Back by popular demand, the Ballinamore Community School Christmas Variety Concert makes its return this December for two nights only, after a 5 year absence. Join the students and staff of Ballinamore CS as they showcase their talent and creativity in a fun-packed evening of entertainment. With over 20 acts and 200 students taking to the stage, this year’s show promises to be bigger and better than ever.
Visit www.islandtheatre.ie to book tickets
Thank you to all who made our Stand-Up Awareness Week a successful, inclusive week! All year groups had an SPHE class on terminology and the key message was about kindness and using words that heal not hurt. Everyone wore colourful outfits today for Rainbow Day and congratulations to Aisling O Brien, Sophie Allen, Evan Molyneux and Mrs Parke for the most colourful outfits. Thank you to Ms Simpson and her student helpers for co-ordinating the week’s events.
Well done to our mentors who organised a quiz for the first year students & congratulations to Colm McLoughlin, Anthony McGirl, Jack Guckian & Seanan McKernan on winning the TY/First Yr Quiz
November is the month in which we remember those we have lost. We pray for their souls and may they rest in peace.
As part of their course Leaving Cert English students with Ms Convey attended the Gaiety Production of Macbeth in Athlone today. This proved a very effective way of revising the play with a Q&A afterwards. Each student also received a revision booklet.
Congratulations to our past student Dillon Beirne, who recently won an accounting academic prize at Maynooth University.
Dillon won the KPMG award for second placed accounting student on the 1st year BA Accounting and Finance course 2022 and his prize was presented at the recent 2022 Maynooth University Accountancy Showcase by Paul Vance of KPMG.
Dillon has progressed onto the second year of the BA Accounting and Finance degree in Maynooth University and we wish him continued success during his time in Maynooth University.