- Category: Dinner Menus
- Published: Friday, 14 December 2018 10:41
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Recently the children wore their Christmas Jumpers to school to raise money for The Guide Dogs for the Blind. Everyone enjoyed wearing their jumpers to school, even the staff!! It was also the school's Christmas Dinner Day which added to the festive mood. A special assembly was held to present the prizes from the two 'Supper with Santa' evenings.
As part of the Erasmus+ project our school had a few classes take part in Coding Week. One of the activities we did in Key Stage 1 was to use the app ‘Daisy the Dinosaur,’ which involved pupils giving instructions to move a dinosaur. Evidence was shared between our partner schools in Spain, Italy, Finland and Ireland, who all seemed to have fun with their coding projects.
We are delighted to have been awarded this certificate for our efforts.
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A huge thank you to NI Water for donating a new water butt along with several 'save-a-flush' bags which our School Eco Council will place in all of our toilet cisterns to save water! NI Water have already donated drip free water bottles to all of our pupils and staff in school along with teaching P4 and P6 about the importance of water!
We as a school very much appreciate their support.
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.
'Supper with Santa' proved to be a wonderful success with several hundred children and adults visiting the school on both nights. There was a tremendous sense of community in the building as children and adults visited the various craft stalls and mingled over a cup of tea and dessert in the Assembly Hall. A huge thank you to everyone for the continued support shown to Waringstown PS!
The Sustrans Interclass Active Travel Competition was won by P6B with a 79% uptake in Healthy Travel to School.
This is the first time the trophy has been awarded and Mr Brown is very proud of all his children. The trophy will be awarded each month and encourages children to take part in actively travelling to and from school. Well done P6B!!
Santa was definitely kept busy by all the boys and girls of Waringstown Primary School on our first evening of 'Supper with Santa'. Thankfully he had Mrs Claus and the Elves by his side to help him out! Parents, grandparents and friends were entertained by the school choir and instrumentalist groups while enjoying a well deserved coffee and dessert. Lots of crafts were on show and for sale throughout the evening, as well as a movie and story telling room. Everyone enjoyed the Christmas festivities and we are looking forward to welcoming all those who are planning to attend on Thursday evening for another enjoyable event!
Here are a few photos capturing only a small part of our first evening:
Pamela Hanna from Armagh City Banbridge and Craigavon Borough Council came in to speak to our P4s about Litter Awareness. She talked about protecting our environment and preserving our community. We looked at the damages to wildlife and how our community should look! Our pupils were informed about what our Council do to stop people littering and the message of what we can do to be create less litter was talked about.
Now its up to us to 'PASS IT ON.'
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