Well done again to Lorcan who was a winner in the Chinese New Year Poster Competition. Lorcan celebrated at a Chinese New Year Gala Dinner hosted by the Confucius Institute at the South West Regional College in Omagh on Wednesday night.
Well done to the boys and girls in Mrs Johnston's P5D class who put on an assembly for the boys and girls in the Senior School this morning. A video of the assembly is now available to view on the Primary 5 Page.
The Primary 6 children traveled to Omagh yesterday to take part in a Chinese Cultural Day. The children took part in arts and craft activities, dressed in traditional Chinese costume and tried eating with chopsticks. Photos of the trip are now available to view on the Primary 6 page.
To celebrate the launch of the Big Bedtime Read, the nursery children came to school in their PJ's yesterday. Big Bedtime Read focuses on raising parents' awareness of the importance of reading to children and on encouraging them to read regularly to their children each night. It includes an emphasis on establishing good bedtime routines and on maximizing opportunities throughout the day to engage children in early reading experiences. More photos are available to view on the Nursery Page.
Thank you so much to all our wonderful grandparents who came to visit us today as part of our celebration of Catholic Schools Week. Photos are now available to view in the Grandparents Day gallery.
Well done to the boys and girls in P6A who put on an Assembly for the Senior School pupils this morning. A video of their Assembly is now available to view on the Primary 6 page.
Well done to the boys and girls in Primary 4A who put on an Assembly for the children in the Junior School this morning. A video of the Assembly is now available to view on the Primary 4 page.
Well done to Lorcan in Primary 6 who was a winner in the Chinese New Year Poster Competition. The children from P3 to P7 have been learning the Mandrin Chinese language and learning about Chinese culture as part of the Confucius Classrooms cultural awareness programme. Chinese New Year (the year of the rat) will be celebrated around the world on 25th January.
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