Our P1 and P2 visited the Speewell Trust Parkanaur Dungannon with our Shared Education Partners Clontibret National School! They had a great day exploring the great outdoors taking part in many outdoor activities with their new friends!
Well done to our team runners who completed their final heat of the Athletics NI Cross-Country competition in Armagh yesterday. It was an incredibly difficult course, with very cold and wet conditions! We are very proud of all of our runners who gave their all and represented their school community
Our Past Pupil Ronan received a Civic Reception hosted by the deputy mayor Paul Duffy in recognition of Ronan’s buddy friendship with Fabian which began when Ronan was in P7 and Fabian was in P1. Ronan has continued his friendship with Fabian over the last 4 years, supporting Fabian during times
This week sees the end of an excellent 6 week PDMU programme for P6 run by Burns’ Soccer School. Each week the children learned about a different aspect of PDMU from leadership to stereotyping. Alex led the programme with practical, exciting activities where the children worked in teams to compl
Following P3s fantastic assembly Advent is well and truly under way throughout the school. P6 are celebrating the season of Advent with a special focus each day to help them prepare for the birth of Jesus. Thanks to Molly and her lovely Granny Freda, P6 have a beautiful Advent Calendar in their disp
Congratulations to our school who has been awarded The Cumann na mBunscol Level 3 Participation Award in recognition of our school’s commitment and participation in Cumann na mBunscol’s GAA Programme and Activities!
Congratulations to our Derrynoose Has Got Talent 2018 Class Winners; Sarah P4 Gymnastics; Jack P5 Tin Whistle; Ben P6 Pipes and Colleen P7 Piano! This years standard was absolutely fantastic – Well done to all the children. A special congratulations to Colleen who is our overall school winne
p3 had a great day on Tuesday at Armagh County Museum. They are studying Toys as part of their World Around Us topic and got to see old and unusual toys. A great day was had by all and many thanks to Mrs Quinn and Helena for their support in assisting the children.
Our Primary 2 class had great fun when they visited Build a Bear in Belfast yesterday as part of their WAU Topic on Bears!! They really enjoyed and engaged in the experience and were full of glee today as they showed their new friends off to the rest of the school! Thanks to Mrs Warner, [&hellip