21

Number of schools with current ASF status

13

Percentage of schools with ASF status

ASF remains valid for a period of 3 years.  Schools awarded with the flag in 2018/2019 are invited to re-engage with the initiative during 2021/2022 to maintain their ASF status.

2021/2022

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2020/2021

Clogher NS, Clogher, Claremorris, Co Mayo (2nd Flag)
Corclough NS, Corchloch, Beal An Mhuirthid, Co Mhaigh Eo
Foxford Central NS, Foxford, Co Mayo  (2nd Flag)
Kilmurry NS, Crossmolina, Co Mayo  (3rd flag)
Kiltimagh Central (St Aidan’s NS), Kiltimagh, Co Mayo  (2nd Flag)
Robeen Central NS, Hollymount, Co Mayo  (2nd Flag)
Scoil Naisiunta Balla Aluinn, Balla, Co Mayo
SN Inbhear, Barr Na Tra, Beal An Atha, Co Mhaigh Eo (3rd flag)
SN Naomh Iosef, Cong, Co Mayo  (2nd Flag)
SN Tamhnighan Fheadha, Charlestown, Co Mayo
SN Tighearnain Naofa, Via Crossmolina Po, Ballina, Co Mayo
St John’s NS, Logboy, Tulrahan, Claremorris, Co Mayo

The ASF programme was interrupted due to COVID-19 school closures

2019/2020

The ASF programme was interrupted due to COVID-19 school closures

2018/2019

Cloonlyon NS, Charlestown, Co Mayo (3rd flag)
Gaelscoil Na Cruaiche, Br. An Chúrsa Gailf, Cathair Na Mart, Co Mhaigh Eo (3rd flag)
Gaelscoil Na Gceithre Maol, Aonad 3, Páirc Gnó, Bóthar Cill Álla
Lacken NS, Carrowmore – Lacken, Ballina, Co Mayo
SN Achaidh An Ghlaisin, Beal An Mhuirthead, Co Mhaigh Eo
SN Athracht Nfa, Charlestown, Co Mayo
SN Gort Sceiche, Annefield, Hollymount, Co Mayo
SN Mainistir Muigheo, Lehanagh, Mayo Abbey, Claremorris, Co Mayo
St Anthony’s Special School, Humbert Way, Castlebar, Co Mayo (3rd flag)

ALL schools (new applicants and renewal schools) working towards the Active School Flag during 2021-2022 are advised to attend the ASF training events that are scheduled during the year.