. Behaviour by players and supporters both and on…
  • Cross Country 2022
    Congratulations to all the children who participated in this years Cross country competition. Sincere thanks to all for organising this excellent event. We were delighted to come home with some medals πŸ…!!
  • Sports Day 2022
    We had the perfect day in the end for our annual Sports Day on Monday June 13th. Games, obstacle courses, parachute fun and of course some races were enjoyed by all classes! Well done to all who took part and thanks to all the staff and extra helpers on the day. A well deserved ice…
  • Cumann na mBunscol 2022
    Congratulations to both the boys and girls teams in Cloonliffen National School on winning their games today and progressing to the next stage πŸ‘ Super proud of all the children today. Both teams played fantastic football, with great team work and are a credit to the school. The date for the next matches to be…

Active Schools Week 2022

After all the Easter eggs were eaten we got β€˜active’ for our Active Schools Week April 25th-29th. The sun shone β˜€οΈ for the whole week and we enjoyed coaching sessions from tennis coach Janis,GAA coach Martin and handball coach Mark. On Thursday each classroom were brought to the new track at the green for races, javelin, long jump and games. What a fantastic week full of activity well done everyone πŸ‘πŸ»πŸ‘πŸ»

GAA Training with Martin
Tennis with Janis 🎾
Handball with Mark