Hi all, Our first active week challenge is here – ‘Toilet Roll Keepy Uppies’. The aim is to do as many kick ups as possible with a roll of toilet paper! I (Ms. O’Neill) got 4 – . Can you beat this score? We can’t wait to see how you get on! Post your nameContinue reading “Active Home Week Daily Challenge #1”
Super Troopers Stay at Home Series Laya Healthcare are offering a live health homework lesson so that everyone at home can get involved and stay active in body and in mind! There will be everything from Yoga breathing exercises and mindfulness to games, cardio movements and lots more. Healthy snacks will be discussed so kidsContinue reading “Active Home Week Ideas”
‘Active SCHOOL Week’ takes place annually and is a really enjoyable part of the school year for many children. This year, because of Covid-19 it is not possible for this to go ahead so we are inviting the families of Ballyneale NS to participate in the ‘Active HOME Week’ challenge instead. The main aim of Active WeekContinue reading “Active Home Week 27th April – 4th May”
Congratulations to all those who took part in the recent athletics event in Clonmel. Pupils competed in the 100m, 300m, Relay, Ball Throw events. The girls won the overall shield. A team competition – 5th and 6th – Girls gold and boys bronze. B team competition – 5th and 6th – Girls bronze and boysContinue reading “Clonmel Athletics”
The annual Easter Walk around the block took place today followed by an Easter egg hunt in the school grounds organised by the Parents Association. They also had an Easter Egg for every child. Thank you to all the parents who helped out and to Carolyn for knitting beautiful chicks with a little surprise forContinue reading “Easter Walk”
The annual Easter walk and egg hunt takes place Friday week the 12th April at 9.30 am. All are welcome to join on the walk on the day.
It is the last week of the Daily Mile Challenge which the pupils have been doing over the past number of weeks. The aim of the initiative is to improve the physical, social, emotional and mental health and wellbeing of children. Countries across the world participate in this challenge – http://www.thedailymile.ie Thank you to Ms.Continue reading “The Daily Mile Challenge”
Our Mile a Day challenge continues in the school for the month of March. This is part of our Active Schools Programme. Staff and pupils are walking for approximately 15 minutes at 9.20 a.m in the school grounds.
As part of our Active Schools Programme we will be starting our “Mile a Day Challenge” on Monday 4th March. Staff and pupils will walk for approximately 15 minutes at 9.20 a.m.
Cross country takes place for 3rd to 6th classes in Thurles on Wednesday the 26th of September.