What a fantastic way to bring together all of the learning we have encountered about toys. On our trip to Armagh County Museum we had the chance to explore and compare old and new toys first hand. We used the knowledge we had from our classroom activities to accurately put five teddies in order from […]
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The School Council Committee met to discuss possible ventures for the remainder of the school year. They have decided to organise a “cash for clobber” event. The money raised will be used to purchase a litter bin for the playground area. During assembly the idea was explained to everyone in the school. The children are […]
This week Donnacha and Michael were given the pupil of the week awards. Mr White is on the look out for a winner for next week!
Everyone took in one toy to talk about during a show and tell session. Marie, Claire and Mrs Nugent were very impressed with the fabulous knowledge and use of language used to describe the toys in terms of how they operated, what materials they were made from and why they were a favourite toy.
Dear Parents, please make note of the following dates in our school calendar….
This year’s Armagh Speech and Drama Festival shall take place in The Market Place Theatre, Armagh from Monday 16th – Friday 20th April. Performers from schools are eligible to enter any of the ‘Open Classes’. Pupils attending speech and drama tuition from private drama teachers outside of school may not enter “Schools Classes”. The poems […]
As the Accelerated Reader programme continues lots of commitment from the children is evident in the increasing number of certificates being presented each month. There are a number of children very close to achieving their next level. A big well done to you all.
The very deserving Pupil of the Week award winners for this week are Liam, Mallaidh and Peter. Keep up your hard work!
Our topic new World Around Us topic In the P5/P.4/P.3 class we have been learning about castles and comparing them to modern houses during our World Around Us lessons. This week’s art activity was designing and creating their own castles using cardboard boxes. The children had great fun creating their castles. Some of the children […]
St Michael’s took part in the Cumann Na Bunscoil Girl’s Camogie Tournament in Tullysaran community centre. They played against teams from Clonalig, St Jarlath’s Blackwatertown and Our Lady’s Tullysaran. The girls played very well and were unfortunate not to reach the play off stages.