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- Published: Thursday, 14 June 2018 18:46
Recently both Primary 5 classes enjoyed the "Our City" Young Enterprise day.
The children learnt all about the various components needed to build a city. They identified a wide variety of buildings and what purpose each had.
The whole day was a most enjoyable experience and the children ended the session by designing and producing their very own city.
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THANK YOU to all of our sponsors, donors and volunteers who helped in such a practical way on Wednesday 06 June as we staged THE Fete!
Working, Playing and Succeeding TOGETHER!
Indeed, the whole Waringstown Primary School community really did come together on Wednesday evening. It was a delight to see all ages mingling in the grounds and enjoying the feast of activities arranged by the staff. Mrs McCracken and Mrs Parker must be singled out because of their outstanding efforts over many weeks behind the scenes as they manage the fete and all of its practical outworking. Well done ladies! Thank you to the entire staff team for your work and continued unstinting support!
We must say a huge and sincere thank you to all our sponsors who donated many gifts to the auction and raffle and also to the many parents who helped to man a stall. There were parents who stayed behind too to help with the grand tidy up and this was much appreciated. It meant that the school opened on Thursday in a very fine state thanks to the much appreciated work on Wednesday evening! I am delighted to be able to inform you that the grand total of
was raised for school funds. This year’s figure completely dwarfs last year’s total of £8,500. The money is being set aside to purchase equipment and resources for your children. In this age of austerity and cuts to School Budgets and School Services we value your continued support even more! As principal I cannot tell you how much it pleases me to see the whole school, indeed village community, coming together to support our children in such a practical way!
Your generosity will make a HUGE difference in the life of ALL the children in Waringstown Primary School.
Another achievement as we move towards applying for our second Green Eco Flag. Well done everyone.
Rest assured the weather was not as bad in Shannaghmore as we had at home. The storms were not severe on the Newcastle coast and all children slept well.
The group are already enjoying breakfast and are eagerly anticipating Day 2.
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Some more photos just in, from this morning's activities.
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