Applications are now closed for the post of Principal
This week is Anti-bullying week and the theme for this year is “United against Bullying”.
Throughout the week your child will take part in a number of lessons in their class that look at the area of bullying.
To help highlight this important issue we are planning to have some fun with a “Silly Socks Day” on Friday 20th November. Children are encouraged to come to school wearing silly/odd socks and to bring £1 which will go to Children In Need.
This is an opportunity to encourage people to express themselves and celebrate their individuality and what makes us all unique!
First Holy Communion
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During this time of school closure we want to reassure all our parents and pupils that we continue to be available to support you if you have a concern or worry of a safeguarding nature. Please complete the attached form and a member of the Pastoral Team will try to respond to you within 48 hours. Stay safe at this time.
Anonymously report an issue here https://swgfl.org.uk/whisper/hip1/
Staying apart better together
School is open although the Nursery is temporarily closed until t.10.2020.
UPDATE: due to COVID-19 the recruitment for PRINCIPAL has been temporarily suspended until the autumn. The Board of Governors thank you for your interest in our school and apologise for any inconvenience caused.
Congratulations to our Supercitizens and classes with the highest attendance in each zone for February
Look at the wonderful displays around the school
Welcome to our school website! As you navigate your way through this site I hope that your overwhelming impression is that we are a nurturing school. I hope you see a school which offers your child opportunities to learn and to achieve – a school which develops and enriches your child through their daily experiences.
Most especially we are an Integrated school and in this environment we talk about who we are and what we believe – we respect our own and others cultures and backgrounds and take on the challenges that living in Northern Ireland continues to present.
We are a Forest school and develop the curriculum through outdoor learning. We are proud of this and of our Eco School Status. We aim to help each child fulfil their potential and aspire to give them skills to be wonderful citizens of the future. I invite you to come and visit and see for yourself and look forward to meeting you in the near future!
Latest Our School Calendar Events
- School closes for the Christmas holidays at 12md18Dec2020
- Christmas Holidays21Dec2020