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- Published: Monday, 17 February 2020 09:48
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Primary 5 recently hosted a whole school assembly to highlight the importance of Safer Internet Day. Safer Internet Day was celebrated on Tuesday 11 February 2020. The assembly was a chance for our whole school community to think about how we use the internet and how we can be kind and respectful to others, as well as keeping ourselves safe while using it. Primary 5 reminded everyone of how there are many ways to go online and also of the importance of keeping their personal information safe and private. They told the story of Digiduck's Famous Friend, click on the link below to view this online story. Primary 5 finished their assembly by reminding everyone of the following points:
Primary 5 concluded their assembly with the song 'Walking in the Light of God'. Everyone joined in to celebrate the importance of walking in the Light of God.
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Primary 5 have been busy working on their Powerpoint presentations. They worked together in Term 1 to compile a group powerpoint presentation on their WAU topic of The Egyptians. Term 2 allowed the pupils to get to know the functions and opportunities of powerpoint more and resulted in an individual presentation, which they prepared and presented to their peers. A huge well done to everyone!
Our Nursery children recently enjoyed the flurry of snow which provided an exciting playtime for all! The children explored the white carpet of snow on the MUGA pitch. Sledging, rolling snowballs and making footprints were all part of the fun enjoyed. Take a look through the photo gallery to view the fun they had:
This year Opus Digital Photography (Roy Clements) is offering photographs to:
P1, P3 & P5.
The idea is to offer the individual and family photograph every other year. However, if your child is in P2, P4 or P6 you can still use the form to opt for a photograph to be taken: we know some parents like the option of an annual photograph! P7 may wish to be included in a family photo too!
Family photos are taken early from 8.30am
Photographs will take place on:
Tuesday 25 February
Please note this date and plan accordingly.
Foundation Stage had a very exciting day with the lovely Sarah Rowland from the Sentinus Team. She educated us on the importance and fun to be had through STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics).
The workshop was based around the story of the Three Little Pigs with each class from Primary One and Primary Two each enjoying their own individual slot.
During each session the children got the opportunity to explore the various materials used to build the three little pigs homes with every child being given time to explore each of the stations.
The work of NIFSA (Northern Ireland Forest School Association) is constantly developing and this year they have introduced three accreditation levels for Forest Schools to work on. Today, with the work we've already completed, we were accredited with the 'Elder Award Status.'
Hopefully, by the end of the year, with the development of our own Forest School P4 Curriculum and aiding in the training and development of Forest School in other schools, we will achieve 'Birch Award Status' and then 'Oak Award Status.'
We'll keep you posted.
The Nursery children recently enjoyed a visit from Mrs White. She talked to the children about her job as a Nurse. She then ran a Teddy Bear's Clinic and the children brought their sick teddies to see her! Everyone enjoyed the visit and were very happy to hear that their teddies were all happy and healthy! Thank you Mrs White.
Please find attached the information letter on the Happy Healthy Kids Programme:
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Primary 4 braved the elements of Storm Ciara and still went outside to complete another Forest School Lesson. Today, the children worked in groups to create an image of a Polar Animal using natural materials, which fits into our current World Around Us Topic, 'A Changing Blue Planet.'
As you can see from the picture above, the majority of the children loved being outside today and created some fantastic pieces of art.
Click 'read more' to see some more images:
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