Congratulations to our new Head Boy; Dara, our new Head Girl; Cassie and our Deputy Head Boy; David, and our Deputy Head Girl; Clara who were elected by their peers this morning. Well done to all the boys and girls who put themselves forward for election. The speeches of the successful candidates are now available to view on the Primary 7 page.
The School Calendar has been updated and is now available to view or download from the Calendar page on the school website.
School finishes today at 12 Noon. We would like to wish our P7 children well in their transition to secondary education, photos of the P7 residential trip to the East Coast Adventure Centre are now available to view on the P7 page. The primary 3 children also enjoyed a trip to the Ballycolman Nursery this week, photos are available to view on the Primary 3 page. We would like to wish all our children and their families a happy and relaxing summer break, we will see you all back at school on Monday 2nd September.
Congratulations to all of our Nursery pupils who graduated from Nursery Today! A short video of the graduates is now available to view on the Nursery Page.
Well done to all the children in the Junior School who picked up awards at our annual prizegiving ceremony this morning. Photos of the prize winners are now available to view on the prizegiving page.
Well done to all the children in P3B who put on an assembly for the Junior School children this morning. A video of the assembly is now available to view on the Primary 3 Page.
Huge congratulations to all the children who collected an award at the Senior School Prizegiving ceremony this afternoon. More photos and details can be found on the Prizegiving page on the website.
Well done to all the boys and girls in the Junior School who took part in Sports Day today. Lots more photos available to view in the Sports Gallery.
Our Primary 1 children became Civil Engineers for the day when the girls from the Institute of Civil Engineers came to St Mary's today to explain what civil engineering is and helped them to build their own structures using cocktail sticks and gumdrops. Some gumdrops may have went missing during construction! More photos are available to view on the Primary 1 Page.
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