The school netball team will progress to the runners up final on the 1st May having finished runners up in the North West League. The girls took part in a mini league with girls from Primary 6 this morning with members of the winning team receiving an Easter egg. Well done to all the girls who took part.
Well done to all our primary 3 children who have successfully completed the paired reading programme. The boys and girls received certificates today from Literacy Coordinator Mrs Anderson.
Our Primary 4 children got dressed up and went to the Ulster American Folk Park on Friday. The boys and girls are currently learning about "School Long Ago" and got some first hand experience of what life was like in the olden days! More photos are available to view on the Primary 4 page.
The boys and girls in Primary 5C put on an assembly for the children in the senior school this morning. Well done to all the boys and girls, a video of the assembly is now available to view on the Primary 5 page.
The primary 2 children enjoyed a trip to Mellon Fun Farm yesterday where they got to pet lots of animals and play in the park. More photos are available to view on the Primary 2 page.
It was the turn of the Senior School to complete their sponsored walk this morning. Well done to all the boys and girls who took part. Thank you to all who sponsored our children and all those parents who accompanied the children on the walk. More photos of the Senior School sponsored walk are now available to view on the Sponsored Walk Page.
Well done to the boys and girls in P3A 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 3 page.
The sun shone brightly on the pupils in the Junior School and Nursery as they took part in the Sponsored Walk today. Thank you to all who sponsored the children and all the adults who came along to help out. More photos are available to view in the Sponsored Walk Gallery.
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