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Happy Halloween!

We have had a fun filled week on the run up to half term.

The week began with our photographer Dougie in on Monday to take individual and family photos. Everyone was looking great and putting on their best smiles - look out for the information to buy them after half term.

On Tuesday Kiera,…

Posted by Judith Hackett on 25 October 2019

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Harvest Time

This morning was our Harvest Assembly. Everyone brought in some food for the Harvest table including lots and lots of tinned potatoes and sugar which is what Storehouse asked us to donate, along with other tinned goods. Aidan from Storehouse took our assembly and set a teamwork challenge which…

Posted by Judith Hackett on 18 October 2019

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Autumn Time

Everyone is loving Autumn - the colours around our school are looking fantastic!

The Nursery children had a great day - first they decorated the tree in their own outdoor area then they explored the grounds of the main school finding lots of different coloured leaves.

P5 and P6 had a visit…

Posted by Judith Hackett on 11 October 2019

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Delamont Survivors!

Well done to our P6 children who survived 3 days and 2 nights at Delamont Outdoor Education Centre. They had an amazing time doing so many new exciting things including canoeing, night walk, adventure walk in Tollymore, climbing wall, archery, nightlife and driving a speedboat. They were all…

Posted by Judith Hackett on 4 October 2019

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Bringing books to life!

P5 had a fantastic Roald Dahl day on Friday - they looked amazing in the costumes of their favourite characters, they ate and drank chocolate and designed their own chocolate bars. They also took assembly and told us many, many facts about Roald Dahl and his stories.

We had our PTA AGM on…

Posted by Judith Hackett on 29 September 2019

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Celebration Assemblies

We love assemblies on Friday mornings when we celebrate the success of the Stars of the Week and any birthdays that week. Each week has a different theme and prizes are awarded for the best that week, it might be for reading, listening, Art, being a good friend, etc.

We also enjoy assemblies as…

Posted by Judith Hackett on 20 September 2019

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All settled in school for a new year.

It is the 13th September and already our Primary One children know their routines, are coming into the playground by themselves, lining up, doing tasks and enjoying snack before some outdoor play.

The Nursery children are also coming in each morning ready for fun and excitment with their new…

Posted by Judith Hackett on 13 September 2019

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First Assembly - P1

Well done to Primary One today who took their first ever assembly. They taught us all about different zoo animals and showed us how clearly they could speak out, how fabulous they are at drawing, making models and animal sounds and how good they are at singing action songs!

Well done also to…

Posted by Judith Hackett on 17 May 2019

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Talent!

This week has shown us how much talent we have in school - acting, singing, dancing and sporting abilities.

The P6 and P7 were all amazing in their show Ye-Ha! - such fabulous acting and confident soloists! The P5 were a fantastic choir at the front and really got into the music. We hope…

Posted by Judith Hackett on 5 April 2019

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Mothers’ Day

The Nursery Mums or Grannies had a lovely treat today at the Nursery Mothers’ Day Tea Party. We hope all mummies are spoilt this weekend!

Thank you to all parents who attended the Nursery and P1-5 Parent-Teacher consultations this week.We know some people have to get out of work or arrange…

Posted by Judith Hackett on 29 March 2019

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Never a dull moment!

Yet another busy week in Dunmurry Primary School.

On Monday the P3’s headed to St Colman’s PS for their next Shared Education day with all their new friends and the P5’s were lucky to get a free rugby coaching session with a qualified coach.

On Tuesday everyone from P1-P7 enjoyed Science…

Posted by Judith Hackett on 15 March 2019

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World Book Day

It was World Book Day on Thursday. To mark it each class learnt a favourite poem or rhyme to perform in a special assembly, certificates were awarded for reading and the older children read with younger ones. Everyone enjoyed getting together with another class to share the love of books. We were…

Posted by Judith Hackett on 8 March 2019

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