Primary 5 visit Mallaghans. Today Primary 5 were excited and delighted to visit Mallaghans GSE as part of their Electricity topic. We were treated to an amazing presentation and tour around this wonderful facility, and Laura and Larissa ensured no question was left unanswered!
GAA CHALLENGE GAME Our P6/7 girls and boys had a very sporting and competitive game against StOliver Plunketts-Ballyhegan this morning down in Derrytresk.
There was plenty of game time for everyone and there was some excellent displays of football on the two pitches.
Fireman Gerard visits Kingsisland. Fireman Gerard came to visit Foundation Stage today as part of our learning on People Who Help Us! The children were so excited to ask Gerard an array of questions, as well as inspect the firefighter clothing. Thank you Gerard
Tyrone Indoor Camogie Finals Our camogie team took part in the finals today at The Station Centre Omagh.
Although they did not make it to the knockout rounds they were commended by the organisers and referees for their performances on the day.
P1 meet Farmer Kevin Primary 1 had a very special visitor today thanks to our St Mary’s student, Miss O’Hanlon.
As part of our World Around Us topic, ’On the Farm,’ Miss O’Hanlon arranged for her granda Kevin to come in and talk to the children about being a farmer.
Primary 4 take off Primary 4 are ready to ‘take off’ after creating their space ships under the expert guidance of Mrs Lowe, linking in with our World Around Us topic of ‘Space’
P1 football with Coach Liam. After filling our bellies this morning, P1 had lots of energy to burn off with Coach Liam in our First Football session! We were so excited to meet Coach Liam and learn some new football skills on the 3G pitch!
ASH WEDNESDAY SERVICE The children took part in a beautiful Prayer Service this morning in St Colmcille's Church Kingsisland to celebrate the beginning of Lent.
GIRLS INDOOR GAA BLITZ Some of our girls GAA team headed up to Clonoe to take part in their Cuman na mBunscol indoor heat. Despite being drawn in the toughest of groups, the girls only lost by a single goal in both of their games.
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