Tara and Kim from SOFT have organised lots of new workshops...have a look below for more details.
A big thank you to Cookstown Fr Rocks’ and the chairman Oliver Coyle for sponsoring a new set of footballs and continuing to provide us with a coach to promote Gaelic games within the school. The staff and pupils really appreciate your support!
New Soccer Jerseys
A big thank you to Donaghy Building Supplies who sponsored new jerseys for our soccer team!
The Daily Mile
From Monday 4th March, all classes have been participating in the Daily Mile! This is a great way of getting our children up and moving!
Cash for Clobber
Holy Trinity ‘Cash for Clobber’ are collecting unwanted clothing to raise money for school funds.
Cash for Clobber is aimed at raising awareness of clothes reuse among children and adults. It highlights the benefits of sending clothes that can be re-worn to the ‘developing world’ – generating a cleaner, brighter future for everyone.
We accept clothes, hats, scarves, shoes (pairs only), handbags, bed linen and curtains.
Any items can be dropped off at the main school office. All of your donations are much appreciated.
World Book Day
We celebrated World Book Day with a non uniform day. The children loved getting dressed up and talking to their peers about their favourite character/book.
Our swimming team took part in a gala in Cookstown Leisure Centre recently. They did our school proud! Thank you Mrs Hassan and Mrs McCloy for helping get the team ready!
Our annual Book Fair will be held from Monday 4th March to Thursday 7th March.
The stands will be open in the Main Assembly Hall from 8.45am each morning and at all class finish times, displaying books suitable for all children from Nursery to Primary Seven.
Your child will receive a brochure for the Fair from their teacher and also a £1 World Book Day token which can be used to discount £1 from their total book purchase. Every purchase at the Fair will make a difference to our school, as we will be given a percentage of our total sales back as FREE BOOKS for our school!
The Book Fair has always been a successful event in our school and we look forward to your support this year.
School Disco & Non Uniform Day
Friday 15th February 2019
£2 per child / £5 per family (towards school funds)
Visit our e-safety page to find out more about Internet Safety Day in Holy Trinity P.S.
St Brigid's Day Assembly
Well Done to Amy Sheehy and Michael Lennon who played during half time at the Tyrone v Mayo game on Sunday 3rd February.
Friends of Holy Trinity
A massive thanks to everyone who attended last nights quiz!! What a fun evening indeed!
A special mention to our host venue Killymoon Golf Club and of course the inimitable Quiz Master of the night FQ... Who made our event such a success.
Once again thanks to all who donated gifts for the raffle.
A total of £820 was raised which will contribute to essential items for the school.
Christmas in Holy Trinity
For the first time in Holy Trinity all the pupils from nursery to primary 7 had the opportunity to participate in a Christmas production or Carol Service. All of these shows were beautiful events celebrating the true meaning of Christmas. A big thank you to all the staff and pupils for their preparations and hard work to make them so meaningful.
Click on the images below to see more photographs.
Whoops a Daisy Angel in the Nursery
Primary 1 Sing a Song for Christmas
Primary 2 & 3 Carol Service
Mid Ulster in Harmony 2019
Open Day 2018
Our Open Day was held on Wednesday 2018. It was very well attended by perspective parents. They were very impressed with the staff and pupils who were present.
On Friday 4th January, teachers and classroom assistants from nursery to Primary 7 took part in training focusing on Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Alicia Hughes, from the Autism Advisory and Intervention Service, provided very comprehensive training , helping us to understand the Triad of Impairments associated with ASD and offering advice on transition from home to nursery and primary 1 as well as ways to adapt our classroom environment and teaching strategies to suit pupils with ASD.
We have received a very kind donation of beautiful hand knitted baby cardigans (some with hats) - sizes are 0 to 6 months. We aim to sell these at a cost of £5 each to raise money for school funds. Please call into the general office if you are interested. Thank you.
Holy Trinity are Recycling Heroes
Our pupils participated in European Week of Waste Reduction 17th-25th November 2018. During this week we brought in old batteries to recycle and took part in a recycling quiz.
It is very important to dispose of batteries correctly as they contain toxic and harmful chemicals that can cause pollution to the soil and water.
We have collected over 500 batteries so far! If you have any old batteries in your home, make sure to bring them into school! Miss Cush’s classroom is the collection point.
Our colleagues at Holy Trinity College invites parents to a short information evening on Thursday 22nd November @ 6.00pm – 7.30pm to learn how to use one of our powerful classroom technology tools, Read & Write, in the home to help your child achieve their full potential.
Visit text.help/parent-info for details.
Download our App!
Our school website allows us to have an app where all information relating to school life can be accessed. This app keeps all parents/guardians engaged in all school activities by sending all essential information directly to your mobile.
You can download the app for free.
For iOS users:
To find the app in the App Store, simply search for School Jotter and download the app powered by Webanywhere.
You might also want to use this link: https://apple.co/2oGDD64
For Android users:
To find the app in the Google Play Store, simply search for School Jotter and download the app.
You might also want to use this link: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details…
You can also use our QR code to find the School Jotter app!
The first code is for iPhones and the second is for android users.
Anti bullying week 2018
Get involved and help #stopbullying
Anti bullying Week 2018 is being held between the 12th and 16th November and is organised by Anti-Bullying Alliance. This year the theme is 'Choose Respect'. During the week we will be promoting RESPECT throughout the whole school. There will be a special assembly reminding children that the effects of bullying has a massive impact on all individuals.
Follow the events on social media using #antibullyingweek and #abw18.
Help our pupils become Recycling Heroes!
If you have any old household batteries at home please give them to your child to deposit in our school battery recycling box. Our school will be entered into Mid Ulster Council’s draw to win recycling bins for our school.
Most types of batteries can be collected including:
- All AAA and AA • Sizes C and D• Button batteries (e.g. watch batteries)• Mobile phone batteries• Laptop batteries• Powertool batteries
Meet our Student Council
There was a huge response in Miss Cush's class to the invitation to design a poster advertising the coffee morning.
Well done to all the boys and girls who took the time to create bright and informative posters, many of which are showcased around the school.
Congratulations to the creators of the following posters...voted for by their classmates:
Joint Second Place
(Click on the names to view the posters)
Key Stage 2
A showcase conference of good practice in Shared Education
The Cookstown partnership was asked to attend with their display showing what happens in our schools. The conference took place in Glenavon and special guests included Derek Baker DE Perm Sec, Professor Paul Connolly, QUB and ETI. A great occasion celebrating the work that is happening not only around Northern Ireland but also here in Cookstown.
Maths Week 2018
Maths Week in Primary 2
Solving Real Life Maths Problems in Primary 7
Miss Cush's Class enjoy Maths Week!
Maths Week in Miss Doyle's Primary 7 Class
Celebrating Shared Education in Cookstown
October's edition of Trinity News will keep you up to date with life at Holy Trinity PS.