Personal Development workshop

Goals, vision, empowerment and change

Workshop organised by Mayo Education Centre in conjunction with              The Family Centre for Parents/Teachers


Have you found difficulty in being consistent with your goals?

Would you like to understand how to communicate more effectively?


This is the personal development seminar for those that seek awareness, understanding and change. The workshop focuses on clarifying goals and creating awareness around a vision of the future. It explores the importance of overcoming stress in modern day society, the power of neuro-linguistic programming (NLP) and discovering our true potential.

This is a workshop where the emphasis is on you and your future.

Venue:      Mayo Education Centre

Date:       Thursday 13th February 2020

Time:        7-9pm

Facilitator: Neil Shanahan works as a teacher and life coach in Dublin. He has completed a masters degree in Ecology and Religion, exploring the relationship between science and spirituality. He is a qualified (NLP) neurolinguistics programming practitioner and is passionate about personal development. His workshops focus on inspiring the goals and ambitions of the individuals who attend. Neil has an uncompromising belief in the potential of his clients and is passionate about delivering an inspired message.


Refreshments will be available – Workshop Free of Charge.

To book for this workshop, log onto Mayo Education Centre website at

or contact Mayo Education Centre at 094 9020700


Shane Martin speaks on Positive Parenting: Harnessing the ‘positive’ within children


Shane Martin speaks on Positive Parenting: Harnessing the ‘positive’ within children 

As parents, we all want our children to be happy and healthy; but sometimes we feel as though we have little real influence over them.  New scientific research reveals that happiness can be cultivated within the home and that parenting styles and practices have a tremendous effect on children’s emotional outlook on life.  By promoting some basic positive traits and harnessing their inner strengths, we can encourage our children to have a more positive view of self, others and the world.  Parenting can be challenging but also a positive and fulfilling experience.


Venue:      Mayo Education Centre

Date:       Tuesday 18th February 2020

Time:        7-9pm

Facilitator: Shane Martin

Chartered Psychologist of the Psychological Society of Ireland. He is a psychologist dedicated to teaching the very best evidence-based psychology to help people protect their mental health and enhance the quality of their lives.  Shane has been a keynote speaker at numerous conferences on a range of topics around wellbeing, positive mental health, recovery and happiness. A leader within the area of education, he has visited hundreds of educational institutions nationwide working with management teams, teachers/lecturers, students and parents.

Refreshments will be available – Workshop Free of Charge.

Workshop organised by Mayo Education Centre in conjunction with The Family Centre


To book for this workshop, log onto Mayo Education Centre website at

or contact Mayo Education Centre at 094 9020700

Christmas Shoebox Appeal Team Hope 2018

Christmas Shoebox Appeal

Thank you to all who organised and donated to the Team Hope Show box to the Shoebox appel We had a total of 81 boxes!! 


Nov. 8, 2018

Connacht Swimming Gala

Congratulations to all who participated in the Connacht Swimming Schools Competitions over the Mid term break in Athlone. Well done especially to the school team, who had both individual and team success and progress to the All Ireland's at the NAC.

Spooky Staff for a Halloween School Day

5 K walk around Clare lake took place Sunday October 14th Sunday at 12:00 

 Great to see as many of you that could make it there!

Thanks for your support and fundraising. 

The following are the winners of the Smyth's Toys Vouchers draw

2nd: Linden Carney, 3rd: Charlie Hanley, 4th: Dylan Corbett, 5th: Cillian Gallagher, 6th: Karolis Adomaitis

Thanks to Smyths for their continued support and generosity

No final figure yet but in excess of €2600


As part of our Green Schools programme also we are incorporating this walk together as a school community as an event going towards inclusion in our Green Flag for Travel award. so this means a lot more to us also this year. 

The approximate figure raised as of today was €2,300.

Many thanks to all who contributed and to pupils and parents for going around seeking support. Thanks also to the Parents' Association for their help in organising the sponsorship cards, and the walk with light refreshments for participants donated by other groups.

Congratulations to the boys who played and made up the Mini 7's Football Panel! They are now MAYO COUNTY CHAMPIONS 2017!! Well done boys, we're very proud of you!

 The result of the local area mini 7's Area 7 blitz meant victory for Claremorris BNS again!!🙂

Local Area Mini 7's competition 2017/2018  took place on Thursday the 10th of November at the Centre of Excellence, Ballyhaunis. 

 Congratulations to the 10 players on the panel and well done, they did the school and Principal Mr Loftus very proud. 

They beat Tooreen by 5 goals and 4 points, Bekan by 2 points..close one!! and Aghamore by 3 goals and 1 point. 

Comhghairdeas libh a bhuachaillí agus Maith sibh! 🙂





Mar. 15, 2017


Please note our Walk for Water took place March 16th at 11:30
Pupils and staff arranged themselves from the school and walk around via Mount Street, Dalton street and Kilcolman Road back to the school. This is part of the Green schools action plan for our Water Flag! Pupils will walk and pass bottles of water similar to a baton in a relay as symbolism of how people in developing countries especially Africa, have to walk a great distance for water, which may not always be clean, carrying it back to their families to use and another step in our Action Plan for seeking Our 3rd Green Flag for Water!

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