- Category: Newsletters
- Published: Thursday, 02 January 2020 16:48
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The Nursery recently enjoyed a Christmas party where they got to play party games and eat party food. The children were able to wear their Christmas clothing and enjoyed a visit from Santa Claus himself!
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The Christmas Post Box proved as popular as ever this year! Our Postboys and girls carried out their roles efficiently and all post was delivered daily to each classroom. The total amount raised is £200.00 and this will be forwarded to The Royal Hospital for Sick Children, Belfast as our annual contribution on behalf of our school community.
The whole school gathered together to celebrate a very special Nativity assembly hosted by Primary 3. Everyone wore their Christmas Jumper to raise funds for our project in adopting a puppy through The Guide Dogs for the Blind. Primary 3 performed superbly and reminded us of the true meaning of Christmas. Their message rang out clear on the birth of baby Jesus ... Good News! ... Pass It On!
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The Nursery Nativity was a huge success. Thank you to all the parents, grandparents and family members who attended. Mrs Emerson and Mrs Gilpin are extremely proud of how well all the children performed.
The Nursery children recently enjoyed preparing for Christmas. They decorated their Christmas Tree beautifully.
Santa Letters were next on the list, the children were able to post their own letters to Santa himself!
Freddie Fitness returned to Waringstown Primary School for another fantastic exercise extravagansa! Everyone enjoyed the funfilled, energetic day and both pupils and staff were given a real workout.
Enjoy our photo gallery of the days events:
Bees Are Amazing!
Did you know, there are about 25,000 types of bees in the world, with probably more species awaiting discovery?
Were you aware that most species are solitary, that males cannot sting, and that collectively, they help to pollinate an estimated one third of all the food we eat?
Primary 7 have been learning about bees and how we can help them...
Take a look at the photos when we enjoyed tasting some honey on toast! The class have enjoyed learning all about bees and how important they are as well as designing honey posters and labels and honeycomb printing! It definitely has left them buzzzzzzing!!
This morning all of our Primary 3 pupils took part in a fantastic Christmas Assembly. The performance included poetry reading, singing, soloists, dancing and acting. All the boys and girls did so well in sharing the important message that we should 'PASS ON' the good news of Jesus' birth.
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