On Friday P5/6 visited Newry and Mourne Museum to participate in a Living History Workshop as part of their World War II topic. During the workshop pupils travelled back in time to experience life as a child in the 1940s and to learn about handling Gas Masks, Air Raid Procedures and Make Do and Mend.
Our short film shows very sad faces as P5/6 pupils were evacuated from their families just like the characters Olive and Cliff in their novel “Letters from the Lighthouse”. A big decision for pupils to decide what items to pack into a small suitcase!
What a fantastic morning Primary 3/4 had in Gardening Club. The children were very busy planting daffodil bulbs at the front of our school. We had a lovely morning learning how to get the soil ready and how to plant our bulbs correctly. It was brilliant to see the excellent teamwork from the boys and girls. Well done everyone!
Today the Nursery dressed in “Yellow” to recognise and raise awareness for those with Cystic Fibrosis. We celebrated good health and happiness and said a prayer for continuing medical advancements. Yellow a very fitting colour for Little Miss Sunshine ☀️ – Maya, you are inspirational.
The sun shone brightly on us this morning as we completed Race for Life. Such a humbling event to see such a turn out of all ages, raising money to beat Cancer. Too date we have raised over £500, thank you so much for all your generous donations.
Today P1B and Dun Dealgan National School visited Bluebell Lane as part of the Shared Education Project. We all had an absolutely fantastic day. Thank you so much to Padraig and his helpers for making our day so memorable!