Choir, Board Games, Breakfast Club, Cricket, Football, French, Hockey, Instrumental Tuition, Irish Dancing, Scripture Union

Good Luck to the Hockey Girls!

A quick good luck to the hockey girls who play their first tournament tomorrow at Downshire School.  They are very much looking forward to it as it involves some skills coaching as well as playing some games.  The hockey girls also want to say 'Good Luck' to the football team who will be at Downshire on Friday for their first tournament !


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 ! 

Football Tournament - 25th November 2010

The boys football team had their first tournament at Downshire on the 25th November 2010. There were five other teams from the local area and the Eden boys finished second. They started their first game well and beat Ballycarry 2-0 with a goal from Joel and the second from Sam.

Music Tutoring

We are pleased to welcome Mrs O’Neill our Violin Tutor and Miss Russell who is our Flute and Clarinet Tutor back for another year. I am sure all will agree that both these tutors offer excellent services. Please note that the fees for this term are now due and these are paid directly to the individual tutors. Thank you. Hire Fees for instruments are due with Mrs Gibson by mid October.

Breakfast Club

This club is once again proving to be very popular. Could I remind all parents that children should not come to the Club before 8.05 a.m. and entrance must be no later than 8.25 a.m. Children will then leave the club at 8.40 a.m. to line up. The cost is £1.00 daily and various healthy cereals and toast is on offer, together with breakfast juice or milk.


Thursday 3.00 – 4.00pm 

The school choir is made up of children from P4 to P7.

During 2009-2010 the choir enjoyed several outings and performances.

The first performance of the year was for fellow pupils, staff and visitors at our annual harvest service.

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