Monday 26th March was 'Dotty Day'. It was a non-uniform day and we all wore something dotty or spotty! We raised £161 pounds. Together with the £164 we raised earlier this year, this money will be used to sponsor a class of guide dogs. A guide dog called Keilty visited us with its owner Hazel. We found out lots of information about guide dogs and how important they are. We had fun counting spots on dice during our beetle drive.
We are enjoying a range of learning opportunities during 2017/18.
'Out of School Hours' learning
Primary Two / Three
Primary six had a fun time at Shannagh-More!
Primary six and seven enjoyed the Rugby Blitz at the Cran on 12th April.
Our Arts Week during March celebrated the work of the children in art, music and drama.
"There is a consistently high quality of planning, learning , teaching and assessment"
"The broad and varied range of learning experiences contributes well to the children's academic, social and emotional development."
ETI inspection report September 2015
Primary Three / Four
Mrs Watson from Fivemiletown College Art Department judged the entries to our hat competition which was linked to our Book Fair. Mrs Watson was 'extremely impressed with the effort, creativity and pride the children took in creating their hats'.
A snapshot of STEM activities throughout the school.
Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths
After school Bible Club was very well attended and great fun.