Recycling: It’s no WASTE of time!

Today, Lucinda Scott, from Newry, Mourne and Down District Council visited St. Peter's Primary School to deliver a programme aimed at helping the children to learn about the 'Reduce, Reuse, Recycle' programme. Lucinda, who spoke to the children in Key Stage groups, provided lots of interesting information and practical activities, with a touch of recycling humour! Foundation and Key Stage »»»
Eco-Committee

Create, Connect and Share Respect

At an assembly highlighting this year's Safer Internet Day message, Create, Connect and Share Respect, Mr Campbell began by reminding Key Stage 2 children that the responsibility for online behaviour lies with each and every one of us.  It is our choice how we behave online, and with whom we communicate.  To help the children understand, he compared the internet to a big city and reminded them »»»
Safer Internet

Soccer in the Sunshine!

One of the first pieces of post to land on Mr McParland’s desk following the Christmas holidays, was an invitation for some of our Primary Sixes to take part in the Newry High School Football Tournament. The news was greeted with great excitement and enthusiasm from the Primary Sixes, who were eager to show off their skills in the hope of being scouted as the next Messi, Pogba or Salah. »»»
Primary 6, Sport

Our Shared Language – Ár dTeanga Chomhroinnte

On Wednesday 31st January, Gearóid MacEoin from Conradh na Gaeilge visited the Primary 7 class to deliver a programme, highlighting Irish as a shared language.  The programme, which receives funding under the Central Good Relations Fund 2017/18, is part of a Language and Cultural Awareness scheme which fits in with the Executive's strategic framework for improving good relations. Conradh na »»»
Primary 7

Evie the Elf’s Christmas Message 🎄

School Council 2017/2018

Thursday 9th November marked the reveal of our incoming School Council.  The children of P4, P5, P6 and P7, along with staff, were delighted to welcome special guests; Grainne McCoy (The Apprentice 2016 finalist), Jake McCann and Niall Campbell (Head Boys representing St. Paul’s Students' Council), and Chairman of the Board of Governors, Mr. Michael Lynch. In preparation for their election »»»
News

🎄Meet Evie the Elf 🎄

Today, the Office had an unexpected visitor.  It's our Christmas elf, Evie! Evie the Elf settled in very quickly into Office duties, looking up the names of St. Peter's boys and girls on Ms Crozier's computer, to make sure she had checked them all off her list. Evie also brought a letter, to tell us a bit more about herself and about her stay at St. Peter's, which will end on 20th »»»
Christmas

Let’s Go Walking!

Not too long ago, the Primary Six children were invited to take part in a very exciting (and tiring) session of hillwalking.  This was organised through our involvement in the Extended Schools Programme and ran under the guidance of Phil and Colm Clarke, two very experienced leaders in the field of hillwalking and mountaineering. The children had a great time over the two days and we thought »»»
News, Primary 6

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