The latest issue of the newsletter went home with the children on Thursday. A digital copy is available for download from the newsletters page of the website.
Congratulations to the P4 boys and girls who recieved certificates following their Spanish lessons this year.
The new school garden was officially opened today by Environment Minister Mark H Durkan check out the school garden page for photos.
The Hugh Kelly Cup is in its second year after being introduced in 2013 to commemorate the passing of Sigersons' honorary president Hugh Kelly. The winners then were St Mary's who again this year contested the final against Barrack Street Primary School . The match was a truly thrilling encounter with the two schools matching each other score for score throughout the game. Some fantastic football was played in a very competitive and tense game which saw Barrack Street score the winning point in the dying seconds of the game. St Mary's pupil Ronan McGinley collected the player of the tournament for catching the eye of Tyrone player Dan McBride in the earlier rounds of the tournament. Well done to all who took part.
A slideshow of the sports day medal winners has been added to the gallery.
The PTFA held a Summer Fair in the grounds of the Junior School on Friday evening. The event was well attended and thankfully the weather held out. The school would like to thank everyone who helped out in organizing and staffing the event. Photos of the Summer Fair can be found in the Summer Fair page in the Gallery.
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