We ask that you take great care during Drop-off and Pick-up times at the school.
With the increased number of families we must always be vigilant and ensure the safety of both children and adults.
Consider dropping off the children and moving away to facilitate others.
If you are parking please do so away from the school gates and drop off point.
Consider using the Mass Path which has been upgraded by the local Development Association for those children who can enter school independently.
And for those children old enough, independent and close enough to the school why not walk or cycle?
Remember the safety of our children is a priority for all of us.
August 29th, 2015
We would like to welcome everyone back to school after the summer holidays.
We also welcome our 23 new Junior Infants as they begin their formal school careers, the new pupils who have joined us up the school and the new members of staff.
Class Allocation for School Year 2015/16 is as follow:
Junior Infants: Ms. Wickham
Senior Infants: Ms. Brooks
First Class: Ms. Doran
Second Class: Ms. Ring
Third/Fourth Class: Ms Whitty
Fifth/Sixth Class: Mr. McDonald
Support Teachers: Ms. Kennedy & Mr. Murphy
Shared Support Teacher: Ms. Doyle
June 26th, 2015
2015 16 Calendar
May 27th, 2015
The girls team will play Bunclody in the Roinn A semi final as Oulart beat Crannford today.
Roinn A semis:
Ballindaggin v Bunclody
Oulart v Horeswood
Details of the match to follow.
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May 26th, 2015
Each Class has begun TWEETING!
Follow us to see what we get up to here at St. Colman’s N.S.
Ms. Wickham’s Junior Infants: @JIstcolmansns
Ms. Brooks’ Senior Infants: @SIstcolmansns
Ms. Doran’s Rang 1: @R1stcolmansns
Ms. Rins’s Rang 2: @R2stcolmansns
Ms. Whitty’s Rang 3 & 4 ; @R34stcolmansns
Mr. McDonald’s Rang 5 & 6 : @R56stcolmansns
Ballindaggin girls Rackard League team played their final group game against Craanford in Coolree today. After victories against Rathnure, Loretto Gorey and Blackwater a win would have put the girls through to a Roinn A semi-final.
Ballindaggin went in 0-2 to 0-0 ahead at half time. Craanford battled back hard to level the game at 0-2 to 0-2 with ten minutes left. Craanford managed to score a goal after a period of pressure which put them ahead with five minutes remaining. The Ballindaggin girls battled hard and came close to scoring on a couple of occasions but Craanford held out in the end to top the group.
The girls now play Glynn in the Roinn A quarter final at 3pm in Monageer next Tuesday May 26th.