Category Archives: Student Council

New Student Council Elected

We wish our newly elected Student Council members a successful year ahead as they develop their leadership and teamwork skills by representing their fellow students.
📷Back Row-(L-R) Harry Prior, Blessed Ncube, Leah Guckian, Stella McGirl, Ella Adams, Sean McTeigue, Maria Navadze Front Row- (L-R) Eva McKenna, Megan McCauley, Ava Gaffney, Alannah Archbold & Ella-Grace Kinsella.

New Student Council Elected

Congratulations to the newly lected members of the student council for 2022/2023. Wishing them all the best in what promises to be an eventful year in Ballinamore CS

Student Council 2022/2023

Ross Donohoe

Eva McKenna

Liam Meehan,

Brian Halstead

Eadaoin McTague

Romy McAllister

Zead Mahomed

Riain McManus

Dearbhla O’Connell

Oisin Quinn

Blessed Ncube

Darren wrynne

Colman Mkindi

 

HAVE AN ECO-FRIENDLY CHRISTMAS AND AN ENERGY SAVING NEW YEAR

This Christmas, the Green Schools team and the Student Council are encouraging everyone to have a Merry and an Eco-friendly Christmas. They have produced a Christmas card which has a range of Energy saving tips especially for Christmas time. Feel free to forward the Christmas card to family and friends as often as you like to wish all a happy Christmas and to keep the environment in mind during the festivities. Ballinamore CS is in the process of working towards our 7th Green Flag which involves Energy Conservation and Global Citizenship.
Green Schools Committee and Students Council

Unsung Hero

Massive congratulations to first year student, Francis Flynn, who won the Unsung Hero award at the 2019 leitrim Sports Star Awards which took place in Lough Rynn Castle Saturday 23rd November. Francis is pictured with his fans, Mr McCaffrey, first year team coach, Mr Duignan and First year year head, Mrs Coyle. Well done Francis!

Stand Up Week

Stand Up Awareness Week is a time for second-level schools in Ireland to join us and take a stand against homophobic, biphobic and transphobic bullying. As a school community, we show solidarity with our LGBTI+ friends and family.

Christmas Jumpers Day 2016

As part of a very successful fundraiser for St Vincent de Paul, students wore Christmas jumpers to school. Prizes were awarded for the most impressive offerings and Austin Quinn was presented with the funds raised. Student council member, Kate Reynolds also sealed a time capsule as part of our 1916 centenary celebrations. The capsule is not due to be opened until 2066!

Christmas Jumpers Day 2016 from Ballinamore Community School on Vimeo.