Mr McBride's P7B class put on a "healthy lifestyle" assembly for the Senior School children this morning. Well done to all the boys and girls, a video of the assembly is now available to view on the Primary 7 Page.
A huge thank you to all the boys and girls who provided a shoe box present for the Road of Hope Appeal. Yet again there has been a fantastic response from the St Mary's School community with 535 shoe boxes collected. A video of the children loading the collection van is now available to view on the School Gallery. Thank you all for your generosity.
Well done to Mrs Collins' P4C 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 4 page.
The deadline for Road of Hope Shoe boxes is Tuesday 12th November. Well done to all the boys and girls in Mrs Devine's/ Mrs McHugh's P7C class put on an assembly for the children in the Senior School focusing on the work of this charity, which is now available to view on the Primary 7 Page.
Key Stage 1 Gaelic coaching in partnership with Strabane Sigersons GAA began this week. The children have enjoyed honing their skills and having fun. More photos of today's session with P3B are available to view on the Sport page on the website.
The children in Mrs Collins' P4C class took part in the Strabane Ethnic Community Association Diwali Celebration in St Pat's Hall this morning. Well done to the boys and girls in representing the school. More photos are available to view on the Primary 4 page.
Have a happy Halloween break everyone and remember to stay safe when you are out and about. Many of the boys and girls got dressed up today and their photos are available to view in the school gallery. The boys and girls will return to school on Monday 4th November.
The Winter Menu for the school canteen is now available to download from the canteen page. The Winter Menu begins on Monday November 4th.
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