Students experience a range of extracurricular activities during school hours as outlined below. Activities vary from term to term and from year to year. The list below reflects activities from 2014-2016.
School Tours/trips: Recent outlings have included,
- A trip to the University of Limerick Concert Hall to see Jack and the Beanstalk in the 2014/2015 school year. This Christmas (2017) we look forward to returning to Limerick to see Cinderella!
- The 2016 senior school tour to Dublin incorporating visits to Glasnevin Cemetery, Arbour Hill Cemetry, Collins Barricks and the National Aquatic Centre. In 2017 the Senior Room visited Spike Island, a national heritage site, where they got to sample prison life as well as visit the military museum.
- The 2016 Junior School Tour to Parson's Green Pet Farm in Clogheen, Co. Tipperary. In 2017 we visited Turroe Pet Farm and play centre for a day of fun and excitement!
Swimming: In Autumn 2017 pupils from 1st class and upwards took part in a 6 week swimming course in Nenagh Leisure Centre. This was thoroughly enjoyed by all.
Tin Whistle: Pupils of 1st class and upwards learn the tin whistle throughout the school year and perform at school concerts and shows.
Gaelic Football: All pupils from 1st class upwards are taking part in Gaelic football this term. This year we will play Kilbarron N.S. and Burgess N.S. in the North Tipperary 3-teacher Championship.
Hurling/camogie: We look forward to commencing hurling/camogie training in the new year, following North Final win in May 2017 against Aglish.
Dance: For the past 2 years dance classes have been provided to all pupils from 1st class upwards. These are provided by Ciara Nealon and have been very successful to date. Pupils experience a range of dance styles from waltz to disco.
Computers: 2016 saw the introduction of computer classes to pupils from 2nd class and upwards. There were provided by Whizkids, a Limerick based educational company. A follow up programme was run in Autumn 2017 where pupils expanded their MS Office Skills.
Judo: Judo classes ran in October 2015. These classes were provided by James Mulroy, Chairman & Founder Judo Assist Ireland. Classes proved very popular and pupils were presented with Certificates of Completion following the programme.
Clay modelling: The six week clay modelling programme is one of the most popular extra curricular activities undertaken by the pupils. Products of the classes can be seen around the school including the two colourful clay flowerpots at the main door! The clay programme is provided by Fin O'Hara. See at Fins Pottery Tuition'.