This week we are celebrating Book Week in St Mary's. This morning some of our Senior School boys and girls made the short trip up the melmount road to the Junior School to be reading buddies and read to the younger children. We were also glad to welcome local author Brian McGilloway to the Senior School where he talked to the children about what it takes to write a good story. More photos are available to view in the School Gallery.
P6B Assembly - Trócaire
Well done to the girls and boys in Mr O'Neill's P6B class who recorded an assembly earlier today on the topic of Trócaire. The assembly is now available to view on the Primary 6 page on the website.
Well done to all the dancers in St Mary's who picked up awards at the dance competition at the weekend. The photos can be viewed on the "Well Done" page on the website.
P2C Assembly - Valentine's Day
The boys and girls in Mrs Mckinney's/ Miss Cook's P2C class have recorded an assembly for their peers on the topic of Valentine's Day. The assembly can be viewed on the Primary 2 page. Well done girls and boys!
Well done to Seth in the Junior School and Senior School pupils; Rauri, Vanessa and Rachel who won prizes in the Ulster University Confucius Institute Year of the Tiger Poster Competition which was judged in Ulster University, Belfast before Christmas.
The competition attracted 3169 entries so very well done to Seth and the girls!
Miss Barr's P7D class recorded an assembly for their peers this morning. The topic of the Assembly was Children's Mental Health Week The Assembly is now available to view on the Primary 7 Page on the website. Well done boys and girls.
Energy Saving Week
The boys and girls have been creating great work for Energy Saving Week sharing what they have learned about saving energy, saving money and saving the planet. More examples of their work can be found on the Primary 4 page and the Primary 6 page.
P6B Chinese Zodiac
Our Primary 6B children have been learning all about the Chinese Zodiac and the Chinese New Year this term. Some examples of their great work can be viewed on the Primary 6 Page on the website.
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