Whatever Next

Whatever Next !

During our story time Miss Reynolds read a very special story to us.  It was called 'Whatever Next'.  We got to explore what it must be like to go to space and what kind of things we would see.  During activity-based learning we made a very special rocket and we flew to the moon !

Stand by Me

A massive thank you to all who recently supported our "10p Tuesday" fundraiser for Stand by Me. An amazing £440.75 was raised. Primary 5 collected the most 10p's and got a night off homework for their efforts!! Well done everyone!

Goldilocks Says Sorry!

Year Three love creative writing on a Friday! In September we watched an online story version of 'Goldilocks and the Three Bears.' Our Interactive Whiteboard makes learning so much fun! Then we had to write a letter from Goldilocks to the bears explaining just how sorry she was for breaking into their home. We all had to imagine how Goldilocks would feel, even the boys!

Bryson House Visit

On Thursday 12th September, Primary 6 and Primary 7 had a visit from Larry Speight of Bryson House to talk about Energy Efficiency. He covered the areas:

Autumn in Primary 4

In September and October Primary 4 like to observe the changes in the environment around them.  We studied the lovely colours of the leaves as they started changing and falling around us, and did some leaf studies using pastels for our Art display.  We learned that not all leaves change and fall as some trees are evergreen.  We collected, sorted and compared lots of different

All about me!

During Circle Time in P2, we have been talking about ourselves and how we are all special! We collected things that tell others a little bit more about us. We showed our items to our friends.


Annual Outing            We are now ready to pay the final payment for our Annual Outing to the Grand Opera House on Thursday 9th January 2014 at 1.30 p.m..  Final number will be confirmed to The Opera House on Friday 27th September 2013 , so please ensure all monies are paid by this date.&n

Power at Kilroot

Monday 16th September 2013

Poets in P6

Congratulations to the Primary 6 class for writing poems, which have been chosen for publishing in the Young Writers Anthology.  All children have been successful, showing the high standard throughout the class.  The chidren researched a rainforest animal of their choice and then wrote a performance poem using what they had discovered.

We've all been to the zoo!

As part of learning about the rainforest we had an exciting trip to the zoo.  Here we had the chance to learn about habitats, rainforests and various animals, from our guide John.  He told us of his time spent in Borneo in one of the rainforests.  We had great fun as we were able to see some of the rainforest animals up close.  However, we were a little diappointed that w

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