Summer Holidays

On behalf of all the staff in Ballindaggin NS I would like to thank all parents, pupils and members of the wider school community for their kind words of thanks over the last few days in the run up to the end of the school year.

It has been another wonderful year in the school with lots of awards won, county finals reached and most importantly new things learned in every classroom.

Over the summer, maintenance works will be ongoing inside the school building to further enhance our school.

We hope that everyone of our pupils has a wonderful summer and we look forward to seeing you all on August 30th.


Conor Mc Donald



As you know our three Eco Unesco groups have got through to the national finals. The People’s choice Award for the Young Environmentalist Awards is now open. Please vote by following this link  Follow the  link through to vote for the projects. You can vote everyday. The groups with most votes will win this award. You will need the groups project numbers to vote.

Scroll down the page of projects. The project are listed numerical . Scroll down till you reach Save a bit Start to Switch, Cup Alert, or Wildflower Girls. Click through and type in their project number to vote.

To vote Save A Bit Start to Switch vote 2019 160

To vote Cup Alert  vote 2019 162

To vote Wildflower Girls vote 2019  163.

You can also vote by visiting their blogs and following the instructions on their blogs.

5k Fundraiser

Our annual 5k Fundraiser is on Sunday May 19th

Registration from 12:00pm

Prizes galore!

Click on the image above or the link below for more info.

Please spread the word.

All money raised will go towards the refurbishment of our classrooms.


Race Flier Doc


Click on the image to learn more about the Young Environmentalist Awards

On Tuesday April 2nd Ms. Whitty and Mr. Mc Donald traveled to Europe House in Dublin with 15 pupils from 5th/6th Class to participate in the ECO-UNESCO Young Environmentalist Semi-Finals, also known as the ‘ecodens.’

The 15 pupils were divided between three projects;

  1. Cup Alert – this group of four girls had raised awareness around the issue of single use coffee cups and the negative effect they were having on the environment. They encouraged as many people as they could to start using their own reusable cup.
  2. Save a Bit Start to Switch – a group comprised of six fifth class boys. They concentrated on raising awareness around the negative impact of fossil fuels, particularly petrol and diesel. They encouraged people to buy electric cars.
  3. The Wildflower Girls – this group of five fifth class girls took an interest in biodiversity. They were raising awareness about habitat destruction and encouraged people to sow wildflowers in their gardens to help out pollinators. 

You can learn more about the different projects by visiting the groups blogs:

Enrolment for September 2019

To all parents wishing to enrol a child for September 2019 we are now accepting completed enrolment forms.

Enrolment forms can be collected from the school office or downloaded from our website.

Click on the link below to download an enrolment form.


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