- Category: Primary 3
- Published: Friday, 30 November 2018 09:53
Primary 5 have almost completed their Christmas crafts for the Supper with Santa evenings. They have worked meticulously at ensuring the Rudolph Sweet Pots are of highest quality!
This week the nursery children enjoyed a 'Big Bedtime Read' evening. They came to school in their pyjamas with their parents for Bedtime stories as part of the 'Big Bedtime Read' Programme which Waringstown Nursery are involved in this year. The children listened to stories read by Mrs Emerson and Mrs Brown and then enjoyed a snack of milk and chocolate chip cookies! They then snuggled down for more stories with their parents before going home to bed!
The Nursery recently travelled to Armagh Planetarium to conclude their topic on 'Space'. The children enjoyed a space show in the big dome and got to see Astronaut George travelling to the different planets. They then made astronaut helmets of their own and each child got to a handle a rock that had come from space!
On Friday 26 of November Primary 4 Miss McAnearney's class took to the stage to perform their play, 'Random Acts of Kindness'. All the pupils took part and performed brilliantly. There were also two solo parts which were performed by four beautiful singers. The key message was kindness and we hope that it encourages all the pupils of Waringstown Primary School to show kindness to each other by doing some of the simple acts that were expressed in our play.
Please note that ALL extra-curricular clubs have now stopped for December!
A list of Clubs and start dates will be posted to the school website for Term 2.
Clubs will not start on the first week back after Christmas.
Thank you for your continued support in all school matters!
We are delighted to announce that as of Monday 26 November, 2018, we are now an Ambassador Eco School. Eco School judges came into school to meet with our School Eco Council, staff and pupils. They were given a tour of our school and met the P7 girls looking after the 'Wrigley Litter Less Campaign.' In the afternoon we were informed that we were being given our Second Green Flag and due to how high a quality our Eco work has been, we were asked to become one of 14 Ambassador Primary Schools in Northern Ireland!
Since beginning our Eco Journey in 2015 we have received two Green flags and every pupil that has served on our School Eco Council over the four years has now received a special 'Eco School NI' badge. This is a huge achievement for the school and the community as we look to develop our community's sustainability.
Thank you for your continued support.
This week we will take any of your donations for our Bag2School project.
Donations can include adult and children's:
-Shoes (tied together please)
-Mobile phones, tablets or digital cameras (handed into ofice)
Please NO Duvets, Pillows, Curtains, Bedding, Towels or End-Of-Life Clothing
Any donations should simply be left along the walls of the mall. Try and fill as many bags as you can (ask grandparents, friends and neighbours also). Any bags can be used, although if you would like I do have a number of Bag2School bin liners in school. Please just ask.
Why are we doing this?
Firstly, we will receive money for the school for the amount we recycle, and secondly, this recycling is a great way for us to continue our 'Eco Schools' vision.
Let's see how well we can do.
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Due to the expected gales and rain on Tuesday there will be no football after school. All of those who attend football were informed today before 3pm.
Football will resume after Christmas and the children will be given an exact date closer to the time.
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