Members of the Ballyneale NS student council, Beth, Issy, Emily, Jack, James and Conor. Best of luck to them in their new roles.
5th and 6th class pupils enjoying volleyball and tennis as part of their P.E. lessons.
Congratulations to Sam O’Keeffe who won a prize from Clonmel Library as part of science week to “Design Your Green Future” in a post covid world. Sam’s idea was a shower with a built in timer to prevent water waste. Well done Sam.
The student council of Ballyneale wish to thank all the parents for their wonderful donations to The Rotary Club of Clonmel and the Irish United Nations Veterans Association Branch in Clonmel in their efforts to send basic school equipment and medical aid to the Lebanon. The student council were overwhelmed by your kind and caring supportContinue reading “Thank You”
We have decided, along with our Student Council, that this year we will try to support The Rotary Club of Clonmel and the Irish United Nations Veterans Association Branch in Clonmel in their efforts to send basic school equipment and medical aid to the Irish Army and Rotary in the Lebanon, where it will beContinue reading “Student Council Fundraiser”
Pictured are pupils Ciara and Orla Maude wearing items received from Tipperary Sports Partnership. Their mum, Angela Commins, recently entered the Tipperary Sports Partnership National Bike Week competition and the school received a number of cycling packs which were raffled among Ciara’s and Orla’s classmates.
ALONE is a national organisation that strives to enable older people to age at home, safely and securely, for as long as they wish. The organisation works with all older people, including those who are lonely, isolated, frail or ill, homeless, living in poverty, or are facing other difficulties. The school participated in this event this week andContinue reading “ALONE”
As part of the school’s recognition of Sam Bennett’s fantastic achievement in the Tour de France 2020, the Student Council held a non-uniform day Friday 25th September. Pupils were asked to wear something green – this was anything from a jersey/hoodie/jumper/tracksuit/hair grips/socks etc. A donation of 1 euro was requested per pupil. The amount raised was 200Continue reading “Barnardos Donation”
First and second class busy at Autumn art this week in school.
Wishing the Sliabh na mBan Junior Team and Management the very best of luck on Saturday 26th September as they take on Gortnahoe/Glengoole in the Junior B Championship Final. Fantastic achievement! Well done to all of you.