Christmas Assembly 2018

Well done to all our fantastic pupils - narrators, actors, instrumentalists and singers in our Christmas Assembly this morning. Lovely to see the hall filled to capacity with family and friends to encourage them. #ChristmasPSGHamper #WholeSchool #Fundraiser

Burns Skills School Return in January 2019 - Hockey & Gymnastics

We are delighted to announce that the Burns Skill School are continuing their sports after school project with our school in January 2019. The 10 week programme which will entail age appropriate educational sessions that will have a main focus of fun whilst improving technical ability. This program is open to the whole school, please ensure you complete a parental permission form (given to each child), enclose the payment of £30.00 and return to the school secretary no later than Friday 14th December 2018. There is a Maximum of 20 places per session. Please check the school calendar and parents noticeboard for dates & times off sessions.

PSG - Christmas Hampers

Our Christmas Assembly begins at 9.30 tomorrow morning (Thursday 13th). The programme lasts approximately 1 hour followed by the raffle for 8 hampers which has been organised by our fantastic PSG. Stay for a cuppa and seasonal refreshments if you can. There will be a retiring collection for Air Ambulance NI and school funds. #ChristmasPSGHamper

Christmas Production - Request

Our Christmas production is on Thursday 13th December 2018 at 9.30am. All Parents, Grandparents and friends are very welcome to come along and see the children. Could I ask all parents to supply half a dozen mince pies or shortbread for tea after the performance. Thank you in advance.. Mrs Robinson

Building 'Bridges' with Primary 5

More fun in our 'Bridges' topic today. We were investigating how changes to the height and the span affected the strength of an arch.

Burns Skills School

Over the last 6 weeks, Alex from Burns Skills School, has been taking the Year 6/7 class for their PDMU lessons. They have learnt about respect, stereotypes, prejudice, peer influences, sportsmanship, diversity and similarities and differences, all in a fun and interactive way. I hope they put what they have learnt into practice, as these are all important for life and learning.

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