Vote for the Ring of Gullion

dscn67771Could we ask everyone please to give a vote to the Ring of Gullion, Partnership scheme at the link below, they are nominated for funding through the Big Lottery but success is dependent on getting as many votes as possible.

Over the past years, St. Mary’s pupils have benefited greatly from the many different projects which they have run e.g. The Townlands’ Project, The Archaeological Dig at Glassdrummond and not least this year our Wednesday afternoon Gardening Club with Alison.

As they have currently no funding and as we would like the opportunity to work with them in the future, please vote.  You can vote once using any email address and you can vote again using a different address. Likewise if you retweet your vote it counts as another vote! Every vote counts and we are into the last week for voting. So please spread the post and encourage others to vote, to help keep this great resource for our children up and running.

http://www.lotterygoodcauses.org.uk/project/ring-gullion-landscape-partnership-scheme

 

 

Maths Trail Treat

 

Summer’s coming quickly, but not to worry Primary 6 are keeping busy with a Maths Trail, set up by our Maths Co-ordinator, Mrs. O’Hagan. Lots of fun, lots of learning.Well done P6 for completing the maths and having fun at the same time. Thank you to Mrs.O’Hagan for setting up the Maths Trail.

Pictures and Post by Ena and Seona (P6)

St Mary’s Got Talent

St Mary’s pupils certainly proved that there is plenty of talent in our school!

We had comedians, magicians, singers, dancers, musicians, gymnasts and footballers who entertained a very appreciative audience  this morning.

Congratulations to our Student Council who organised a fantastic show and encouraged pupils to display their many talents.

 

 

Wildlife Exhibition

Tomorrow, Thursday 14th of June we have an exciting opportunity for everyone to learn more about our native wildlife. Jim Martin will visit the school with his “Wildlife Exhibition” and all classes Nursery to P 7 will have the opportunity to visit the exhibition and take part in workshops. The cost is £2/child and all donations towards the cost would be greatly appreciated.

Thank you in advance for your support