Primary 6

Stand By Me

Today was a very exciting day for P5, 6 and 7.  Johnny from Stand By Me came into each of our classes.  P5 were able to learn about filtering water in countries where water is not clean like ours.  In other countries some children have to walk miles to get water for their families, others have a pump in their village which they can use and others are provided filter systems li

World Book Day

To celebrate World Book Day Primary 6 participated in a couple of different activities.  The first involved the children watching a live video stream from the Education Authority.  The video involved children from a range of schools either putting on short dramas based on a number of books, or being interviewed about one of their favourite books.  In Primary 6 we were int

What a busy week!

Well a lot has been happening in P6 this week.  First of all Mrs Radcliffe is back after having had her baby, so P6 are all getting used to a new teacher and some new routines.  Secondly there has been a Kids' Club on this week during school from one to two.  P6 have had great fun singing songs about God, listening to Bible stories, watching funny videos and taking pa

A 'Zooper' day out for P6

On Thursday 11th June, P6 visited Belfast Zoo.  We are learning all about the rainforest in school and were therefore excited to find out more about the animals that live there.  When we first arrived we went straight for a talk on the rainforest with Maureen.  It was very informative and told us a lot about how deforestation is affecting the animals in the rainfores

Bike Rides on Brighter Nights

With the brighter evenings of May and June finally here, now is the perfect time for the whole family to get out and about on foot, bike or scooter.  As you know we have been promoting active travel to school over the past year, working with Sustrans. The Sustrans website can provide you with a list of safe cycling and walking routes.

Wacky Hair Day!!

On Friday 15th May, we had a Wacky Hair Day to raise money for the people in Nepal, following the devastating earthquake which hit the country. Homes, hospitals and schools have been destroyed and over 4000 people died.

P6 Roman Day

On Wednesday 25th March, primary six arrived to school in style for our Roman Day.  We dressed in our finest Roman clothes, fit for emperors and goddesses.  Our taste buds tingled as we tried lots of Roman foods, including tomatoes, grapes, olives, mackerel, pitta bread and honey.  We then rated what we liked and disliked.  We took part in lots of different activities.

Pyjama Day 2015

On Friday 13th March 2015, we raised £188.94 for Stand By Me. The School Council agreed that we should come to school in our pyjamas to raise money for the school we sponsor in Ethiopia. Well done everyone for taking part. You looked fabulous!!

Winter Art

The children in P6 have been working hard to produce two pieces of winter art.  The children were inspired by a winter scene by an unknown artist and produced their own interpretation of this.  Chalk, masking tape and black card were the only materials used to create the winter scenes that you can see below.  Secondly the children were able to create lollipop snowmen decoratio

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