School Summer Break – Office Closed July 6th – August 4th

Please note that the school will be closed from Monday 6th July until Tuesday 4th August.

The Management and staff at Ballinamore CS would like to wish our students a very happy summer break.

We would also like to thank everyone in our school community for your help, understanding and cooperation over these past few months.

We look forward to seeing everyone again in September.🤞

Online Student Registration for Calculated Grades

Please note that the Department of Education and Skills’ online portal will go live tomorrow morning Tuesday 26th May at 10am and will remain open until Thursday 28th May at 10pm. Students must register and confirm the grade that they wish to be assessed under. Click here to access the portal.

Covid-19 Updates

Online Student Portal for Registration of Calculated Grades and the Selection of Leaving Certificate Subject Level

Please note that the Department of Education and Skills’ online portal will go live tomorrow morning Tuesday 26th May at 10am and will remain open until Thursday 28th May at 10pm.

Guidance for Schools on Calculated Grades

Please click here to view the circular and guidance document pertaining to the implementation of calculated grades for the Leaving Cert.

 

A message from President Michael D Higgins to Leaving Cert Students

 

Leaving Certificate 2020 Information and Resources

Please click here to connect to Gov.ie, where you can get a full breakdown of the plans for Leaving Cert 2020

 

 

 

GAA Museum Junior Cycle Creative Writing Competition

Congratulations to second year student Aoibhinn Keegan — one of two runners up nationwide in the GAA museum’s junior cycle creative writing competition. Aoibhinn’s entry ‘A GAA Legend’ has won her a host of prizes, and an invitation to the winner’s lunch with the judging panel in Croke Park. Well done to Aoibhinn and her mentor Mr Slevin! A great achievement.

Click here  to see Aoibhinn’s essay on Croke Park’s website!

PE Expo, DCU

Well done to our 1st year students Mark Ahern & Rian Mc Manus who presented the Health Promoting Schools Team’s work excellently on the Forte Module at the PE Xpo in DCU today.

Amber Flag Walking Challenge

Today we started our 20 days of walking challenge as organised by the Amber Flag Team. This year we are focusing on the positive benefits that physical activity and fresh air have on our mental health and well-being in general. The first 50 students to complete the challenge will be rewarded with a trip to Sligo in May to climb Knocknarea. 🏃🏽‍♀️😊🌿☀