People Who Help Us
The Nursery children are currently learning about people who help us. We are very lucky to have had two special visitors come to our Nursery to talk about their job and how they help people every day.
Violet's daddy came to visit us on Friday 9th February. Mr Jeffers is a dentist and he talked to us about the importance of keeping our teeth healthy.
Alicia-Rose's daddy is a doctor. He came to visit us on Tuesday 20th February. Dr Graham told us about lots of the things that doctors can do to help us. We even got to see a real skeleton! We all thought it was very cool.
The Nursery children learned so much from these visitors. Thank you so much to Mr Jeffers and Dr Graham for taking time out of your busy days to come and visit the boys and girls in our Nursery!
Nursery Trip to Killymoon Castle
The Nursery children had lots of fun when they visited Killymoon Castle. We made crowns in nursery before the trip so that we could pretend to be Kings, Queens, Princes or Princesses on the day. Dorothy took us all on a tour of the castle. We danced in the ballroom, sat at the Giants' dinner table, looked for Cinderella's lost shoes and saw Rapunzel sleeping! Thank you so much to Dorothy. We had such a fun day!
Whoops a Daisy Angel
The boys and girls in our Nursery have worked very hard during the month of December to prepare their Christmas Nativity 'Whoops a Daisy Angel' for their families. Each class did a brilliant performance! Well done to all the children - you are superstars!
The McCord Project in Primary 2
Children in Primary 2 are participating in the ‘Mc Cord – Learning Through Art Project’ which is supported by Mrs Louise Byrne (art teacher) and Mrs. Clare Devlin (educational consultant). They are currently developing a selection of art skills within each class. After Christmas, we are looking forward to producing further pieces of art work in relation to our chosen projects.
Halloween in Nursery
The Nursery pupils couldn't wait to show off their special Halloween costumes at our Halloween dress up day.