Children from Ms. Ryan’s 1st and 2nd classes made their First Holy Communion on the 5th May in Ballycoog Church. Fr. Byrne celebrated Mass and music was provided by the school choir and our Music Generation tutor, Karen Johnston. It was a lovely occasion with families enjoying refreshments in Ballycoog Community Hall after the ceremony, […]
We will host an Easter Family Fun and Open Day on Saturday 6th April 2019. All welcome. There will be a bouncy obstacle course, Easter Egg Hunt and lots more to entertain children for all ages. Families can enjoy our beautiful school grounds including fully equipped playground, open green space and sports equipment. Staff of […]
We are delighted to receive an ICT grant of just under €3,000 this month from the Department of Education and Skills. The school will invest this money in replacing some older laptops and by purchasing additional laptops for our students. Our goal is for every student to have access to a laptop to enhance their […]
There was great excitement when Wicklow Hurling Champions, Warren Kavanagh and Martin O’Brien, arrived at the school with the Division 2B Cup on 26th March 2019. The players answered some very interesting questions from the students. Best question came from 1st class pupil, Kitty, who asked; “Can you drink out of the cup?” 🏆 Everyone […]
We had a very productive Spring Clean together with parents and members of the community on 21st March. We collected bags and bags of rubbish to keep our Pure Mile spotless 🚮 Afterwards the children and volunteers enjoyed some well-earned sustenance of sausage rolls and scones ☕
We celebrated World Book Day at school by holding our annual Scholastic Book Fair and a day of book-ish fun, organised by Ms. Whelan. The children dressed up as their favourite book character and they enjoyed a book quiz and a Bear Hunt in the school gardens. The children spent their World Book Day vouchers […]
Once again this year, some of our running club members took part in the Wicklow Athletics Trail Run in Avondale House, Rathdrum. We are very proud of their hard work and determination. The children and Ms. Ryan had a very enjoyable morning of running.
The children were given a photograph of a Ballycoog cow, taken by the Pure Mile Project and invited to draw/paint/sketch their own artistic impression of the cow. Local artist, Eoin O’Connor, kindly agreed to judge the competition. Congratulations to our worthy winners.
The Board of Management is delighted to fund a term of Spanish lessons for all students of the school. Native speaker, Blanca, came once a week for 5 weeks to do a 30 minute lesson with each of the classes. The children learned lots of Spanish through song and dance. All agreed that it was […]
The students will perform a Christmas Concert in Ballycoog Community Hall on Friday 22nd December. Parents and members of the community are invited to attend and enjoy this festive occasion. The students will also visit two local nursing homes to perform their Nativity play and to sing Christmas carols for the residents on Monday 18th […]