Congratulations to the 12 elected members of our first ever Student Council. We look forward to a wonderful year ahead!
We were delighted to have Cassandra from Goal with us. She delivered "Food for Good" workshops. The workshops challenged us to think about our food and where it comes from.
The children have been working on some construction projects on the theme of agriculture. Some lovely work is on display in the middle room.
In November, we remember our loved ones who have died.
Check out our STEM section for photos of Science Week activities.
Credit Union Colouring Competition
Student Council elections were held on Friday, 17th of November. It was such an enjoyable campaign. Check out our photos!
We were delighted to welcome the Minister for Education, Norma Foley to our school. Councillor Damien Ryan and Lisa Chambers, T.D. visited too. In Ms. Muldoon's room they watched our film "Cross, the Place we Call Home" and were treated to a lovely rendition of "Oró se do Bheatha Bhaile" The Minister was presented with some beautiful flowers and a book about our local area. The children from Ms. Geraghty's room performed a song named "Míonna na Bliana" and the children from Ms. Presnail's room recited a poem called "Duilleoga deasa deasa". We were presented with a Cineáltas flag. It was a lovely, happy occasion.
Our school is bursting with colour this autumn with beautiful art in the corridors and classrooms.
The weather was very kind to us after the summer holidays. We were able to go outside to do some reading.
Fun With Tangrams
Cross Country Championships
Well done to all the children who took part in the Cross Country Competition that was held in Ballinrobe Racecourse.
We have been very busy over the last while. The Middle and Senior classes went to Bay Sports in Athlone for a super school tour.
Fifth and Sixth class were so proud to present a cheque for 2000 euro to the Cancer Fund for Children. They had raised that fantastic amount through their Bake Sale.
We had a jam-packed Active Week consisting of Power Soccer and Drumadore workshops, Sports Day, Orienteering, a blitz in the Neale N.S. and our week was topped off by a visit from our past pupil, Tom Lydon, who is the current vice captain of the Mayo Under 17s.
The last day of the term was bittersweet as we said goodbye to our lovely sixth class and we wish them well in the future. Check out our photos!!!!
Goodbye Sixth Class
We have taken full advantage of the lovely weather for the last while. We have enjoyed table tennis, rounders, art, reading, eating lunch and practising our GAA skills in the glorious sunshine.
Rory Best - Miles 2 Mayo
There was marvellous excitement when Rory Best passed our school on his way to Cong. The fifth and sixth classes held a very successful fundraiser the next day.
A Trip to Dublin
Junior Tour - Turoe Pet Farm
Maths - Measures