On Wed 20th March the Parish of Kilcluney held Confirmation for the P7 pupils. Archbishop Eamon Martin celebrated the sacramental Mass in Ballymacnab. With almost 50 children to be confirmed the Church was packed and our community enjoyed a very special celebration of our faith. Clady pupils did us proud with how confidently they read, sang and brought up gifts. The Parish choir brought a great sense of occasion to the evening and Archbishop Martin …
This page has been created to keep our parents and school community up-to-date with current activities, developments and upcoming events. Information regarding school holidays, closures, recent activities, fundraising events, blogs posted by the school community etc will be posted under this section. The Parents section of the website also includes useful links to other educational websites relevant to the curriculum, links for ordering the school uniform from School Trends, the current dinner menu and information by the Friends of …
Welcome to our website
St Michael’s Primary School is a Catholic Controlled Maintained School in the Kilcluney Parish. Christian values are intrinsic to the education we provide. St Michael’s is a friendly school committed to the traditional values of hard work, respect for others, good manners and self-discipline. It is our aim to ensure that all children are provided with the essential values, skills, knowledge and abilities that will develop them academically, physically, socially and morally. At St Michael’s we promote our culture through language, games, dance, music and stories. We enjoy a close relationship with parents and wider community and are very thankful for the support they provide.
As you browse through the various sections of this website I hope you enjoy learning more about our school and how we aim to develop and prepare each child within our educational environment.
My thanks go to all who contributed to the formation of this website which is a tremendous addition to our school. I would encourage the school community, parents & children to become regular users of our website and to avail of the important features within it.
Mr John White.
Recent Blog Posts
Congratulations to the winners of our Easter Hampers
Mr White and the Friends of St Michael's thank everyone who supported our Easter Raffle. A great sum of money has been raised for the school. The winners are as follows:- 1. Amy Crozier 2. Eoin Lamph 3. Eimear Hunter 4. Noel McCann 5. Meghan Vallely 6. Ronan Armstrong 7. Daiti Loughran 8. Breige McGleean 9. Ella Rice 10. Eli Toner 11. John McCooey 12. Ciara McGurgan 13. Zoe Carr 14. John Hughes 15. Eoin Lamph 16. Phil Mackin 17. Joan Black 18. Caitlin Doyle 19. Ellie Nugent 20. L. …
St Michael’s Clady were happy to welcome the Autism Awareness Team for a FS/KS1 puppet show and KS2 PowerPoint presentation. We learned all about Autism, how we have different needs and how important it is to always be kind to one another. The character Louis had autism, he did not like loud noises but loved football and was a talented artist. Amy, Sam and Sophie made sure they were never noisy around …
There is a whole host of goodies to be won at our Annual Easter Raffle. The draw will take place tomorrow (Wednesday 17th) at 1.30pm in Clady Hall. Last remaining tickets available at the school. Thank you to everyone who has supported our Raffle. We truly appreciate your generosity. HAPPY EASTER!
We are supporting the campaign to save Craigavon Breast Services and would encourage as many people as possible to sign the petition form located in our front lobby. Petition Forms are also available at Clady Tiny Tots. Thank you.
Congratulations to our Star Pupils this week.
P4-5 Afterschool will be held on Tuesday 3-4 as we have the raffle on Wednesday and half day on Thursday. The P6-7 afterschool will be held on Tue as normal.
Thank you for supporting our Easter Raffle organised by the Friends of St Michael's. Tickets available in school & from Pupils.
On Wednesday 10th April, P4-P7 children will attend Mass at 10am in St Michael's Church, Clady. This mass will be dedicated to the memory of our dear friend, Pat Lamph. It is a year since Pat passed away and we will remember her in prayer and song. Pat Lamph, fantastic friend and colleague, greatly missed by all in St Michael’s PS. We invite parents & friends to join us at this special Mass.
As part of the blue theme for National Autism Week, our P6/7 pupils studied the work of Picasso and his Blue Period. The pupils experimented with tints and shades to generate many versions of blue. Picasso is particularly relevant as his work and ideas of art were so new and different that it took some time for people to recognise the genius of his work. Today he is celebrated throughout the art world …