We are very lucky to have Miss Cunningham and Miss McDonald with us for the forthcoming weeks. Miss McDonald and Miss Cunningham are two fourth year students from St. Mary’s University in Belfast who are completing their final teaching practice with us. Miss Cunningham specialises in Mathematics and Miss McDonald specialises in Geography. During their time in school they will be teaching a variety
Today we were very lucky to have Mr Sean McElroy, the school liaison officer from Mayobridge GAA club join Primary 1 and Primary 2 to help them develop their fundamental movement skills. Mr McElroy will be, if not already is, a familiar face to most children in these classes as he coaches the Under 6 football teams in the club. Mr McElroy focused on A B
We are celebrating Healthy Eating Week this week. This year The aim of Healthy Eating Week is to make pupils aware of how to make healthier food choices and options. Pupils are encouraged to fuel their bodies with good, healthy foods that will result in better performance levels at school, sport and all areas of life! Finally, they are encouraged to move more, exercise
Sharing the learning-P6/7 worked together to share and enhance their ICT skills using Fronter and Scratch Junior. Last year Primary 6 worked with the AmmA centre and engaged in a Scratch Junior Project. This year Mrs Comaskey decided they would share their skills with primary 7 . A really successful and enjoyable day for both p6 and 7 children
This week we were bathing the babies in the water tray. Mrs Smyth was shocked when she saw us letting go of the babies in the bath and being rough with them when we were drying them, so she asked her sister Paula to take her baby into our nursery and show us how to bath a baby properly. Paula showed us how to
The countdown is on for the ‘Big Bedtime Read’. It will take place on Monday 4th December at 6:30pm in the Nursery classroom. Please take your child with you as this session will include a fine motor skill play session followed by a bedtime story. The session will end with a cup of hot chocolate for the children and light refreshments for all adults.
We entered the Annual Schools’ Environmental Poster Competition. Congratulations to Alannah, Urte, Emer, Aishlinn and Molly. Each received a Certificate of Achievement.
It’s that time of year again! The shoebox collection…every year we ask pupils to put together a few essentials and a few treats for someone less fortunate than themselves. This year we collected 174 boxes, thank you so much for all the contributions!
We have a busy week ahead planned with lots of events planned to help us understand what bullying is, how we stop it and how we can prevent it. To kick start our week we take a look back at the work Primary 7 completed last year to help us understand bullying
New Topic The nursery children took part in their first planning session this week. They had to think about their own bedtime routine and share their routines with the rest of the class. We then got busy cutting and sticking items that we needed to introduce to our role play area in order to help the children act out their routines. I’m not sure