On a cool, calm Spring morning our cross country teams from primary 4 to primary 7 participated in the Carrickmore cross country event. Conditions were perfect as each year group set about their challenge with a superb effort. Everyone received a medal for their efforts. Well done boys and girls, we are very proud of you! More photos of the team are available to view on the sport page in the gallery.
Well done to the boys and girls in Mrs Kennedy's P2A class 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 2 Page.
Well done to all our children and parents that took part in Families Connect over the last 8 weeks. The programme focused on supporting parents and children to learn together in the areas of literacy, numeracy and emotional development. Today was their last day and the group had a party to celebrate the successful completion of the programme.
Thank you to all the children who came to school in their PJs today and contributed to the Trocaire Lenten Campaign. More photos of the children are available to view on the School page in the Gallery.
Our Primary 4 children received certificates from Mr McLaughlin this afternoon to recognise their efforts during the Paired Maths Programme which the children completed recently. Well done to all the boys and girls!
The children came to School wearing the colour green today as part of our St Patricks Day celebrations. Singer Songwriter George Murphy entertained the boys and girls with a selection of traditional Irish Music, Songs and stories. In The Junior School Mrs O'Donnell played a selection of Irish tunes on the Harp and well done to our Irish Dancers who also took to the floor to entertain the boys and girls. A short video of todays events is now available to view in the School Gallery. Enjoy the St Patrick's Day break and see you all back at school on Tuesday!
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