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LC-school-16 
 EE kidzzone request.
Scoil Mhuire Naofa Carrigtwohill, Co Cork is situated in the village of Carrigtwohill, East Cork, half way between Cork City and Midleton. It is a school with a Christian ethos, under the patronage of the Catholic Bishop of Cloyne with classes from Junior Infants to Sixth class, with pupils between the ages of four and thirteen. First and second class pupils singing for guests at the 60th anniversary celebrations.
Pic; Larry Cummins
LC-school-15 
 EE kidzzone request.
Scoil Mhuire Naofa Carrigtwohill, Co Cork is situated in the village of Carrigtwohill, East Cork, half way between Cork City and Midleton. It is a school with a Christian ethos, under the patronage of the Catholic Bishop of Cloyne with classes from Junior Infants to Sixth class, with pupils between the ages of four and thirteen. First and second class pupils singing for guests at the 60th anniversary celebrations.
Pic; Larry Cummins
LC-school-14 
 EE kidzzone request.
Scoil Mhuire Naofa Carrigtwohill, Co Cork is situated in the village of Carrigtwohill, East Cork, half way between Cork City and Midleton. It is a school with a Christian ethos, under the patronage of the Catholic Bishop of Cloyne with classes from Junior Infants to Sixth class, with pupils between the ages of four and thirteen. Currently there's 461 boys on the school roll and the school will begin to enroll girls into the junior infant classes of September 2017.
Draughts players Mark Walsh, Luke McCarthy, Elliot Chan and Conor Kearney enjoy a quick game during breaktime.
Pic; Larry Cummins
LC-school-13 
 EE kidzzone request.
Scoil Mhuire Naofa Carrigtwohill, Co Cork is situated in the village of Carrigtwohill, East Cork, half way between Cork City and Midleton. It is a school with a Christian ethos, under the patronage of the Catholic Bishop of Cloyne with classes from Junior Infants to Sixth class, with pupils between the ages of four and thirteen. Currently there's 461 boys on the school roll and the school will begin to enroll girls into the junior infant classes of September 2017.
Chess players Jericho Gomesz, Cormac Murphy, Keelan Aylard, and Tobiasz Rogolski.
Pic; Larry Cummins
LC-school-12 
 EE kidzzone request.
Scoil Mhuire Naofa Carrigtwohill, Co Cork is situated in the village of Carrigtwohill, East Cork, half way between Cork City and Midleton. It is a school with a Christian ethos, under the patronage of the Catholic Bishop of Cloyne with classes from Junior Infants to Sixth class, with pupils between the ages of four and thirteen. Currently there's 461 boys on the school roll and the school will begin to enroll girls into the junior infant classes of September 2017.
Pupils seated awaiting the start of the 60th Anniversary celebrations.
Pic; Larry Cummins
LC-school-11 
 EE kidzzone request.
Scoil Mhuire Naofa Carrigtwohill, Co Cork is situated in the village of Carrigtwohill, East Cork, half way between Cork City and Midleton. It is a school with a Christian ethos, under the patronage of the Catholic Bishop of Cloyne with classes from Junior Infants to Sixth class, with pupils between the ages of four and thirteen. Currently there's 461 boys on the school roll and the school will begin to enroll girls into the junior infant classes of September 2017.
Sixth class pupils who were on the school team that won the Munster Orienteering Championships recently.
Pic; Larry Cummins
LC-school-10 
 EE kidzzone request.
Scoil Mhuire Naofa Carrigtwohill, Co Cork is situated in the village of Carrigtwohill, East Cork, half way between Cork City and Midleton. It is a school with a Christian ethos, under the patronage of the Catholic Bishop of Cloyne with classes from Junior Infants to Sixth class, with pupils between the ages of four and thirteen. Currently there's 461 boys on the school roll and the school will begin to enroll girls into the junior infant classes of September 2017.
Pupils from junior and senior infants taking part in the 60th Anniversary celebrations.
Pic; Larry Cummins
LC-school-08 
 EE kidzzone request.
Scoil Mhuire Naofa Carrigtwohill, Co Cork is situated in the village of Carrigtwohill, East Cork, half way between Cork City and Midleton. It is a school with a Christian ethos, under the patronage of the Catholic Bishop of Cloyne with classes from Junior Infants to Sixth class, with pupils between the ages of four and thirteen. Currently there's 461 boys on the school roll and the school will begin to enroll girls into the junior infant classes of September 2017.
Pupils taking part in the 60th Anniversary celebrations.
Pic; Larry Cummins
LC-school-07 
 EE kidzzone request.
Scoil Mhuire Naofa Carrigtwohill, Co Cork is situated in the village of Carrigtwohill, East Cork, half way between Cork City and Midleton. It is a school with a Christian ethos, under the patronage of the Catholic Bishop of Cloyne with classes from Junior Infants to Sixth class, with pupils between the ages of four and thirteen. Currently there's 461 boys on the school roll and the school will begin to enroll girls into the junior infant classes of September 2017.
Infant pupils celebrate through the multiple languages of the schoolchildren, as part of the 60th Anniversary celebrations.
Pic; Larry Cummins
LC-school-06 
 EE kidzzone request.
Scoil Mhuire Naofa Carrigtwohill, Co Cork is situated in the village of Carrigtwohill, East Cork, half way between Cork City and Midleton. It is a school with a Christian ethos, under the patronage of the Catholic Bishop of Cloyne with classes from Junior Infants to Sixth class, with pupils between the ages of four and thirteen. Currently there's 461 boys on the school roll and the school will begin to enroll girls into the junior infant classes of September 2017.
Pupils from third class seated awaiting the start of the 60th Anniversary celebrations.
Pic; Larry Cummins
LC-school-05 
 EE kidzzone request.
Scoil Mhuire Naofa Carrigtwohill, Co Cork is situated in the village of Carrigtwohill, East Cork, half way between Cork City and Midleton. It is a school with a Christian ethos, under the patronage of the Catholic Bishop of Cloyne with classes from Junior Infants to Sixth class, with pupils between the ages of four and thirteen. Currently there's 461 boys on the school roll and the school will begin to enroll girls into the junior infant classes of September 2017.
Pupils tadhg O'Connell, Tobiasz Gierat and Eryk Puch with their Tom Crean projects.
Pic; Larry Cummins
LC-school-04 
 EE kidzzone request.
Scoil Mhuire Naofa Carrigtwohill, Co Cork is situated in the village of Carrigtwohill, East Cork, half way between Cork City and Midleton. It is a school with a Christian ethos, under the patronage of the Catholic Bishop of Cloyne with classes from Junior Infants to Sixth class, with pupils between the ages of four and thirteen. Currently there's 461 boys on the school roll and the school will begin to enroll girls into the junior infant classes of September 2017.
Pupils Artur Guzik, Ryan Deasy, Cian Lee, Luke O'Sullivan and Colm Harte who are all members of the student council, have their pic taken beside an old Morris Minor.
Pic; Larry Cummins
LC-school-03 
 EE kidzzone request.
Scoil Mhuire Naofa Carrigtwohill, Co Cork is situated in the village of Carrigtwohill, East Cork, half way between Cork City and Midleton. It is a school with a Christian ethos, under the patronage of the Catholic Bishop of Cloyne with classes from Junior Infants to Sixth class, with pupils between the ages of four and thirteen. Currently there's 461 boys on the school roll and the school will begin to enroll girls into the junior infant classes of September 2017.
Pupils Niall Barry, Jack Maher. Ian Fitzpatrick, Keelan Aylard, and Tobiasz Rogolski, who are all members of the student council.
Pic; Larry Cummins
LC-school-02 
 EE kidzzone request.
Scoil Mhuire Naofa Carrigtwohill, Co Cork is situated in the village of Carrigtwohill, East Cork, half way between Cork City and Midleton. It is a school with a Christian ethos, under the patronage of the Catholic Bishop of Cloyne with classes from Junior Infants to Sixth class, with pupils between the ages of four and thirteen. Currently there's 461 boys on the school roll and the school will begin to enroll girls into the junior infant classes of September 2017.
Pupils Jack Mulcahy and Mati Sobon in costume for a celebration of the 60th anniversary of the school.
Pic; Larry Cummins
LC-school-01 
 EE kidzzone request.
Scoil Mhuire Naofa Carrigtwohill, Co Cork is situated in the village of Carrigtwohill, East Cork, half way between Cork City and Midleton. It is a school with a Christian ethos, under the patronage of the Catholic Bishop of Cloyne with classes from Junior Infants to Sixth class, with pupils between the ages of four and thirteen. Currently there's 461 boys on the school roll and the school will begin to enroll girls into the junior infant classes of September 2017.
Pupils Emmanuel Videl, Corey Cunningham, Tadhg Sullivan and Filip Gawlowk with some of the class projects on explorer Tom Crean.
Pic; Larry Cummins
JCChoralFestLaunch15 
 XXjob 29/03/2017
Irish Examiner.
2017 Cork International Choral Festival Launch, in the Atrium, City Hall, Cork.
Kate O'Herlihy and Lile McCarthy, RedFM.
Picture: Jim Coughlan.
JCChoralFestLaunch14 
 XXjob 29/03/2017
Irish Examiner.
2017 Cork International Choral Festival Launch, in the Atrium, City Hall, Cork.
Louise Morrissey and Niamh Murphy, both with ETC.
Picture: Jim Coughlan.
JCChoralFestLaunch13 
 XXjob 29/03/2017
Irish Examiner.
2017 Cork International Choral Festival Launch, in the Atrium, City Hall, Cork.
Velvin Lamont and his son, Velvin Junior, from Ballincollig.
Picture: Jim Coughlan.
JCChoralFestLaunch12 
 XXjob 29/03/2017
Irish Examiner.
2017 Cork International Choral Festival Launch, in the Atrium, City Hall, Cork.
John Fitzpatrick, Cork International Choral Festival Director, Laura McNamara, Clayton Hotel Cork City and Conor O'Toole, General Manager Clayton Hotel Cork City.
Picture: Jim Coughlan.
JCChoralFestLaunch11 
 XXjob 29/03/2017
Irish Examiner.
2017 Cork International Choral Festival Launch, in the Atrium, City Hall, Cork.
John Fitzpatrick, Cork International Choral Festival Director, Laura McNamara, Clayton Hotel Cork City and Conor O'Toole, General Manager Clayton Hotel Cork City.
Picture: Jim Coughlan.

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