There were numbers everywhere today, helping us to spread the important message, “Speak Out, Stay Safe”. Even Buddy the NSPCC mascot made a return visit to help out.
We hope you enjoy catching a glimpse of some of the activities we were involved in around the school. Watch out for more pictures in the local papers this week.
A big thank you to family and friends for sponsoring the children in their Dance- athon and to our student teachers Miss Hearty and Miss Murphy who led all the classes through their dance moves.
Finally a big thank you to Mrs O’ Hagan our Numeracy Co-ordinator for organising the day and promoting a love of Maths with all the boys and girls.
If you have a child of pre-school age you are invited to come and view our Nursery setting on Thursday 16th January from 2pm-3pm. The Nursery staff will be present to answer any questions you may have and to assist you with your online application. Come along and see our excellent indoor and outdoor facilities, our tailored curriculum and our links with the Primary school. Experience first hand the warm and welcoming environment we take such pride in offering the community. We look forward to meeting you on Thursday.
Primary 3/4 perform I’ll tell me Ma. We enjoyed some great displays of acting, singing and dancing. We have some wonderfully talented children in Primary 3/4. We hope you enjoy our video as part of our Erasmus+ project celebrating Irish music.
Primary 3/4 enjoyed their last session of Gardening Club of 2019 today. We had a great morning planting hazelnut and apple seeds. I hope they all made it home safely! We extend our thanks to Kathleen for her great work with the children over the last few months.
Please return all sponsor cards and money as soon as possible, we cannot present prize(s) until we have cards and money returned. If cards have been misplaced, please place money in an envelope with pupil’s name and class.
Thank you in advance for your support with this important funding raising event.