Busy Middle Term For Creagh NS
There were lots of amazing engineering-based science activities throughout the school to celebrate engineering week. Pupils got plenty of opportunities to apply their science knowledge to a wide range of hands-on challenges along with engineering-based homework activities taking place during the week - allowing many parents to got involved too!
The pupils at Scoil Muire gan Smál really enjoyed the events organised for Seachtain na Gaeilge 2022. The children had lots of activities to do - quizzes, art competitions, céilí, games and they had a chance to read books in Irish in class. There were prizes for the children who took part in the various competitions and for the students who used the most Gaeilge during the week!
There was a fantastic reception for the local heroes from the victorious Padraic Pearses club when they came to visit the school recently. With 7 past pupils on the squad, children and staff supporters of the club donned the red and white and cheers and chants echoed around the Astro-Turf area as they celebrated the clubs’ historic achievements.
Teacher and ICT co-ordinator Ms. Regina Power organised her annual St Brigid's Cross Fundraiser in aid of The Ballinasloe Social Services. This fundraising initiative is the brainchild of Ms. Power and Ms Blade and has been hugely successful over the past number of years in raising thousands of euros in support of this worthy cause. This year, Ms Power managed to galvanise staff, teachers and community alike and succeeded in planning and overseeing the production and sale of St Brigid's crosses to raise a sum of €2,713.14.
Children of all ages and a few adults too, really got into the spirit by dressing up for World Book Day in the school. There were wizards and witches, superheroes and villains, fairy tale characters and animals of all types to be seen throughout the school. Even Captain Underpants, a rather scary bandit and a really mischievous chicken managed to sneak their way into school today!!
Creagh N.S. has a long and proud tradition of taking part in the St Patrick's Day Parade. This year was no different as they entered a group with the theme of celebration, which focussed on the celebration of sport, culture, community and the environment, winning first place in the education category.
Leave a Reply.
CLICK HERE to read the Latest Ballinasloe News Articles