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Congratulations to St Aidan’s Boys Team who defeated Quay School, Ballina in the Division 1 semi- final in McHale Park, Castlebar today. Well done everybody. We wish you the very best of luck in the final, which will be held in McHale Park ...

We had a very successful and fun filled Active Week here in St. Aidans from May 7th-10th. In order to maintain and apply for our new Active Flag a number of criteria had to be successfully met through organisation and engagement with the ASF ...

5th and 6th Classes travelled to Ballintubber Abbey on Tue and Wed this week to attend a retreat as part of their preparation for the sacrament of Confirmation . Both classes enjoyed learning about the history of the abbey as well as engaging ...

We were delighted today with the delivery of a lovely new Buddy Bench, which was arranged by the Parents Association and sponsored by Declan Foley – Designwest Kiltimagh. Thanks to Jodie Durkin for making the bench and to Louis Heneghan ...

Well done to our Girls and Boys Teams who took part in the regional section of the Cumann na mBunscol competition at the Centre of Excellence in Bekan today. Congratulations to the Boys Team who progressed to the quarter finals to be held later ...

The pupils of 4th Class have created a survey as part of the Active School’s initiative and analysed their findings based on what clubs the children in St. Aidan’s take part in. The pupils visited each classroom and took a show of ...

Our Active School’s Committee are always looking for support from outside our school. In order to gain information on areas of support we can access we have contacted ; The Mayo Sport’s Partnership The HSE Health Promotion Officer ...

    Today we had an Active School’s meeting with our committee to inform them that we have started the new application for the renewal of our Active flag. We reminded them of the role the committee play and what has been ...

t The Spar 5-a-side Soccer inter-schools tournament took place in Kiltimagh Knock Utd soccer grounds on Thurs 23 March 2019. St Aidan’s entered two boys teams and one girls team (from 5th and 6th Classes). Our pupils had a most enjoyable ...

3rd class studied County Meath in SESE recently. We found out lots of things about the county. We created an individual county crest depicting various aspects of ‘The Royal County’ on each one.