Pictured above winners of the Internet Safety poster competition. The winning posters can be viewed on the Internet Safety Page. Just click the big red button at the bottom of every page on the website.
Congratulations to Aimee Louise who won first prize in the P4 Internet Safety Poster Competition. The runners up were Shania, Enya and Conor. The competition was held to mark Safer Internet Day. For more information about keeping safe online visit the Internet Safety Page by clicking on the big red internet safety button at the bottom every page of the school website.
Paired Maths 2016
Congratulations to the Primary 4 children (and their parents) on the successful completion of the Paired Maths programme. The children received their certificates at Assembly this morning.
Congratulations to the Junior School children who cycled or walked to school on Thursday as part of the Sustrans Active Travel Breakfast. Photos of this and the Senior School event on Wednesday are available to view on the main Gallery page.
Sustrans Active Travel Breakfast
Congratulations to all the children in the Senior School who took part in the Sustrans Active Travel Breakfast. Over 100 children walked or cycled to school, helping to ease the traffic congestion on the Melmount Road. A draw was held for all children who participated, the winners are pictured above with Michele Murphy Sustrans Schools Officer.
Lego After schools Club
The first Primary 7 after schools Lego club has now come to an end after 4 weeks. It will continue with the other P7 classes this term. Congratulations to all the children who took part. More photos can be seen in the main gallery.
The latest edition of the newsletter was sent home with the children yesterday. A digital copy is available on the newsletters page.
Catholic Schools Week
Congratulations to the boys and girls who won prizes in the colouring competition as part of Catholic Schools Week. The winners were Logan, Lorcan, Aime and Millie. The runners up were Jacob, Niamh, Aoibhe and Sean Og.
Last weeks P6A Assembly is now available to view on the Primary 6 Page.
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