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
Budding bakers We had great fun investigating capacity today. We were exploring the measurement of full, empty and half full. We had to work very hard to mix all the ingredients together but Mrs Smyth said that the mixing will help us to make our hands strong so that we can hold our pencils and paint brushes properly. The best part was eating the
Toady was a very strange day in our school. Some children had a witchy visit and some saw a strange face peeping through the windows. Hopefully this witch doesn’t come to the disco tonight
Today we were delighted to welcome Liam Magee, a local poet into the Primary 4 class to talk about how he writes poetry and uses rhyme in stories. Liam read us some of his own poems and talked about his use of imagery and how poetry can evoke memories. He was awfully impressed with the primary 4 classes talking and listening skills. Liam
Well done to the school football team on reaching the Canon Esler Final.
The Nursery Class didn’t let the rain stop them as they braved the elements and headed off to the sensory garden. They found lots of signs of Autumn and had great fun investigating nature. Check our gallery for more images of their adventure.
The Eco-Committee of Mayobridge P.S had the pleasure of having a visit from Mr Patrick McShane; the local environmental co-ordinator of the Newry and Mourne District Council on Friday 22nd October. Mr McShane happily took time out of his busy schedule to visit our school, which says a lot about what we have to offer, not only as a school but as a whole
Primary One have been very busy improving their fine motor skills while learning all about Autumn. Today they were sorting through the tray of Autumn items using jumbo tweezers. This is a fun activity you can do at home using tweezers or tongs to help develop your child’s fine motor skills in preparation for writing. Have a look out for items we can add
Primary 6 had an amazing time today at session 1 of their 8 week session with the World Drummers.