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- Published: Tuesday, 02 January 2018 11:55
The whole staff would like to wish the pupils, parents and wider Waringstown Primary School community a very Happy Christmas!
Thank you once again for your wonderful support of all things connected with school.
School resumes on Thursday 04 January. Please note that after school clubs will not begin in the first or second week of the new term. Start dates will be posted on the website.
The Music Service Orchestra (Southern Region) recently visited Waringstown Primary School and WOW we did not know what was instore!! All children from Primary 1 to Primary 7 were indeed treated to a fantastic christmas concert led by our very own Orchestra. During the concert the children got to see Mrs Peacocke conduct and they also got to sing along to the Orchestra. One of our own Primary 7 pupils was invited to play with the Orchestra by Mrs Gallagher, a familiar Music Tutor in WPS. The children enjoyed this experience thoroughly, as did all of the staff in attendance!
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. Take a look at our gallery to see how the boys and girls got on during rehearsals:
Primary Seven have been busy during the last few days of term putting into practice their electrical skills by designing and constructing working electrical models. Some models have a working light bulb, others have door bells or a burglar alarm.
Great fun was had by all and team work was much in evidence!
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Just a reminder that Monday 18 December is our Guide Dogs for the Blind Christmas Jumper Day. Children may wear casual clothes with their jumper! We are suggesting a £1.00 donation.
Early in the New Year we will be having a visit from the Guide Dogs who will bring along an actual guide dog to Assembly.
We hope, ultimately, to be able to name our own school guide dog for a visually impaired person.
This week, we are suggesting that you may wish to send children to school in casual clothes as there will be Christmas parties.
Thank you for your continued support as we look forward to Christmas!
Take a look through our photo gallery. The Nursery children had great fun in the recent snow spell:
It was lovely to welcome back Pamela Hanna from Armagh, Banbridge, Craigavon Council who worked with both P5 classes today. She talked to the children about litter and the damage it can cause. The children were very well behaved and very interested in what Pamela had to share.
Click the 'read more' link to see some images
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