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P2 beach trip

Our Primary 2 children enjoyed a sunny day at Seapark Beach yesterday.  We built lots of sandcastles on the beach and collected shells before having a paddle in the water!  

We had a lovely ice-cream and finished our day with some fun at the playpark.  What a super, fun-filled day!


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Whole school RNLI visit

A huge thank you to Olivia, a volunteer from the RNLI, who came into school on Thursday to teach us about how to keep safe at the beach. 

We learned about the various RNLI flags and know to swim in between the red and yellow flags when on the beach.  We were advised to wear bright swim wear (not blue, white or black) so the lifeguards can see us easily and to NEVER bring inflatable beach toys into the water.  We met Rescue Ryan and Rescue Rachel who helped the children role play an RNLI rescue! 

Thank you to everyone who donated to the RNLI and raise £260 which was presented to Olivia to give to the RNLI on behalf of Waringstown Primary School. 


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The Amazing Journey

On May 16th and 17th we had the privilege of welcoming The Amazing Journey into our school.

P1 - P7 were taken on an amazing journey through both the Old and New Testament stories with different characters sharing their stories with us. Our boys are girls also had an opportunity to dress up and try some food from many years ago. 

A huge thank you to James and his team of fantastic volunteers from Moira Baptist for making this possible.

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Author Tim Bailie Visits WPS

We were very privileged to welcome the author, Tim Bailie into school.  Every class had the opportunity to meet him and take part in a session where he introduced and read one of his books, ‘Mouse and the Moon Rocket.’  Tim talked to the children about the moral of the story which is to always help others and never worry about asking for help when we need it.

It was an inspiring day for the children to meet an author and hopefully this will encourage the children to keep reading for enjoyment and maybe even try writing a story of their own.

Thank you to all who purchased Tim’s book.  He was blown away by the support and generosity.  We hope you enjoy reading the story at home.

You can check out his website and other books using the link below.


World Down Syndrome Day

Today, marks World Down Syndrome Day. It was great to see the children coming to school with their crazy hairstyles and brightly coloured socks. We would like to thank you for your kind donations for the Goal Line Youth Trust, a charity which has helped Lucie and her family throughout her childhood. If you haven’t already donated and would like to, please do so via Eduspot. Please view the images below.

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Suzie visits Primary 7

Suzie Taylor visited Primary 7 on Tuesday afternoon to run a workshop all about identity and characteristics we all aspire to: Love, Joy, Peace, Patience, Kindness, Goodness, Faithfulness and Self-control. It was a fun packed afternoon of games, thought provoking questions and drama. We are all looking forward to Suzie's return in June for the 'It's Your Move' programme.

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Portadown Speech and Drama Festival 2024

At this year's festival Waringstown Primary School again achieved tremendous results in the Primary School Classes.

Out of the classes entered the school received four 1st places, ten 2nd places, ten 3rd places and sixteen certificates of High Commendation.

Ellie Woods won the 'Flower Shop' Cup at the final awards ceremony.

It is to Mrs Brown's great credit that she provides such a wonderful enrichment to the children's education and to sustain such a high quality of success over the years.

Congratulations to ALL who took part and THANK YOU to Mrs J Brown!

P7 Girl's Hockey- McCloy Tournament

The girl’s hockey team travelled to Lurgan College to participate in the McCloy cup tournament.

The girl’s had a tough section. Their first match was against a tough Millington team, which they managed to secure a 1-0 win.

Next was Maralin and the girls drew nil all.

The next two matches were against two strong teams, Bocombra and Kingspark.

The girls put up a great fight but were beaten in both matches.

Well done to all involved. 

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