Well done to the Families Together couch to 5k group who completed their second training session yesterday in preparation for the St Mary's 5K on 20th October. The group enjoyed a brisk walk/run followed by a cup of tea in the Junior School. The group continues next Thursday at 9am, new recruits always welcome! You can sign up for the St Mary's 5K by clicking here.
Congratulations to new Head Girl Cara and new Head Boy Sean Og who were elected to their positions by their fellow pupils this morning. Congratulations also to Conor and Enya who will be deputy head boy/girl. Also well done to all the Primary 7 children who gave speeches this morning seeking election. Photos of all candidates giving their speeches are available to view in the School Gallery.
A huge welcome to our new Primary 1 pupils who have now all taken their place in school. The boys and girls are settling in really well, making new friends and learning new things. Photos of our new Primary 1 pupils are now available to view in the School Gallery.
St Mary's are organising a 5k run and 1k fun run on Saturday 20th October 2018. Registration is now open by clicking on the link HERE or on the home page on the website. If you wish to fill out a paper registration form these will be available from the school office from tomorrow. Registration costs £7 per adult or £3 per child. £20 family registration is also available, this can be paid in the school office or on the day of the run. In preparation for the 5k St Mary's P.S. Parenting Group will be hosting training sessions on Thursday mornings in the Junior School. The first session will take place this Thursday 13th September at 9.00am followed by tea/coffee and refreshments. Everyone is welcome to take part.
The P2 Children enjoyed a trip to Melvin yesterday. Photos are available to view on the Primary 2 page.
Congratulations to all our Nursery pupils who graduated last week. We look forward to seeing you all in P1 in September. A video of both graduation ceremonies is now available to view on the Nursery Page.
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