Speech and Drama classes are currently taking place in Ballindaggin Community Hall on Tuesdays at 1 45 for Infants and 2 45 for 1st to 6th class students. This term will continue until Tuesday June 18th and places are still available. So if anyone would like to join us please contact Elaine on 086 1691040.
Castledockrell Players will present “The Wake” in Ballindaggin Hall
on Thursday May 30th 2013.
Entrance fee is €6 for Adults and €3 for Children.
The show begins at 8pm.
Your support would be greatly appreciated
National Parents Council Primary (NPC) Presents
An Information Session for Parents on Bullying
A practical talk which gives parents information and support on
the issue of bullying in schools
If you are a Parent of a primary school child and would like to find out more, then this evening’s talk is a must!
Áine Lynch, CEO of NPC, will help you support your child in dealing with Bullying issues.
There will also be information on the Wexford County Branch and National Parents Council Primary, highlighting how we support parents to be active participants in their children’s educational lives. It is important that the parents of Wexford continue to be represented at a national level so this is your opportunity to get involved.
If you are interested in attending or would like further details please contact Michelle in the NPC office, email: email@example.com or telephone: 01 8874488
All parents of primary school children welcome
(Please note this talk is not suitable for children)
Parents’ Curry Night has been cancelled for Friday June 7th as it is the annual pattern in St. Colman’s Parish.
We will reschedule and keep you posted!
Open Education Forum
An Open Education Forum will be held in the Riverside Park Hotel,
Enniscorthy on Monday May 27th at 8.00 p.m. Guest speakers on the
night will be John Lonergan, former Governor of Mountjoy Prison;
Averil Power, Fianna Fáil Seanad Spokesperson on Education and Skills;
Joe Collins, Head of Lifelong Learning in Carlow I.T. and Pat Goff,
Principal of Scoil Mhuire, Coolcotts, Wexford who will speak on
various aspects of education.
There will be an opportunity to meet the speakers over light
refreshments at the end of the evening.
This meeting will be of interest to all those with an interest in
education, parents, teachers, students, and will cover topics such as
‘The Importance of Education’;
‘Education Reform – Education and the new Junior Certificate Syllabus’;
‘Third Level Education’ and
‘Disabilities and Primary Education’.
Admission is free and all are welcome to attend.
This event is being hosted by County Wexford Fianna Fáil. For
information contact organising Committee Chairman, Councillor Tony
Dempsey on 0872754031.
Our busy final term is underway with lots to look forward to.
The Girls’ Camogie team have begun their campaign in Roinn A with a win over Bunclody.
The Boys’ Hurling have also started well in Roinn C beating Kilmuckrige and Marshalstown in their first two games.
The Senior Classes took part in the FAI 5 Aside Schools Blitz with the Girls winning through to the next round which will be held in Arklow on Thursday May 2nd.
Tag Rugby continues each Wednesday for 4th, 5th and 6th Class with Ross Barbour.
Wexford County Board Hurling Coaching takes place in the school for 1st – 6th Class in May and June.
We continue on our mission towards the Active School Flag and are planning a “Spring into Summer” Walk. we are using this exercise to help us to raise funds for the school.
May and June will also see Aileen Lambert work with us at school in conjunction with the Heritage Council. She will share with us her talent and love for traditional singing.
This year for our School Concert we will presenting the show “The Pied Piper”. All children from the school will be involved and we hope to stage the show on two nights June 19th and 20th.
Standardised Tests will be administered in the school during the last week in May 27th – 31st and End of Year Reports will be issued during the second week of June.
So, you see, a busy term! But we will get there…Is féidir linn!
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