Primary 7

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.

Under the Hawthorn Tree Visit

On Tuesday 21st April, we visited the Ulster Folk and Transport Museum for an 'Under the Hawthorn Tree' themed day. After having our break in the beautiful sunshine, we headed up to our first 'home' where we met the O'Driscoll's landlord who was just getting ready to head back to his WIltshire estate in England.

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!!

Athletes and Scientists

Focusing on Active Travel and movement with Jonny McCrystal, Wednesday 12thNovember with P7 and 19thNovember with P6.

Children participated in a range of activities, one being a car scenario and the others being fun, engaging and active activities. 

10p Tuesday for Stand by Me

On 30th September, all classes participated in 10p Tuesday to raise money for the school we sponsor in Dembi Dollo, Ethiopia. Lots of 10p's were collected and each class put them in a line in the hall. The class with the longest line got a night off homework! P5 won and were delighted!

Pyjama Day!

The children in the School Council organised a pyjama day on Friday 23rd May, to raise money for our charity Stand by Me. A total of £240 was raised. Thank you to all who wore their pyjamas and contributed to this worthwhile cause. Well done also to the School Council!!

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