Mol an Óige agus tiocfaidh siad! 

Praise the young and they will thrive!

20 March 2024

Book Fair in Scoil Naomh Eoin

March 20 - April 22
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Buy Books at our BOOK FAIR!!! When: Thursday 18th & Friday 19th April 2024 - 1:30pm to 3:30pm Where:  Please enter through the second door from the left at the […]

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School closes at 12 noon on the day of the Christmas, Easter and summer holidays – 22nd December, 22nd March and 28th June respectively.

Enrolling Now for September 2024

For enquiries please contact the school office 021 464 2222 or office@ballincurrigns.ie or alternatively see further information on the Enrolment page of our website.

School Buses

Bus Éireann organises the reservations of places for the Primary School Transport Scheme. For more details or to reserve your place on the bus go to the Bus Éireann web site

School Activities

The comprehensive learning and variety of activities we support gives every child the opportunity to develop their strengths and confidence. We encourage our pupils to participate, play, make friends and learn with such programs as Active Play and Lunchtime Pals. We believe whole-heartedly in our school motto – “Mol an óige agus tiocfaidh siad” (Praise the young and they will thrive)! For more information on the wide variety of activities we support please see the Activities tab on the main menu above.

World Book Day Fun!

World Book Day Fun!

Pupils enjoyed dressing as their favourite books characters to celebrate World Book Day! Pupils...

Indoor Hurling Fun!

Indoor Hurling Fun!

Mr Barry has been taking pupils from 2nd-6th class for indoor hurling training. Pupils have been...

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Welcome

Welcome to Scoil Naomh Eoin, Ballincurrig! We have a wonderful community here in Scoil Naomh Eoin where pupils, parents, staff, Parents’ Association and members of the Board of Management all work to create a positive and progressive learning environment.

Scoil Naomh Eoin is a mixed primary school. We are a school with a Catholic ethos, under the patronage of the Bishop of Cloyne and the auspices of the Department of Education and Skills, but we also have due recognition for all other religions.

Scoil Naomh Eoin is located in East Cork, in Lisgoold parish just a short distance from Midleton. We have a long history of providing an education to the children in the area. Established in 1846 we relocated to our present building in 1968, which gave us this wonderful educational space as well as a basketball court and hurling and football playing areas. The whole community joined us, September 2018, to celebrate our Fiftieth Anniversary in the present location.

See a welcome from our Principal here or have a look at our Contact Us if you would like to arrange an appointment to find out more about our school.

School Opening Hours

School starts at 9am. Junior and Senior Infants finish school at 1:40pm and all other classes finish at 2:40pm.

Morning break is at 10:45 am and lunchtime is 12:40 pm.

School Opening Hours

School starts at 9:00am. Junior and Senior Infants finish school at 1:40pm and all other classes finish at 2:40pm.

Morning break is at 10:45am and lunchtime is 12:40pm.

School Uniform

The school uniform consists of:

a royal blue jumper / cardigan,
a royal blue tie,
a light blue shirt / blouse 
charcoal grey trousers / skirt or pinafore.
School crested tracksuit /white polo t-shirt

Homework

It is the policy of the school to allot homework. The nature of the homework will vary between different classes and topics of study. Download our Homework Policy here

Late arrival and Early Collection of Students

School begins at 09:00am. Pupils are expected to be on time.  Parents/guardians must provide a note of explanation if a child needs to depart early during the school day. Parents/guardians must call to Reception when collecting a student early from the school. 

Attendance Policy

We understand that children get sick and we ask that you adhere to the school policy, that if a student is absent a note from you, the parents/guardians on the day your child returns to school, is required to explain each absence. There is a space for writing these notes, in the back of your child’s homework diary. download our Attendance Policy here