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Scoil Éinne

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Féilire na Bliana 2008 - 2009

Mean Fomhair:

Deire Fomhair:     Dúnta 2nd, 26th, 27th, 28th, 29th & 30th

Samhain:

Nollaig:               Dúnta 8th

                           Saoire na Nollaig 23rd

Eanair:                 Athoscailt 7th

Feabhra:              Dúnta 18th & 19th

Márta:                 Dúnta 17th, 29th,  

Aibrean:              Dúnta 1st - 10th Athoscailt 12th

Bealtaine:            Dúnta 3rd

Meithimh:           Dúnta 7th

                           Deire na Scoilbhliana 25th

 

New Sculpture at Scoil Éinne 

Article in the Galway First paper on Sunday, 22 June 2008

 

Spiddal national schools Scoil Mhichil Naofa and Scoile Mhuire have merged to create one school, Scoil Einne. To celebrate this, Cork artist Julie Forrester has been commissioned to create a large external sculpture with the pupils.

The sculpture is a large mosaic made out of clay tiles that each child in the school will have designed individually, based on what their name means to them.

 It will be in the Spiddal colours, of blue and yellow, and the end result will look a little like a Celtic Torc with a pool of water on either end. The project is part of the government scheme called One per cent for Art, which specifies that any major public structure should put aside one per cent of the budget for a public art feature. This scheme aims to promote a dialogue about art in everyday situations.

Each child in the school has taken part and it will be available to the public to view by the middle of July

 

 

 
   

 

 

 

 

 

 

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