This week is Anti-Bullying week. P5A held an Anti-Bullying Assembly this morning and it is now available to view on the P5 page.
Well done to Frank, Ellie, Ellie, Lillie and Enya who won prizes for this weeks Anti-Bullying Poster Competition. Also congratulations to James who won the NI Anti-Bullying Poster Competition.
Well done to Maks and Michael who won the Anti-Bullying Poster completion in the Junior School.
Also well done to Joe and Niamh who also won the anti-bullying competition.
A short video of the Road of Hope Showbox collection at the school on Friday is now available to view on the Road of Hope page on the website. Again well done to all who took part in this very worthwhile cause.
Well done to everyone who took part in the Road of Hope shoebox appeal. 445 shoebox gift packages were collected from the school today. Visit the Road of Hope page on the website for more photos.
Tom O'Dowd from Sustrans came to St Mary's on Friday to discuss the importance of wearing bright clothing when walking or cycling to school. As the clocks went back last week the mornings and afternoons are getting darker so it is important to make it as easy as possible for car drivers to see you when you are near a road.
The children presented cheques to representatives of Strabane Down Syndrome, SANAS, HURT, The Koram Centre and The Foyle Hospice earlier today. The money was raised from the recent sponsored walk. Photos of the cheque presentations are available to view on the Sponsored Walk page in the Gallery.
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