Terrific Tropical Textiles

The topic for exploration in P4/5 this term has been The Rainforest.  The children have been excitedly finding out about many of the plants and animals living particularily in the Amazon rainforest, as well as learning about the geography and history of the Amazon Rainforest. Visiting student from St. Mary's University Twickenham, Brona Smith, became artist-in-residence for a textile piece »»»
News, Primary 4, Primary 5

50 Golden Balloons Take to the Sky in Cloughreagh

The launch of 50 golden balloons marked the official beginning of St. Peter's Primary School's 50th birthday celebrations this afternoon. With balloons provided by Lynda Ryan from Ballooning Fantastic, children, parents and staff at St. Peter's watched as the graceful, airborne journey began just after 3pm today. These skyward-bound balloons now have a story to tell, and it's one of »»»
50th Birthday Celebrations, Events

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

Bug Hotels are Un-BEElievable

This news report was written by Eco-Committee members; Eilis, David, Jack and Melise. On the 20th January 2015, the Eco-Committee presented a PowerPoint to Key Stage 2 during Assembly, as they needed four new members to join their exciting team. During the presentation they explained last year's activities and discussed upcoming tasks for 2015. The Eco-Committee outlined a competition they »»»
Eco-Committee, News

St. Peter’s Celebrates 50 Years Making a Difference

2015 will mark a very important milestone in the history of St. Peter’s Primary School, Cloughreagh. This year, the school will celebrate 50 years of educational provision at its Cloughreagh site. Opening its doors in August 1965, the school has undergone many changes.  One constant throughout all those years has been the deep-rooted school ethos of fostering, supporting and nurturing »»»
Announcements, Events, News

Catholic Schools Week 2015: Called to Serve

All during the week of 26th January 2015, our school will be celebrating Catholic Schools Week. This annual celebration of Catholic education gives us all the opportunity to be more aware of the unique contribution that our Catholic schools make to Irish life. The theme this year is Catholic Schools: Called to Serve During this week we invite you to take time to reflect on the service that »»»

School Council Tuck Shop Success

St.Peter’s School Council welcomed the New Year with an extremely productive meeting. The children were full of chat and the buzz in the staffroom showed just how excited the Council truly are about their new roles. The first venture of 2015 was to run a 'Tuck Shop' on the morning of Friday 16th January. The aim was to raise money for a gift donation, which was to be presented to »»»
Fundraising, Primary 4, Primary 5, Primary 6, Primary 7, School Council

St Peter’s Mourns Passing of Former Principal

On Tuesday 17th January, St Peter's bid a sad farewell to one of its founding fathers when Malachy McGeeney RIP was laid to rest in St Malachy's Cemetery, Camlough. In September 1965, he was one of only five teachers who opened this school.  Six years later, in September 1971, he was appointed Vice Principal and continued in this post until he became our second Principal in September »»»

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