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Posts Tagged ‘P2’


P1 & P2 Trip to Armagh County Museum - Read More

Posted on: February 28th, 2020 by Mr J White in Information for Parents

Primary 1 and 2 had a wonderful morning visiting Armagh Museum. Thank you to Sarah, our very informative tour guide who showed us around the museum. The children played with toys from the past and compared them to the toys that we play with nowadays. After snack time we took part in an Arts and […]


Snowy Days in P1 & P2 - Read More

Posted on: February 12th, 2020 by Mr J White in Information for Parents

All About Winter!! P1 & P2, Miss Evans, Joan and Maire, had lots of fun in the snow today. We loved getting out to play in the white fluffy snow in our playground! They loved seeing the patterns their footprints made in it and getting to pick snow up in their hands. Some of our […]


Circle Time with Georgie Bear - Read More

Posted on: September 3rd, 2019 by Mr J White in Information for Parents

We had circle time today in P1/2. We introduced ourselves to our circle time friend Georgie Bear. We told him our names and something we liked and something we didn’t like. Georgie Bear goes home for the weekend with one child who has impressed him all week. Georgie needs to come back to school on […]


Letters to Santa Followed by Yummy Hot Chocolate - Read More

Posted on: December 14th, 2018 by Mr J White in Information for Parents

A very exciting morning for Mrs McParland’s P1s, P2s and P3s. They wrote letters to Santa and posted them in the post box in the school. They also had hot chocolate in the igloo prepared by Marie and Claire. An enjoyable morning for the children indeed.


? P1, P2 & P3 Making Playdough - Read More

Posted on: October 1st, 2018 by Mr J White in Information for Parents

We had so much fun in our class making playdough. All we needed was flour, salt, oil, water and food colouring. Mrs Mc Parland and Marie thought it might have been a little bit moist so we decided to add more flour and salt which worked out perfectly. During play we can squish, squash and […]


Primary 1 & 2 Role Play - Read More

Posted on: March 12th, 2018 by Mr J White in Information for Parents

As part of their learning about the death of Jesus our Primary 1 and 2 children had the opportunity to engage in role play. While one child adopted the role of Mary, others took turns to say something they thought might have been said to Mary to comfort her on the death of her Son.


✈️ How Far will it Fly? - Read More

Posted on: December 18th, 2017 by Mr J White in Information for Parents

We combined our learning about instructions in Literacy with our learning in WAU about flight and the outcome was testing the paper aeroplanes we each designed. This was a really fun activity. The next stage is to decorate the aeroplanes we have made.  


? Open Morning was a Great Success! - Read More

Posted on: December 2nd, 2017 by Mr J White in Friends of St Michael's, Information for Parents

The boys and girls who came to visit our school this morning had a fantastic time working alongside the current P1 and P2 children. Everyone settled quickly to their chosen activities and had lots of fun experiencing just a taste of what St Michael’s has to offer. Once again a word of thanks goes to […]


Mrs Nugent’s Pupils enjoy Numicon - Read More

Posted on: September 18th, 2017 by Mr J White in Information for Parents

Thanks to the fundraising efforts of the friends of St Michaels we have been able to introduce Numicon to each class. The Primary 2 and 3 boys and girls showed high levels of interest and exploration during our Numeracy lesson. Mrs Nugent heard some fantastic counting at the P2 table, P3 worked together to create […]


?Exploring Metamorphosis - Read More

Posted on: June 21st, 2017 by Mr J White in Information for Parents

Over the past few weeks the boys and girls in P1 and P2 have had the opportunity to observe first hand the transformation that takes place from caterpillar to butterfly. We were amazed at how quickly the tiny little caterpillars grew into long , fat caterpillars. One by one they became chrysalis, attaching themselves to […]