Iarbhunscoil Oiliféir Naofa (St. Oliver Post Primary School) is a secondary school located in Oldcastle, County Meath, Ireland. The school has been expanded in recent years, with the opening of a new building in 2002 and celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2009, opening four new classrooms on the date. On 3 March 2007 the school won the All-Ireland Vocational Schools Championship Senior Cup 'B' Competition in Gaelic football.

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  • Iarbhunscoil Oiliféir Naofa (St. Oliver Post Primary School) is a secondary school located in Oldcastle, County Meath, Ireland. The school has been expanded in recent years, with the opening of a new building in 2002 and celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2009, opening four new classrooms on the date. On 3 March 2007 the school won the All-Ireland Vocational Schools Championship Senior Cup 'B' Competition in Gaelic football. (en)
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  • Mr. Brendan Corcoran
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  • c. 600
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  • Iarbhunscoil Oiliféir Naofa (St. Oliver Post Primary School) is a secondary school located in Oldcastle, County Meath, Ireland. The school has been expanded in recent years, with the opening of a new building in 2002 and celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2009, opening four new classrooms on the date. On 3 March 2007 the school won the All-Ireland Vocational Schools Championship Senior Cup 'B' Competition in Gaelic football. (en)
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  • St. Oliver Post Primary School (en)
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  • Iarbhunscoil Oiliféir Naofa (en)
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