Every child in our school took part in some very exciting investigations and scientific activities this week. Check out our STEM page for more details including photos from our trip to the McWilliam Park Hotel, Claremorris for the Mayo Science Week Tower Challenge.
We also spent some time flexing our maths brains thanks to isak9 from the Mayo Education Centre. More photos can be found on our STEM page.
Well done to the children from third and fourth classes who took part in the FAI Futsal competition in Ballinrobe on Friday.
Liz's café is open for business every morning in the Junior Room.
A huge congratulations to these three girls from our school who won the Ceol Urlise section of the South Mayo division of Scór na nÓg representing The Neale G.A.A.
Once again, our children have been very generous. Well done everyone.
National League Cup
We were very lucky to have the Irish National Insurance Cup in our school this morning. Mayo are the current National League Champions. Thanks to John Hughes for organising.
Design a Tower Challenge
Next week is Science week. Go over to our STEM page for details of this year's challenge.
There were some very scary creatures at school today!!!!!!!!!!
We have created some lovely Hallowe'en art.
Congrats to The Neale
We were delighted to welcome the new County Intermediate Champions on Monday.
Monday was a busy day because we also found time to go on a lovely nature walk to Dowagh House.
Last week was Maths Week. Check out our STEM page to see us taking part in a Maths Quiz.
A Visit from a Garda
John, a Community Garda from Claremorris station visited us today to talk about some of the dangerous things that can happen at Hallowe'en. He got more than he bargained for when he was chased out of the building by some very scary Hallowe'en creatures!!!!!
Congratulations to the Neale GAA who won the Minor B Championship this evening. Best of luck in the Division 3 League Final this weekend.
The junior room is a very spooky place to be these days. We have our own "Witches' Den." We have been mixing potions, casting spells and creating wonderful pieces with playdough, colours and paper.
Look at the beautiful still-life drawings the children in the senior room have created. They used pencil and charcoal.
Two girls from sixth class, Eleanor and Hayley, have been busy with their science projects. Eleanor's project is on the topic of 'Light' and Hayley's is on "Eco Friendly Houses". They presented them to the rest of the school today. Please visit our STEM page for more details.