Going for Gold!

Shortly before the Halloween break, some of our pupils achieved great success on the sporting front - on a national stage too - which is even more impressive! First up was our team of swimmers.  Representing St. Peter’s at the Swim Ulster Regional Minor School Championships, sisters Kayla (P5) and Leona (P6) McCartney, Amy Lee Hart (P6) and Sean Carragher (P7) journeyed to Bangor, to »»»

Footballers Get The Season Underway

Our boys’ and girls’ football teams travelled to Shane O’Neills Camlough, on Thursday morning, for the first Football Blitz of the school year. After some heavy rain on Wednesday, teams were happy to be greeted with sunshine and blue skies as they prepared for their matches at the foot of Camlough Mountain. Our keen St. Peter’s teams (consisting of girls and boys from Primary 6 and 7) »»»

Keep On Running!

On Tuesday 23rd May, a talented bunch of eager athletes from St. Peter's headed off to Kilbroney to take part in Newry, Mourne and Down Council’s Cross Country event. In total, fifty two children from Primary Five, Six and Seven took part in the keenly contested races, supported by their cheering teammates and adults on the sidelines.    On what turned out to be a very »»»
Primary 5, Primary 6, Primary 7, Sport

Player and Manager Profiles

Girls’ All-County Spring League Finals

The girls headed off to St. Michael’s G.A.C. in Newtownhamilton on Wednesday 22nd April, to take part in the county finals organised by Cumann na mBunscol Ard Mhacha, in association with Allianz. The girls had played really well in their qualifying round and had been putting a tremendous effort into their training sessions each Tuesday after school, along with lots of laughs and giggles »»»
News, Primary 6, Primary 7, Sport

Fantastic Football at Indoor Finals

On Wednesday 11th February, two teams headed off to Silverbridge GAC to take part in the Allianz Cummann na mBunscol Indoor County Finals. The day started off for the boys with an end to end game against a well organised Armagh C.B.S.  Both sides racked up a huge score in a game that was to set the tone for the day in terms of commitment, skill level and passion. Unfortunately, for our »»»
Primary 7, Sport

Armagh GAA Primary Schools Grand Draw

The boys and girls and their families have been very busy during term one at St Peter's this year.  In an effort to raise much needed funds for both school and club, each household was asked to sell one book of tickets for the Armagh GAA Primary Schools Draw.  The draw (which takes place every two years) is an excellent fundraiser for St Peter's as well as enhancing games and coaching »»»
Fundraising, News, Sport

Football Teams on their way to County Finals!

The hard work and dedication shown by the girls and boys attending weekly after school training sessions for Gaelic Football is paying off. Last week, a squad of St Peter's girls headed to Silverbridge to take part in the regional heats. Fantastic skill and determination was shown by all of the teams who took part but to their credit the St Peter's girls managed to top the group, which means »»»
Primary 6, Primary 7, Sport

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