Fáilte Romhaibh go dtí Scoil Eoin Naofa, Ballyclough
Ballyclough National School is a mixed Primary School located in Ballyclough, Mallow, Co. Cork
National Walk to School Week
Our staff and students were out in force this morning walking to school!
Riley the dog joined us too, I wonder can we count him?
Welcome Back to all the children in Ballyclough national school.
We are delighted to see all our new Junior Infants settling in so well.
Go n-éirí le gach duine go léir agus le Cúnamh Dé, beidh bliain slán, slántiúil amach romhainn i mBaile na gCloch
Congratulations on your retirement Mrs O' Callaghan
Thank you for everything you did!
We wish you a life full of happiness.
This week we said farewell to our wonderful 6th Class!
We celebrated their time in our school with a mass and waved them off under a guard of honour.
We wish you the best of luck on your next adventure in secondary school
“You’re off to great places. Today is your day! Your adventure is waiting, so get on your way”
Sixth Class went to Dublin. We took the train and the luas to get around. We had a guided tour of The Dáil, we visited the Book of Kells and library and shopped on Grafton Street. We had the best time.
Fáilte and Welcome to our Incoming Junior Infants
We were delighted to see so many of our Junior Infants visiting us this morning here in Ballyclough.
We are really looking forward to seeing you all on August 30th!
Bain taitneamh as an Samhradh!
A fantastic day out in Killaloe with 5th and 6th Classes!
We had a ball!
Scoil Eoin Naofa supported the Linda Glassett Brosnan Memorial Event in conjunction with Cork's 96FM by holding a Jersey Day on Thursday, 19th of May. In honouring Linda's memory, the fundraiser was organised by her family to raise funds for CUH, Marymount and Breakthrough Cancer. €495 was raised and this will go towards the Giving for Living Radiothon Appeal in aid of cancer services.
In Scoil Eoin Naofa, on the same day, we raised the Green Flag for the seventh time. On this occasion, the Green Flag was for Global Citizenship, Litter & Waste. The pupils focused on global waste over the two year programme and the steps that we need to take to manage and reduce our carbon footprint.
The Green School Committee members Eimear Kelleher, Emma O'Connell, Hugh Tyrrell and Laura Kelly worked extremely hard with pupils in their classes completing excellent projects with direction from Green School's Coordinator Mrs. O'Callaghan to achieve this flag.
To conclude our very special day, third class and the Green School Committee members also planted some wildflower seeds in the garden in celebration of World Bee Day.
We have been collecting 'Save the Bees' cards in school! It didn't take us long to fill the chart!
Thank you to everyone who helped!