Posts Tagged ‘Dressup’
Fri 25th October is a fun day in school as we break for the mid-term. Fancy dress for Halloween and a video for kids in the afternoon. Disco in the Hall on the Friday evening.
We celebrated Roald Dahl Day in style on Friday 13th September. To celebrate his birthday, P6/7 dressed up as a favourite character from his books. A big thank you to the parents for all their effort with the costumes. P1-P5 engaged in lots of fun activities to celebrate this fantastic author! Well done to our art competition […]
Dear parents Welcome back to our new school year. We wish all the best to our pupils who have moved on to High School and hope they will visit us to let us know how well they are getting on. We welcome 11 new pupils to our school and hope they enjoy their time in […]
We will celebrate Roald Dahl Day on Friday 13th September. All classes will be participating in activities to celebrate the works of this great children’s author. We ask that P6 & P7 children come to school dressed up as their favourite Roald Dahl character.
Reminder to all parents/ guardians Thursday is “green day” at school. We will hold a special assembly in honour of St Patrick at 1.30pm in Clady Hall. Everyone welcome & all pupils can go home afterwards.
St Michael’s celebrated World Book Day in style with the children dressing up as their favourite book characters. At a special assembly pupils could explain who they were and why they chose their character. Throughout the day the theme of books was celebrated through art, book reviews, design book covers and word searches of book […]
We dressed up for ‘World Book Day’. During this week we have been listening to stories from the author ‘David Walliams’. We love listening to stories in P4/5. We had an enjoyable day engaging in lots of fun activities based on our favourite authors and characters.
Primary 6 & 7 pupils enjoyed dressing up as characters from their favourite Roald Dahl story.
A wonderful meal was served and a festive atmosphere created as every child in the school tucked into their Christmas dinner. The children were delighted to see familiar face join us to help with the big event