Monthly Archives: June 2018
Goodbye and Good Luck to our 6th class boys and girls who are leaving Ballycullane N.S. for secondary school. We hope you enjoyed your time here with us and learned lots not only in your subjects but about yourselves. Best of luck, we’ll miss you!
Well done to all the boys and girls who received their attendance awards on the last day of term! We had four girls who never missed a day this past school year – Go Girls!
Wexford Senior hurler Matthew O’Hanlon called by on Tuesday 26th to tell us about his hurling summer camp. It’s running in the following venues:
The first camp is on the 23rd to the 26th of July in the Faythe Harriers Club, and then Coláiste Abbain, Adamstown, host the second camp from the 7th to the 10th of August.
Click Here for more information!
An ‘old’ friend of Ballycullane N.S. popped in to visit us the other day with her team mates from St Leonard’s F.C. As you can see she’s done very well for herself! Well done Jennah, it was great to see you!
Last week we found out what an incredible amount of talent we have in our little school when we decided to run Ballycullane’s Got Talent! We were treated to a variety of top class singing, dancing, rapping, keyboard playing and gymnastic display. The teachers has the toughest job picking finalists and then it was up to the kids to cast their vote for their favourite act in a secret vote.
A very well done to Aed who was the overall winner!
The boys and girls of 4th – 6th class went on their school tour to the Hook Lighthouse, Loftus Hall and Tintern Abbey on Thursday 21st June. They made art on slates at the Hook and visited the lighthouse. After that they went for a scare in Loftus Hall followed by lunch at Tintern Abbey and a tour of the Abbey itself. A great day was had by all!
The children from Junior Infants to third class went to Woodfield House in Oylegate for their school tour.
There they played, worked with their hands, made things and had harmless low impact fun – They made giant bubbles, did pavement drawing, participated in buttermaking, played bodhran (very loudly!) , milked cows. and listened to Mrs Flowers tell stories.