School finishes today at 12 noon. We would like to wish all our girls and boys and your families a safe and happy summer holiday. We look forward to seeing you all again in September.
Best wishes to two of our colleagues who are starting their retirement today. Mrs Wolfe has served our School for 37 years and Mrs McGinley who is retiring after 26 years service. We would like to wish both ladies a long and happy retirement.
Well done again to Mr O'Neill and our school Eco Council on our Green Flag award. We received our Green Flag this week and this will be proudly displayed on our Junior Site. Keep up the good work boy and girls!
P4 First Confession
Well done to our Primary 4 boys and girls who made their First Confession on Wednesday. The boys and girls continue to prepare for their First Communion which will take place in September.
Best of luck to all our Primary 7 children who had their last day in Primary School today. The children travelled up to the Junior School canteen for a BBQ this afternoon, and had great fun despite the torrential rain! More photos can be found on the Primary 7 page.
Well done to all the pupils who picked up awards at our Junior and Senior Prizegiving ceremonies today. Photos of the winners are available to view in the Prizegiving gallery.
Teddy Bears Picnic
The children in St Mary's Nursery had a fun day today on what was their final full day of Nursery. The children got to bring their favorite Teddy Bear to school to have a picnic and play games. They even got to meet a giant walking, talking teddy bear. More photos of the Teddy Bears Picnic can be found on the Nursery Page.
P6 YES Project
The YES Project is a program designed and led by young people that promotes safety and stability in communities. Unfortunately due to Coronavirus restrictions the program could not take place this year, however today our Primary 6 children received fun workbooks and toys from the project team.
P2 Science Week
The Primary 2 children have been busy investigating hand hygiene this week as part of Science week. They've also been making slime, building pirate ships and growing plants throughout this term. They are very busy scientists! More photos are available to view on the Primary 2 page.
P4 Science Week
The Primary 4 children have been investigating minibeasts and taking their pulse as part of their work for Science Week. More photos can be viewed on the Primary 4 page.
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