Congratulations to our Transition Year students on coming first place in the Webwise Internet Safety competition!! The team won the grand prize of a GoPro Camera Kit after finishing top place this national competition. Well done to all involved.
Congratulations to all of our 1st Year students who participated in our annual ‘Talent Show’ yesterday. It was thoroughly enjoyable event and the standard on display was extremely high. In the end the judges, led by Mr McHugh chose Jack Deegan as the overall winner. Sarah Keane Higgins and ‘The Seven Amigo’s’ were joint second with Sally Maaz coming in third. A special thanks to Ms Devine and the Transition Year class for all their hard work in organising this event. Please click on the ‘Read more’ tab to view a selection of images from the event.
Pictured is our fantastic new ‘Recycled Bottle-Top Wall Mural’ created by the Leaving Certificate Applied class in conjunction with Ms Lennon and the Art department. Many thanks to everyone who helped collect bottle tops for past few months to assist this project. The project aimed to increase student awareness of the importance of recycling and highlight their own role as part of our ongoing whole-school approach to tackle pollution. Please click on the ‘Read more’ tab to view the individual components that made up the final project.
The executive of the Students Council made a presentation to the Board of Management at their most recent meeting. Shauna Murray(Chairperson), Joanne Coffey(Secretary) and Chloe Ryan(PRO) outlined their priorities going forward and articulated the views of the student body expertly and eloquently. Well done ladies. Please click on the ‘Read more’ tab to view an image of the entire Student Council body.
We are delighted to share the news of the Ballyhaunis Community School students who won the All Ireland Scór set dancing title on Saturday last representing Aghamore GAA club. It is another fantastic achievment from this supremely talented group and well done to all involved.
Congratulations to our 1st Year Boys Gaelic team who defeated Roscommon Vocational School by a scoreline of 6:04 – 5:04 in the 2nd round of the Connaught League today in Bekan. ‘Man of the Match’ was Joshua Webb who scored three goals.
We are delighted to announce that work has commenced on our much anticipated, €7 million School Refurbishment project. This extensive project is expected to be fully completed within 24 months and will provide state of the art facilities for the students of BCS. The new build will result in a number of traffic layout changes, details of which will be given in due course. You can follow the progress of the refurbishment via our Website. Please click on the ‘Read more’ tab to view a selection of The artists impression images of how the new school will look. Exciting times ahead!