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School Notes 19/09/2020

Leaving Certificate Graduate Class of 2020:
The staff of Ballymahon Vocational School extends every good wish to the Leaving Certificate class of 2020 as their new path falls into place. The boys and girls of this year are an exceptional group of young people who excelled in all facets of school life, both academically and in the diverse range of extra-curricular activities enjoyed throughout the school. These students contributed immensely to Ballymahon Vocational School over their time with us during the past five or six years and they have been wonderful ambassadors for the school. Fantastic role models for our younger students, the Leaving Certificate Class of 2020 epitomised the very spirit of our school at the many sporting events, musical performances, talent shows, BT Young Scientist Exhibitions and a whole host of other competitions where they represented the school admirably in the wider community. We wish each one of you every success in your future professional, academic and personal lives. Remember our door is always open to you should you need support or advice as you venture on to next exciting phase of your journey. Go n-éirí an t-ádh libh go léir!

Jack(pictured left) is excited to pursue further study in the area of Physical Sciences at Trinity College, Dublin.
Grace is excited to pursue further study in the area of Law and Criminology at the National University of Ireland, Maynooth.

County Final: Commiserations to the Carrickedmond Ladies and in particular to the girls in our school who put up a great game of football last week. We were cheering for you all!!

National Ploughing Championships: This week we should be at the National Championships. However, the Covid 19 restrictions have prevented this from taking place. We look forward to attending in 2021!!

Tidy Towns: Many thanks to all in the Ballymahon Community who work so hard to keep Ballymahon looking so well and highly maintained. We really appreciate all your hard work and we thank you for keeping our town so well maintained.

Thought for the Week: “The most important thing in life is to stop saying ‘I wish’ and start saying ‘I will’. Consider nothing impossible, then treat possibilities as probabilities”.(Charles Dickens)


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