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St. Mary's Primary School, Stewartstown

Extended Schools Programme

A tremendous programme of activities for the school and local community runs from September to April each year. This programme is funded by D.E. and is dependent on St. Mary's working with other schools in the locality and by the support of the community on attending the activities.

These activities are either based in our sports hall or at a local partner school. A detailed programme detailing dates and venues is issued to all children at the beginning of each term.

Activities planned for this year include:

Term 1 Term 2
Numeracy  Drama
Gardening Art
Literacy Darts Club
Drama Music - Drumming
Multi Skills Multi Skills
 Art Literacy & Numeracy 

Each year as part of the 'Cairn Cluster' - St. Mary's, Ballytrea and Hillhead P.S. the three schools organise a range of activities to support and enhance the children's experiences in the curriculum. This year we are training teachers and classroom assistants in each school in a literacy programme to enrich and extend children's language. 

 

 

17th Nov 2017
A beautiful crisp November morning and the P1 class were demonstrating their creativity...
 
 
 
13th Nov 2017
Pupils responding so kindly to our annual Shoe Box Appeal. We were delighted to see...
 
 
 
7th Nov 2017
Primary 5 and 6 children working hard and having fun with Irish language tutor Kathleen....
 
 
 
3rd Nov 2017
Certificates were awarded for the 3R's- Resilience, Responsibility and Respect, during...
 
 
 
3rd Nov 2017
Mr McGahan's P5 and P6 performing their assembly on friendship. After showing...
 
 
 
26th Oct 2017
Don’t forget School closed for Mid term break- Monday,Tuesday and Wednesday...
 
 
 
25th Oct 2017
P.1 children worked hard to colour in their trick or treat bags in time for...
 
 
 
20th Oct 2017
What a lovely surprise to see Mrs Marron and her baby boy Lorcan in school yesterday....
 
 
 
18th Oct 2017
Gardening Club planted crocus bulbs today in the shape of the Star of David to commemorate...
 
 
 
18th Oct 2017
Storm Ophelia may be gone but she left us lots of wonderful leaves to play with.