A message from our principal.
Coronavirus - Key Public Health Advice:
schools are following Public Health Agency Advice: www.publichealth.hscni.
refer to this website regularly as information will be continually updated.
Public Health Agency Advice is:-
if you cough or sneeze use a tissue to cover your nose and mouth.
Throw tissue away carefully in bin after use.
wash hands carefully
The main method that can prevent further spread of infectious viruses is good personal hygiene.
World Book Day Fun
Congratulations to all our pupils for coming to school dressed up as their favourite book characters. Have a look at our pictures to see how fantastic they looked!
P7 made digital books and read these to P1.
P3 had great fun working together to do a World Book Day quiz.
P6 created puppets of their favourite book characters.
A huge congratulations to Jude Kelly P6 who has become a word millionaire in Accelerated Reading already this year! Really well done Jude!
Primary 1 having lots of fun playing in the snow together.
Have a look at the lovely pictures of Primary 4 playing in the snow.
Primary 6 made yummy pancakes on Pancake Tuesday.
Hurling and Camogie every Thursday with Mr Devlin from 2.45pm to 3.45pm.
Cheerleading classes every Monday with Mrs Mc Laughlin for P7 from 2.45pm to 3.45pm.
Volley ball classes every Tuesday at 2.45pm with an instructor.
Our Misson Statement
St. Patrick's Primary School is committed to delivering a high quality education which prepares its pupils to take their place in society. This high quality education is delivered through the values of the catholic faith, values which promote respect, caring, forgiveness, compassion, understanding, tolerance and love. St. Patrick's remains committed to these values.