A cake sale and raffle was held on Friday to raise funds for Trocaire. Well done to all the boys and girls who baked their own buns and cakes to raise money for this worthy cause.
The completed animations "Jack grows a Beanstalk" and "Titanic" are now available to view on the animation gallery page.
Congratulations to all the boys and girls who took part in Strabane Feis over the past few weeks. The boys and girls performed very well and won lots of certificates and medals. Well done to the Junior and Senior choirs who also won awards. A slideshow of feis participants can be found in the Gallery.
The Tyrone heat of the School Choir Of The Year competition will be broadcast this Sunday on BBC Radio Ulster at 2pm. You can listen to the St Mary's Senoir Choir's entry pieces on the Arts page of our website.
Congratulations to all the boys and girls who wore green clothes and made a contribution to Trocaire on Thursday. Over £600 was raised for this worthy cause. The Primary 6 children performed a St Patrick's Day Assembly which you can see on the Primary 6 Page. The Primary 2 children also performed an assembly in the Junior School which can be seen on the Primary 2 Page.
Pupils from the senior school got to visit the Eco-Schools 20th Anniversary celebration in Magherfelt on Thursday 5th March. The three children are Jodie (P7), Ethan (P6) and Kayleigh (P5) had a brilliant day and got some great ideas for our own Eco-Schools Committee which is starting up this term. The children also got the chance to meet UTV's Frank Mitchell who was compare at the event.
St Mary's Primary School in parnership with the Nerve Centre have undertaken a number of animation projects with both the P2 and P7 pupils. The P7 pupils created several short stories about the Titanic whereas the P2 children focused on their topic of Jack and the Beanstalk.
Visit the Animation page in the Gallery to see more photos. The Animation page will also contain the finished animations once the soundtracks have been added.
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