To mark World Book Day we are encouraging every child to bring their favourite books to school share personal reading choices and recommendations with their classmates. Each child will be given a book token for a free book which can be redeemed in Waterstones or at the School Book Fair next week.
We are delighted that local author John Farrelly will visit classes tomorrow to talk about becoming an author and introduce his latest release “Vikings”
Pupils who wish to dress as a character from a book are very welcome to do so, but it is entirely OPTIONAL and there is no charge for this non-uniform event.
We are proud to be hosting the screening of 5 short films created to celebrate the role of women in South Armagh. The screenings will be led by the 24 local women, PRONI and the Nerve Centre in partnership with the Newry, Mourne and Down District Council.
Also on display will be the artwork created by our P5 pupils to tell the story of the Old Irish Goat.
We look forward to welcoming to our celebration of film making and artwork which begins at 7pm in St Mary’s Primary School, Mullaghbawn.
Local Fireman David from Crossmaglen Fire station visited P5 to talk about fire safety in the home. David explained precautionary measures to prevent a fire in the home and the importance of having a family fire escape plan to follow in the case of a fire.
Thank you David for sharing very valuable information with us.