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What an amazing end of term it has been. We hope that you all have a relaxing and joyful Summer Holiday. Already looking forward to seeing you in September.


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  • Form 6 in Carlingford

    Form 6 in Carlingford

    Form 6 were lucky enough to be able to take part in the first overnight stay in Carlingford Adventure Centre this year. After we arrived we went straight to the Skypark to try out the high ropes course. This was Read More ...Read More »
  • Constantly Creating in KGA

    Constantly Creating in KGA

    Constantly creating, cutting and capacity in Kindergarten A (and can you spot our feathered friend who visited us?)Read More »
  • Mad About Minibeasts

    Mad About Minibeasts

    We have had so much fun over the past month exploring the topic of minibeasts in Kindergarten B. We read many different stories relating to this theme – ” What the ladybird heard”, ” Superworm ” and ” The very hungry Read More ...Read More »
  • Form 1 Orienteering

    Form 1 Orienteering

    Form 1 have been having lots of fun this term in our PE lessons. We have been doing simple orienteering and map reading. You can see us following our maps in the garden. There are a lot of permanent orienteering Read More ...Read More »
  • News From Form 2

    News From Form 2

    It has been a busy few weeks in Form 2. In P.E. we have started learning the Jerusalema Dance with Form 6. It was great fun and we really enjoyed being taught by Form 6. We had a visit from Read More ...Read More »
  • Form 3 History

    Form 3 History

    This week in History we learned all about the Famine. We talked about the causes and effects  of the famine, the workhouses and the famine ships. During our English lessons, the children then wrote letters to their loved ones back Read More ...Read More »
  • Cooking All Stars

    Cooking All Stars

    Form Four have been following the ‘Cooking All Stars’ programme. It is a primary school cooking programme, designed to introduce pupils to the knowledge and skills they need to get cooking and love good , healthy food. So far we Read More ...Read More »
  • Form 5 and ‘The Tempest’

    Form 5 and ‘The Tempest’

    Form 5 started looking at Shakespeare’s play ‘The Tempest’. The opening scene is of a storm at sea. We used the drama technique ‘still image’ to create this moment of dramatic tension at the very start of the play. We Read More ...Read More »

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