Our Homes

P2 have been learning about "Our Homes."  We enjoyed identifying different houses around our school environment. We also wrote letters to our friends and posted them!

Wizard of Oz

We're Off to See the Wizard, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz!

The Key Stage 2 children have been working very hard for the past two months practising for their production of the Wizard of Oz. Every pupil in P5, P6 and P7 has played an important part in making our musical a roaring success.

Primary 4 Make Soda Bread

Primary 4 ended Term 2 by making War Time Soda Bread!  We discussed the simple ingredients used, measured these and enjoyed making the dough.  The most enjoyable part of all was eating it with butter and jam when it was cooked!!

Primary 6 Roman Day

 On Thursday 24th March, P6 acted as Romans for the day.  The children arrived at school in various costumes with teacher and teaching assistant both in Roman attire.  The P6 classroom was host to a variety of goddesses, soldiers, senators, rich Romans and poor slaves.  After having learned about Roman clothes the children were able to apply this knowledge to the costumes



Easter Ballot  Please remember the Easter Ballot will be drawn on Wednesday 13th April 2011.  Tickets should be returned to your child’s class teacher before this date.  Thank you for your continued support.

Primary 6 Visit the Trade Fair at Downshire

On Tuesday 22nd February, Primary 6 children attended a Young Enterprise Trade Fair at Downshire School where they were able to participate in selling and buying goods produced by a variety of local primary schools.


The hockey team will be participating in a tournament next Wednesday (9th March) from 1pm to 3.30pm at Mossley Hockey Club.  There will be a range of schools from across Newtownabbey participating so good luck to the girls and enjoy ! 


Transfer Congratulations   We congratulate our Primary 7 pupils on their excellent transfer results. Thanks also must go to the teachers involved for their dedication and commitment. We wish all our pupils well as they prepare to choose their new schools.



Donation to Antrim Neo-Natal Unit

Thanks to the generosity of parents, grandparents and friends who attended the recent Carol Service, we have been able to donate £200 to the Neo-Natal Unit at Antrim Area Hospital. We appreciate the kindness of all who contributed to this very worthwhile cause.

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