Beauty and the Beast pantomime at the Lyric, Belfast.
New P1 Open Night - Thursday 14th December.
P6 & P7 Pupil Wellbeing Workshops with Gina Mc Donald, EA.
Making Autumn Lanterns in LSC3.
Pupils of the Month for October!
Building Communities in Nurture!
Mr Sparkles celebrates his birthday with the boys and girls in St Colmcille's
Nurture Reward Trip
As a reward for all the hard work and effort of the boys and girls in Nurture we decided it was time for a special reward. In class we decided that what we needed was a class pet- something we could have ownership of, take care of and nurture. We voted and decided we would get a pet fish. We took the bus to Newcastle to get our pet fish. What a lucky bunch we are; meet Nemo!
Newest Addition to the Nurture Group
P6, P7 and LSC Felting Workshops.
Pupils of the Week - 06/10/2017.
P6 Problem Solving and Reasoning Challenge.
New School Councillors for 2017-2018.
P4 & LSC3 Art Workshop with Sacred Heart Primary School, Dundrum.
Ted visits Nurture!
Congratulations to the Nurture boys on their reintegration. We are all very proud of your progress!
Prize Giving Assembly Winners June 2017
The planned building works are progressing well and remain on schedule. It is very pleasing to see the new structures taking shape. Once completed we will have a new front of school, new reception area, office spaces and a purpose-built SEN room. Towards the back of the school there will be a new entrance, security measures and additional CCTV.
St. Colmcille's wins HP Digital Schools of Distinction Award!!!
BBC Ten Pieces II Project
Key Stage 2 pupils from St. Colmcille’s P.S enjoyed a six week music club which focused on their BBC Ten Pieces II project responding to ‘The Lark Ascending’ composed by Vaughan Williams. After engaging in class activities which explored listening, emotional responses to music and graphic scores, pupils used drawing and sketch apps on ipads to create their own peaceful landscapes. With further development and exploration into Vaughan Williams’ own experiences, pupils suggested looking to our own locality for inspiration. Pupils chose a photograph of the local Quoile countryside park as the feature of their next creative response and used photo editing websites and apps to reflect the tone of the music and the contrast between Vaughan Williams’ experiences. These finished creations have been submitted to BBC Ten Pieces national website to be judged and acknowledged by accomplished musicians and composers.
A Day in the Life of St. Colmcille's Primary School.
Eco Gardens Big Clean-Up!
Social Skills Group - Lego Club.
St. Colmcille's Eco Schools - Northern Ireland Translink Winners!
ASDA Healthy Eating Workshop.