St. Mary's Secondary School, Ballina

Green Schools

Green Schools

St Mary’s is a registered Green School and a member of the Irish Environmental Conservation School Clubs.

St Marys was awarded a Green Schools Flag in May 2015 in Waste Reduction and Recycling.

We are at the moment working on our second flag which is the Energy Flag.

The Green School’s team consists of members from First year to Leaving Certificate.

It is headed by St Mary’s Green School’s Co-ordinator Ms. Wall.

All students are encouraged to participate. Students in Transition Year and Fifth year use it for the voluntary work module that is required for their Gaisce programme.

What we recycle?

In St Mary’s we recycle

  • batteries
  • mobile phones
  • printer cartridges
  • paper cardboard
  • plastic bottles
  • plastic lids (caps)
  • tin cans

The students fortnightly go down to the local town to collect batteries from the businesses whom they have formed strong links with. These batteries are sent to WEEE Ireland whom donates the money made from them to the Lauralynn Children’s Hospice. In September 2015, St Mary’s was one of two secondary schools in Ireland that was awarded a certificate, a laptop and sports equipment by WEEE Ireland for our great efforts in recycling batteries.

Feb 24
2020
Class resumes after midterm
Feb 24
2020
First Year Parent Teacher Meeting
Feb 24
2020
First Year Parent Teacher Meeting
Mar 03
2020
Fifth Year Parent Teacher Meeting
10-Feb-2020
ST. MARY’S SECONDARY SCHOOL, BALLINA PRESENTS “SISTER reACT” Wednesday February 12, Thursday, February 13 and Friday, February 14 next - Curtain up at
01-Feb-2020
Term and Mock Exam Timetables
28-Jan-2020
Well done to 6th yr student Emma Honan who represented St Mary's in the Connaught team at the Schools Interprovincial Ladies Gaelic football tournament in Kinnegad. After beating Leinster and Ulster, they lost to a strong Munster
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