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Growing Sunflowers in 1st Class

May 4, 2021
We have been learning about the life cycle of sunflowers. Mattie helped us to plant our own sunflower seeds in April. We have put them on the window sill in…

PE Policy

April 20, 2021
St. Aidan's policy ensures that at least 5 strands are covered each year by all classes and a balanced time is given to all strands. Please see the attached policy…

Active Walkway- Feel Good Friday

April 20, 2021
All classes took part in completing the Walkway at least once between March 24th and 25th. Classes varied in how they completed the Walkway with most taking the opportunity to…

Teachers V Pupils Novelty Event

December 22, 2020
On Friday last all pupils and teachers in the school took part in a novelty Active School's event to promote physical exercise within the school in a fun way. Pupils…

Active Break Challenge 2020

December 14, 2020
  We have successfully completed our four week Active Break Challenge thanks to all  staff and pupils. Each class took part in one Active Break per day since November 16th…

Active Stars!

December 14, 2020
Our Active Star's Achievements Board consists of six Active Stars from each class throughout the school. Each week the teacher chooses the Active Stars or classmates nominate six pupils from…

It’s Christmas!

December 8, 2020
The Junior Infants have had great fun decorating our school Christmas Tree and putting up the crib over the last couple of days! It is their first Christmas in St.…

Safe Cycling Programme

October 11, 2020
Well done to 6th Class pupils who have been participating in the Safe Cycling Programme in association with Gerry Butler of Safe Cycling Ireland and Mayo Co. Co. The main…

International Week of the Deaf 2020

September 22, 2020
This week is “International Week of the Deaf 2020”. The Junior Infant class and their teacher Ms. Lee, have been very busy learning lots of new signs since starting school…

Write a Book Project

June 10, 2020
Sixth class pupils have been working hard at home completing their 'Write a Book' projects. We definitely have some budding authors in our midst. Well done to all who submitted…

5th & 6th Class Project Work

May 6, 2020
 5th & 6th class were asked to design a tourist brochure to entice visitors to a famous landmark/ tourist attraction either in Ireland or abroad. Well -done to all students on…

Active Home Week 2020

April 26, 2020
Active HOME Week (April 27th – May 3rd) National ‘Active SCHOOL Week’ takes place every April and is a really enjoyable part of the school year for many children. This year, because…

Land PAWS Water Safety Programme

March 24, 2020
3rd Class have completed the Land PAWS Water Safety Programme and 4th Class are in the process of completing it. We are currently waiting on response for certificates to show…

Cumann na mBunscol Sports Quiz 2020

February 11, 2020
Congratulations to our  6th class team who won the Cumann na mBunscol East Mayo Sports Quiz in Foxford last night, with a very impressive score of 88 out of 100…

First Class make St Brigid’s Crosses

February 10, 2020
First Class made St Bridget crosses with pipe cleaners.

Credit Union Quiz 2020

February 10, 2020
Well done to the teams from St Aidan's who participated in the Credit Union Schools Quiz in Kiltimagh on Mon 3rd Feb 2020. Congratulations to the Kiltimagh Kings who came…

Drop Everything and Dance!

February 10, 2020
  To kick off our focus on the strand of Dance for the coming two months the whole school took part in D.E.A.D (Drop Everything and Dance) at midday today.…

Spooky Stations 2019

November 4, 2019
In connection with our Active Flag renewal Spooky Stations were set up in the hall for all classes to avail of. Pupils completed a number of activities such as gathering…

Ag déanamh Brioscaí sceallaí seacláide: Rang 5 & 6

October 25, 2019
Bhíomar ag déanamh 'Brioscaí Sceallaí Seacláíde'. Bhaineamar an-taitneamh as! Brioscaí sceallaí seacláide Comhábhair 175g chupán ime 175g chupán siúcra 3 ubheacha 350g plúir 1 taespúnóg púdar bácála 1 taespúnóg salainn…