Well done to Mrs Devine's P7C Class on their assembly this morning on the topic of Advent. The assembly is now available to view on the Primary 7 page.
The children in Mr Donnelly's P7B put on an assembly for their peers in the Senior School this morning. The boys and girls told us all about the benifits of a healthy diet and taking exercise. A video of the assembly is now available to view on the Primary 7 page on the website.
Well done to the boys and girls in Mrs Harkin's P4B Class who put on an assembly for their peers in the Junior School this morning. The children focused on their special year ahead, on thier celebration of First Confession and First Holy Communion. A video of this mornings assembly can now be viewed on the Primary 4 page.
Registration is now open for the St Mary's P.S. 5K!
Go to www.stmaryspsmelmount.com/5kinfo for full information and to begin registration.
The PTFA have been successful in applying for matched funding from Sport NI so every penny we raise will be matched by them.
The first 10 people for each age category to register and pay will recieve a free ticket for the 5K raffle which will have fantastic prizes.
So what are you waiting for? Register now!
Mr Lafferty's P5B Class Assembly was held in the Senior School this morning, the first class assembly in the Senior School with an audience since 2020. The message of the assembly was "It's OK not to be OK" and marks World Mental Health Day which took place this week. Well done to all the boys and girls. The Assembly can be viewed on the Primary 5 page on the website.
Mr Devine's P3D class held an Assembly this morning on the theme of Back to School. For the last two years class assemblys have been virtual due to social distancing restrictions during the pandemic. So well done to the boys and girls for reading and singing in front of a big audience. The assembly is now available to view on the Primary 3 page of the website.
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