Congratulations to all our Prize Winners presented tonight with their prizes in the Slieve Gullion Credit Union, Art Competition. We think you will agree, that their entries were worthy winners…well done everyone!
Well done to both of the St Mary’s pupils who represented their school, club and families at half-time in the Armagh -v- Fermanagh NFL game at the weekend in Crossmaglen.
Well done to the 21 pupils from P6 and P7 who entered into the Environmental Youth Speak competition for 2019. The theme was, “A Day in the Life of an Eco-Warrior.”
All of the pupils and staff in attendance were blown away by the stage presence, standard of delivery and the content of the speeches. The children demonstrated great courage by getting up on stage in front of a packed assembly hall.
The winning entrant will be the pupil who has the highest combined score for their content and presentation, which are marked in equal measure. Their name will be revealed in school tomorrow and we wish them luck ahead of the Newry, Mourne & Down DC Final in Downpatrick next Tuesday.
There were some fantastic costumes in P7 for World Book Day 2019, well done to all. As well as having literacy workshops with Ann Garvey, the children in P7 and P6/7 also tuned in to the BBC Teach Live Lesson on World Book Day. The pupils thoroughly enjoyed it and submitted photos and answers to the many questions via email during the live feed. This followed on from another great day earlier in the week, when author Declan Carville visited our school.
Big excitement today for the 1st week of St Mary’s annual 50/50 Draw!
Congratulations to P5/6 pupil Eimear who won the £120 prize! Eimear is pictured with her mammy and Mrs Byrne.
Thank you to all pupils who were busy selling tickets right up to draw-time. Tickets will be on sale again Tuesday morning.
Many thanks to Ann Garvey for coming in to school today to facilitate some public speaking workshops for Primary 7 and Primary 6 pupils, who are busy preparing their entries for the 2019 St Mary’s Environmental Youth Speak competition. The children were delighted to receive some tips in the art of public speaking from Ann Garvey, who is an expert in her field.
Pupils have been enhancing their literacy skills through this Eco Schools activity. This project will also incorporate ICT, as the children will submit their work through their Google Classroom.
There is great excitement building now with just one week to go to the big event. The winner will then go forward to represent St Mary’s at the Newry, Mourne & Down DC Final later in the month.
One P6 pupil couldn’t wait to get home, to complete his World Book Day Quiz!
Good luck to all our KS2 pupils who have the quiz as homework tonight. Remember if you want to win a book of your choice, from next week’s Book Fair, submit your answers to your Google Classroom, or as your Teacher has asked you to. There will be one winner chosen from each KS2 class. Which book would you choose?
Good luck everyone!