Primary 5

Primary 5 Enjoy Bricks4Kidz Workshop

Primary 5 pupils ended their year on a high today.  They were delighted to welcome Barbara from Bricks4Kidz into school.  They had the opportunity to build Lego mosaics, 3D Lego structures and also enjoyed some free play with Lego.  All children were engaged and enjoyed working together to build their LEGO creations.  Take a look through our gallery to see what we built!

Primary 5 Visit Lough Neagh Discovery Centre

Primary 5 enjoyed a visit to Lough Neagh Discovery Centre at Oxford Island.  Their current topic is Living Things within the World Around Us and they have been busy preparing for this visit.  The children enjoyed the opportunity to walk around the extensive grounds, identifying flowers and minibeasts.  They also got to hunt for minibeasts and go pond dipping.

The children really enjoyed the educational visit and gained much from it. Follow the link to find out more about Lough Neagh Discovery Centre:  Please click on Read More to view our photographs and enjoy!

Primary 5 Participate In Reading Buddy Scheme

Primary 5 from both classes have recently been visiting Primary 1 to experience being Reading Buddies.  The Primary 5 children enjoyed taking on this responsible role while the Primary 1 children enjoyed this lovely experience of the older children reading to them.  This scheme continues to develop as we approach the end of Term 2.

Primary 5 Visit Navan Centre, Armagh

Primary 5 recently visited the Navan Centre to participate in an Ancient Egyptian morning of workshops.  The children studied Ancient Egypt in Term 1 and this was a great opportunity for them to revise and display their knowledge on this topic.  An exciting morning of mummification, farming and designing headdresses was enjoyed by all! Take a look through our gallery to see what we got up to:

Fire Service NI Visit Primary 5

Primary 5 were recently visited by the Northern Ireland Fire Service. The children were given a safety talk by the officers in class, they really enjoyed and benefited greatly from this very worthwhile and educational annual visit. A special thank you to the Lurgan Branch of NI Fire Service who were fantastic in relaying their safety message.