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Recent News

A very special welcome to our new Primary Ones for September
        Primary Seven Leavers 2020
We would like to pay a special tribute to a truly amazing P7 class.....

Congratulations to all the children who have registered and are taking part in the Virtual Sports Day NI activities. We can see you are having a lot of fun and challenging yourselves in many ways. We want to celebrate the children’s achievements to date so here are some of the activities you all have been taking part in.

Niamh Mc Mullan, Fionn Doran and Callum Laverty. These three have been very busy taking part in games activities, running, walking, soccer and Niamh even did a marathon challenge. Well done!!

Rose Mc Lean, Cillian Laverty  and Caitie-Leigh Laverty. Rose and Caitie –Leigh both took part in the Welly Boot Toss. Rose also did the Super Strong challenge and Caitie-Leigh did the long jump. Cillian has done an obstacle course, high jump and sprint. Keep up the good work!

Martin Maynes, Lucas Maynes and Caitrin Mc Mullan. Caitrin, Martin and Lucas have taken part in the Egg and Spoon Shuttle. Martin and Lucas have also done the Super Strong Challenge and Caitrin did the high jump. Great work everyone!

Eda Mc Carry and Ronin Morrison.

Eda has been taking part in the Super Strong Challenge, yoga/meditation and even ran 5k! Ronin has been busy playing basketball, soccer and doing Martial Arts! We really are very impressed!

Cathan Morrison, Oona Morrison and Odhran Connolly.

Cathan has been busy gaining points by playing soccer and basketball and healthy eating by participating in the Fruit Challenge! Oona gained points for increasing her water intake, completing a workout and exercising on her trampoline. Odhran gained his points by taking part in PE with Joe wicks, walking and no screen time or devices at bedtime. Excellent work everyone!

Ruby Mc Auley, Dara Mc Auley and Cahal Mc Mullan . Ruby and Dara have taken part in Sprints while Cahal has been busy with the High jump and Egg and Spoon shuttle. Well done!

A huge round of applause to these children for taking part, we are very proud of all your achievements.

We are delighted with the fantastic achievement of two of our Primary Five pupils. The Kelly sisters, Caoimhe and Niamh, have both followed in the recent success of their brother Jude by becoming our school's newest Accelerated Reading 'Word Millionaires'! What a terrific achievement for the Kelly family!
Caoimhe and Niamh we are so proud of you both on this tremendous achievement. Congratulations to you both!
Previous Word Millionaires:
  • Jude Kelly P6
  • Dylan Mc Kendry P7

Accelerated Reading

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:-  

      CATCH It

      BIN IT

      KILL IT

  • 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.

Learning from Home


Mrs Crooks' Nursery Children are making the most of lockdown completing fun activities..




Story time with Mrs Crooks

We hope the Nursery children are enjoying their

Story time with Mrs Crooks. We are loving all the messages from Rebekah, Caolan, Paudie, Isla, Cormac and Oona who has requested 'The Three Little Pigs'.

Don't forget to tune in every week!

Primary 1

Well done P1, you have been working so hard

and learning lots.  I think we have a good balance of work and fun sorted, as your photographs show.



Primary 2 

P2 have been very busy and just look at all this beautiful work...


Primary 3

Some children from P3 showing their beautiful work from home...



Primary 6

Some lovely photographs of our P6 pupils involved in very creative a activities...

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.

St Patrick's Primary School & Nursery Unit

73 Shelton Road, Loughguile, County Antrim, BT44 9JR