P7 Leavers 2020
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The summer term is always an exciting time of the year for all children, but for none more so than the Primary 7s. Every year our Primary 7 children look forward to the traditional trips, the Leaver’s Assembly and the farewell celebrations that mark the end of their time at St Patrick’s Primary school. Sadly, the current circumstances are preventing us from enjoying these lovely things, but we want to let all the Primary 7 students know what a huge impact they have had on the entire school community throughout their primary school journey. We are saying goodbye to a truly wonderful bunch of young friends who will be missed by everyone in our school community and hope they will visit us again soon. We wish them all the best in their new adventures and we are sure they will succeed in whatever path they choose.
The P7 boys and girls have showcased their many skills and talents throughout the years by performing in school plays and assemblies and have played an important part in many special masses and liturgical celebrations. United as a class, they have grown in maturity and respect through exciting programmes such as Fresh Little Minds and showed off their STEM skills through projects with Sentinus Young Innovators. They have also gained valuable life skills as all of our P7 students have completed Heart Start training and made lifelong friendships with the children at Broughshane Primary School through their Shared Education programme.
Our P7 students have demonstrated the potential to do amazing things by working hard to protect their local community and environment through both the Student Council and Eco Council. Above all, they have shown love and respect for everything in God's creation and developed powerful faith values of honesty, compassion, forgiveness and generosity that will stay with them forever.
This energetic class have really embraced an active lifestyle through their Daily Miles, lunchtime games and enthusiasm for every sport from table tennis and dancing, to their Friday swimming lessons – which were savoured as the highlight of the week! Our athletic stars have participated fantastically in the annual school sports days and have even taken part virtually this year with Healthy Kidz!
Good luck to all our P7 Superheroes!
A pleasure to teach and a blessing to know,
may the spirit of St Patrick’s be with you wherever you go.
Prepare to be amazed by the endless talents of this Harry Potter superfan. Lily can sew, sketch, build and craft everything from waterwheels to famine houses. Her clever riddles and witty jokes keep the whole P7 group entertained. At our annual Christmas concert, she played the lead role as Mary, stunning the audience with her beautiful solo song. She has showcased her bright mind at the Credit Union quiz and has become a Word Millionaire on Accelerated Reader! This year, she has showed off her sporting skills at the cheerleading club and represented the school in the North Antrim Cumann na mBunscol Cross Country Race.
Known for her witty sense of humour, Orlaith is sure to keep you laughing. This times-tables wizard can tackle the trickiest calculations and can decorate every page with her beautiful doodles. This year, she has used her intelligence at the Credit Union quiz and was a fabulous narrator in the Christmas play. She has also demonstrated great sporting skills as a valuable member of the cheerleading club.
Known for his quick feet and equally quick sense of humour, it’s no wonder that Caolan is a regarded a P7 superstar. He can challenge anyone to a game of football or a mental maths showdown, but you might struggle to keep up! He was a brave soldier in our annual Christmas concert and a valuable member of the Cumann na mBunscol quiz team. His sporting achievements this year have included North Antrim Cumann na mBunscol Cross Country Race and Indoor Hurling competition as well as dedicated participation in the afterschool GAA club.
A hurling star and a passionate farmer, JJ’s superhero talents are far and wide-reaching. He never misses an opportunity to make his friends smile and have some fun. This year, he played the role of a humble shepherd in our Christmas play and whizzed through countless books, smashing his Accelerated Reader target! JJ has represented the school and showcased his athletic abilities at the North Antrim Cumann na mBunscol Cross Country Race and Indoor Hurling competition.
Keeping people entertained with her humour and fun conversations is a superpower of Graci’s. She can often be found looking out for one of her younger siblings or playing camogie with her friends. This year, Graci was an elegant narrator in the Christmas play and her wonderful illustration of Mary and Jesus in the manger was the winning design for the promotional material for the play. Since September, Graci has been a powerful voice in the School Council and has showed off her athletic talents by participating in cheerleading and GAA clubs.
Mia can be called the P7 Picasso as she can draw everything she sets her mind to in fantastic detail. She loves to be involved in any sport, and usually gives the boys a challenging match on the football field. She has showcased her amazing athletic talents this year by participating in cheerleading and GAA clubs and even represented the school at the North Antrim Cumann na mBunscol Indoor Camogie competition. She also read beautifully as a narrator in our annual Christmas concert.
As a passionate football and hurling fan, Sean brings a competitive streak to the P7 superheroes. With his incredible mind, he can answer every question thrown at him and he has the power to astound you with his beautiful handwriting. He brought his brains to the Credit Union quiz team and was an outstanding narrator in our annual Christmas Concert. This year, Sean has displayed great sporting skills as a dedicated member of the afterschool GAA sessions.
Making people smile every day is one of Róise’s superpowers. She is armed with gymnastic talents and an amazing set of camogie skills and has put these abilities to use as a valuable member of the afterschool GAA and cheerleading clubs. She has represented the school on a number of occasions at the North Antrim Cumann na mBunscol Indoor Camogie competition and Cross Country Race. This year, Róise was a confident narrator in our annual Christmas concert and showcased her intelligence in the Cumann na mBunscol quiz.
For wisdom and intelligence, look no further than Eunan. He often saves the day with a wonderful word or a quick calculation and you can always rely on him to find peace on the hurling pitch.
He has showcased his sporting talents at the GAA club and North Antrim Cumann na mBunscol Cross Country Race and brought his brains to the Credit Union quiz this year. He beautifully narrated our annual Christmas concert and has represented the student voice as a member of School Council.
Katie’s superhero talents include lightning fast doubles and a fierce competitive streak. This year, Katie was a lovely sheep in the Christmas concert and became the lucky winner of a trip to the Armagh Planetarium after showing a range of excellent skills at Our Lady of Lourdes open day. Since September, Katie has demonstrated her amazing athletic talents by participating in cheerleading and GAA clubs and even represented the school at the North Antrim Cumann na mBunscol Indoor Camogie competition.
Prepare to be amazed by Sophie’s creative superpowers. She’ll impress you with her wide range of talents, from dancing and gymnastics to storytelling and drawing. Her cheerful smile brightens up the playground and she will always be surrounded by her group of friends. This year, Sophie was an elegant narrator in the Christmas play and has demonstrated super sporting skills as a member of the afterschool GAA and cheerleading clubs.
With his passion for reading and amazing goalkeeping skills, Dylan is an incredible P7 superhero. He can often be found playing his guitar or delving into the next book in the Harry Potter series. He has showcased his bright mind at the Cumann na mBunscol quiz and has become a Word Millionaire on Accelerated Reader, well done Dylan! This year, he has showed off his sporting skills by representing the school in the North Antrim Cumann na mBunscol Indoor Hurling competition.
With her kind spirit and endless energy, Caoimhe is an amazing P7 superhero. She can often be found impressing her friends with her dancing or astounding people with her artistic talents. This year, Caoimhe was a beautiful angel in our annual Christmas concert and displayed her intelligence in the Cumann na mBunscol quiz. Since September, she has showed off her incredible sporting skills by participating in the North Antrim Cumann na mBunscol Cross Country Race and cheerleading club.
With his quiet manner and determined attitude, there is no denying that Daire is a valuable member of the P7 squad. His superpowers include his constant consideration for others and his ability to look out for all his friends. This year, Daire showed his style and grace as a sophisticated King in our annual Christmas concert and has been a dedicated and talented member of the afterschool GAA sessions.
Fun, friendships and farming expertise are never lacking when Jayden is around. He has a special talent for making people laugh and never misses a game of football at lunchtime. This year, Jayden was a royal King in our annual Christmas concert and has showcased his sporting talents through dedicated participation in the GAA club. He even represented the school at the North Antrim Cumann na mBunscol Indoor Hurling competition.
If it’s kindness and respect you need, look no further than Kelsie. She can make people’s day with a smile or a compliment and has a great talent for helping others. This year, Kelsie was an adorable sheep in the Christmas play and put forward innovative ideas as a member of the School Council. Since September, she has demonstrated her amazing athletic talents by participating in cheerleading and GAA clubs and even represented the school at the North Antrim Cumann na mBunscol Indoor Camogie competition.
Matthew’s ability to battle any challenge makes him an unforgettable P7 superhero. He can often be found leading his football team to victory at lunch or making the world’s greatest pepperoni pizza. He starred as the lead role of Joseph in our Christmas and has been a valuable asset to the School Council this year. Since September, his sporting achievements include the North Antrim Cumann na mBunscol Indoor Hurling competition as well as dedicated participation in the afterschool GAA club.
You will never get tired of listening to Maria's fun adventures, which are fuelled by her passion for reading. She has the ability to charm you with her exciting stories and dazzle you with her beautiful drawings. Maria expertly played the role of the beautiful Christmas star at our concert this year, a role befitting of her bright personality. She has also displayed her love of dance and gymnastics by participating in the cheerleading club this year.