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.
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The Nursery have throughly enjoyed the bright Autumnal days in school, have a look at our photographs to see the adventures we have had. Our sincere thanks to our Numeracy co-ordinator, Mrs O’Hagan for organising a number treasure hunt; this was in conjunction with Maths week. It was very exciting and really gave the children the opportunity to spy numbers, shapes and colour in their immediate environment. We had lots of spooky fun in our sensory room and we finished our term with a fancy dress Halloween party. Have a safe and happy Halloween from the Nursery crew.
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!
Click on the photo to view our short film
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!
Looking forward to a great year ahead!