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A Graduation to make the history books

On Wednesday 17th of June, sixth class gathered for the last time to celebrate the end of their primary school life but in a very unique way. For the first time in the history of Ballysax, we held a virtual celebration via Zoom. We are really happy to report that all went well and it […]

Fantastic work from Rang a Sé during school closure

I am so proud of my 6th class for the huge effort they have put into their work at home since we closed on March 12th. The work they have submitted to me via email and Seesaw has been nothing short of phenomenal. Over the past few weeks we have been learning about topics such […]

Building a Church

Junior and Senior Infants were given the challenge to draw or build a church with all the important features. Here are some of their creations:

Coronovirus, a Book for Children

https://www.dropbox.com/s/ozvh8hgmgwopdm4/Coronavirus-ABookForChildren.pdf?dl=0 This booklet is a great resource for parents, guardians and anyone in contact with children, to help explain about coronovirus and the restrictions we are supporting to keep each other safe. It is illustrated by Axel Scheffler, who is also well known for illustrating the Gruffalo books.

Budding journalist in 2nd class!

Check out this wonderful piece that Faith from 2nd class wrote for the Business Post yesterday. Faith writes about both the difficulties and importance of social distancing in a realistic and empathetic manner but also with a positive message and outlook. Well done Faith. we are very proud of you and all the boys and […]

DOGS TRUST

Dear students, We received this notice from Dog’s Trust and some of you may be interested in entering the short story competition. DOGS TRUST I hope this finds you well. I know the past few weeks have been challenging for your school and your students. The Dogs Trust Education team really miss delivering our workshops […]

Community Games

It's time for another Quiz in association with FolensTime to find out if you are smarter than a 14 year old! There's… Posted by Community Games on Wednesday, April 15, 2020

First Class are busy at home

First Class are keeping busy at home learning all about transport. They have been using their imagination to make a bridge and here are some of their ideas.                                                       […]

First Class are busy at home

            Sophie has been keeping herself very active while at home, getting lots of fresh air, planting seeds and she decided to use her gymnastics skills to create her ‘Make a Bridge’ project. Well done Sophie and looking forward to seeing your flowers when they grow!