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New Appointment In Primary 6

We are delighted to be able to inform you that Mr A Mitchell has been appointed by our Board of Governors as our new permanent Primary 6 teacher. Children, teaching colleagues and Principal send their heartiest congratulations to Mr Mitchell. We know as a past pupil of our school he has Waringstown Primary School and more importantly the children of our school at his heart.

**Sports Day 2018 Date**

Sports Day 2018

We have scheduled Sports Day for:

Thursday 31 May

Start time is normally 9.30am.

'New' parents please note that Sports Day is a morning activity, with all races concluded by 12 noon when the first Dinner sitting commences.

A mid-morning Break takes pace between 10.30am - 11.00am.  Light refreshments are served in the Assembly Hall for parents and supporters.  Please plan to be present for this landmark day in the school's calendar!


School Fete 2018

The Fete is now a firmly fixed event in the school calendar.  This year the night to remember is:

Wednesday 06 June (Weather permitting)

Thursday 07 June is also reserved should Wednesday be inclement!

As a last resort if we are highly unfortunate with the weather we will stage the Fete on Friday 08 June.

Thank you for your continued support!

C McCambley


Term 3 Commences Monday 09 April 2018

Term 3 will commence on Monday 09 April 2018 for all pupils, 

Please note that ALL Extra Curricular Activities will resume the week commencing 16 April 2018 - please revisit the website for a full list of activities offered in Term 3.

The Dinner Menu for Term 3 can be accessed via the Dinner Menu link.

Easter Bunny Makes His Annual Appearance

The Easter Bunny made his annual appearance in Waringstown Primary School along with a selection of goodies and treats for our competition prizes.

The boys and girls and staff all loved spending some time with the Easter Bunny in a fun filled, egg-cellent assembly.

Have a lovely Easter break.



Friday 23 March 2018 is a non-uniform day for all classes with a suggested donation of £1.00.  This non-uniform day is hoped to raise enough money for our school to donate towards the training of a new guide dog within the Guide Dogs NI organisation.

Colouring In Competition Results Are Almost In!!!

We have had a fantastic response for our colouring in competition.  Easter Bunny will have a difficult job choosing the winners from each class … poor Easter Bunny!!
All the entries are outstanding!!  Well done to all who entered.
There will be a special prize award ceremony on Friday where the winners will be announced for all the competitions with a “Special Visitor” giving out the prizes!!
Many thanks once again for your continued support.

World Book Day 2018

Waringstown Primary School had a terrific response to the World Book Day this year once again.  The children in the Foundation Stage and Key Stage One enjoyed dressing up as favourite characters whilst the remainder of the school were engaged in World Book Day activities in their respective classes.

Take a look through our gallery to see how we got on:

Waringstown Primary School Have A Visit From 'Alex The Guide Dog'

The whole school came together on Wednesday 07 March for a very special Morning Assembly. Mrs June Best from 'Guide Dogs' was accompanied by her friend (and volunteer with the guide Dogs organisation) Mrs Michele Hutchinson. Mrs Best had her guide dog, Alex, at her side throughout the assembly and the children were mesmerised by him throughout. Some of the children close by him also managed to enjoy giving Alex a stroke or two!

Mrs Best and Mrs Hutchinson spoke to us about how their friendship had come about and how important it is for sighted people to act as volunteer helpers. Children from each Year Group had prepared questions and some were able to pose their specific question to our visitors. The whole morning was informative and most enjoyable.

As a school we have established a link with Guide Dogs organisation and hope through the final phase of our fund raising to be able to donate £1,500 towards the training of a new guide dog. Perhaps it will even be Mrs Best's new guide dog after Alex retires as he's 8 now. Mrs Best has even thought of an appropriate name and has decided upon the name of 'Waring.' What a wonderful name!

The children were very well-behaved during our Assembly and managed to have a little stroke of Alex as we filed out of the hall. Alex was presented with a bone and dental stick just to show how much we appreciated his visit.

It is hoped that in the very near future the Nursery children will see the return of Mrs Best, Mrs Hutchinson and Alex along with a Guide Dog puppy. 

There will be a non-uniform day at the end of term to add to our current total which stands at £700.

Take a look through our gallery to see how well Alex behaved:

**Hockey Practice Notice**

Due to the current weather conditions a decision on Hockey Practice for all P5, 6 and 7 girls will be made before breaktime tomorrow.

Please revisit the website on Thursday 01 March 2018 for confirmation on this.