Our First Annual Family 5K Fun Run/Walk will be held on Sunday May 27th.
Registration is from 12:00pm outside the school.
The race will start at 12:45pm.
We are encouraging all adults and children of Ballindaggin NS to participate in the fun run/walk.
Children are free and adults are €10.
All money raised will go towards the painting of the school and new floors being fitted during the Summer holidays.
First male adult across the line will get €50
First female adult across the line will get €50
Refreshments will be served in the Community Hall afterwards
All support greatly appreciated
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Congratulations to Niamh, Caitlin, Lucy and Jessica from 6th Class who got word today that they have made it through to the final of the ECO UNESCO Young Environmentalist Awards.
Check out their blogs below to see the hard work that got them to the final.
Well done girls!!!!
We have been doing lots of Science and STEM activities all year here in Ballindaggin NS.
We have applied for the Discovery Primary Science award and really hope that we are successful!
Please check out our Discovery Primary Science blog by clicking the link below.
There was huge excitement on Monday morning, as pupils arrived at school donned in their P.E. attire looking forward to a week packed with activities!
As you may know our whole school community has been working hard towards it’s fourth Green Flag this year and last.
We can now tell you that everyone’s efforts have been rewarded as the school has been awarded it’s fourth Green Flag for Travel.
A massive congratulations and thank you to everyone from the school community that participated in walking to school, car pooling, cycling and park & stride.
A particularly big thank you and congratulations to Miss Brooks who has coordinated all the efforts of the Green School Committee and Green School Activities over the last number of years.
Well done all and keep up the park and stride and walking to school.
Conor Mc Donald
Huge well done to our four 6th Class pupils who recently participated in the semi-finals of the ECO UNESCO Young Environmentalist competition in Dublin. A big thank you to Ms. Whitty too who organised and coordinated the entry and lead and coached the girls in the setting up of their projects and presentations. We are awaiting the results to see will the girls make the final. Fingers crossed!!