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St. Mary's Primary School, Stewartstown

Facilities

We are so proud of our facilities in St. Mary’s Primary school. St. Mary’s boasts:

  • Spacious playground marked for playground activities supporting Active Breaks and Co-operation games;
  • Large grass area for sports such as rounders, soccer and gaelic football;
  • Junior school 'Active Learning' area – supporting children’s creative and social development;
  • Interactive White Boards in every classroom developing children’s ICT skills;
  • State of the Art Sports Hall and equipment developing children’s physical and social skills and capabilities;

Outdoor area for Reception

A new dedicated outdoor area for Reception and Primary 1 children enables staff and pupils to access and experience the great outdoors from their classroom. A bespoke decked boat – play and gardening area ensures that the pupils can have fun while learning about their environment

Library

Dedicated libraries for our Junior school(Reception- P3) and our senior school (P4-7) supported by our Parent librarian. Pupil's borrowing of books is monitored and in Term 2, pupil's identified by the Parent Librarian as having accessed the Library regularly and submitted interesting Book Reviews are rewarded at whole school assembly. 

Learning Support Room

Bespoke Learning Support room  fully resourced to support pupil's Literacy and Numeracy needs. Pupils identified from scores and teacher's monitoring access specific support in either Literacy or Numeracy in this quiet and supportive learning environment. 

16th Jan 2018
P.1 put on their wellies, hats, scarfs and coats to go outside and have some fun...
 
 
 
12th Jan 2018
Term 2 is off to a great start with the P1 class starting their investigations into...
 
 
 
8th Jan 2018
 
 
 
21st Dec 2017
Mrs Hamill’s class prove that hard work pays off with their ICT interactive...
 
 
 
20th Dec 2017
The children took part in a special mass  this morning in preparation for Christmas....
 
 
 
19th Dec 2017
Annie worked hard and received a lovely trophy for her Irish dancing.  Well...