Archives for 2014 December

17
Dec
2014
P.3 Show – Bethlehem’s Buzzin’

P.3 Show – Bethlehem’s Buzzin’

By Fergus Coyle on December 17, 2014

The P3 children performed a fantastic Christmas show called Bethlehem’s Buzzin’ on Thursday 11th December. Eva Long, Aoibhe McHugh & Cillian Draine took on the roles of Jacob, Rebecca and Sarah three less-than-honest market stall holders, who hoped to cash-in on the large number of visitors arriving in Bethlehem. They encountered a tired couple on […]

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16
Dec
2014
P.2 The Sleepy Shepherd

P.2 The Sleepy Shepherd

By Fergus Coyle on December 16, 2014

The Primary 2 classes all worked together to perform ‘The Sleepy Shepherd’. We are very proud of all their hard work – What beautiful singing, dancing and acting! You did great P2!

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16
Dec
2014
Christmas Garden Planter Competition

Christmas Garden Planter Competition

By Fergus Coyle on December 16, 2014

Congratulations to the P.5 year group who won the Christmas Garden Planter Competition. Their Eco-friendly Christmas Tree was fantastic! Each child made a unique decoration from junk materials. I think our tree is fab! (Callum Magee) It’s class! (Aodhan White) The best Christmas Tree ever! (Eoin Brown) I really enjoyed making it! (Maebh Mc Atamney) […]

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14
Dec
2014
P.1 Nursery Rhyme Nativity

P.1 Nursery Rhyme Nativity

By Fergus Coyle on December 14, 2014

The P1 Christmas Show was ‘The Nursery Rhyme Nativity’. The children really enjoyed the roles they took on and had great fun learning all the songs and dances. They also received a well-deserved standing ovation and had a party the following day to celebrate their wonderful achievements. Well done P1!

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5
Dec
2014
Parklife – P.5 visit the Waterworks

Parklife – P.5 visit the Waterworks

By Fergus Coyle on December 5, 2014

Miss Doherty’s P.5 class visited ‘The Waterworks’ on Tuesday 2nd December as part of the ‘Parklife’ Project. The children had a great time investigating birds, animals and plant life. Thanks to Siobhan and Sydney from the Ulster Wildlife Trust who organised many fun activities.

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