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Project work in 2nd class

2nd class have been busy researching and learning new facts about various countries. They have really enjoyed presenting their projects to the class and at assembly. Well done rang a dó!

Road outside school to be salted from Monday!

As you are all aware, this year a group of parents campaigned to get the road outside our school made safer. This was completed in time for our return to school in September, which was greatly appreciated by everyone. Since last year, one of our parents campaigned to have the road outside and leading to […]

Kildare Ladies visit Rang a Sé

  As part of our Science Blast project on Gaa Skills, three members of the Kildare Senior Ladies football team visited us on Tuesday. We were so excited to meet the girls and ask them questions for our project. We couldn’t believe how lucky we were to have such superstars in our classroom!!! Trina Duggan, […]

National Parents Council Talk “Technology – Preparing Children for the Future”

The National Parents Council are offering a FREE TALK about “TECHNOLOGY – PREPARING CHILDREN FOR THE FUTURE”.  The Parents and Teachers at Ballysax are currently researching the market for the best technology that our children can use in school going forward.  This will be funded by some of the funds which the PTA has raised […]

Some very moving but beautiful charcoal sketches as a response to our latest book on Anne Frank.

Anne Frank Art

4th class produced some beautiful but moving charcoal images from our latest book study ‘The story of Anne Frank’.

Friends For Life in Rang a Sé

Sixth Class are completing a fantastic SPHE program for the month of January called “Friends for Life”. Ms Jones is helping us with this program which is designed to teach us helpful skills and techniques to overcome anxiety and build resilience.  These are important skills to have, especially for next year when we go to […]

Santa Visited Our School

The PTA would like to thank Patricia Reid for inviting Santa to come and visit our school on Friday, 21st December 2018. Santa delivered a small treat for each child. Everybody really enjoyed his visit.