We had a great morning with Eoin Bradley,past pupil who visited our school today with the Tennent’s Irish Cup. The Irish Cup is the fourth oldest National Cup competition in the world and was first contested in 1881. Eoin was instrumental in Coleraine winning the Cup. We also had the pleasure of meeting Coleraine’s manager Oran Kearney last year.
Shared Education Team 1
We had a fabulous Creative Dance/Movement session with our Pushkin facilitator Libby Mailey on our theme of ‘Opening Ground’. Our pupils explored the theme through dance. This morning’s workshop incorporated so many aspects of the currriculum and of our Shared Education values. Pupils are cementing friendships through our Shared Education Programme which is developing our children in so many ways and giving them new opportunities to develop their talents.
We were privileged to host the Co.Derry Spelling Bee Heat 2018
Our St.Columba’s Spelling Bee Finalists!!!
Curriculum Activity Time
Tony helped us to learn about our Irish Culture.
Year 6 Fairtrade Bake Off
Pushkin Theme 2018
Yoyo and Jackie tell us about their customs, traditions and how they celebrate Chinese New Year.
We are working towards becoming a ‘Rights Respecting School’
Mr&Mrs Keenan and baby Conan visit Year 6/7
P6/7 enjoy their Gaelic lessons with Lauren
Cancer Focus ‘Smoke-busters’Presentation alerted Year 6/7 to the dangers of smoking.
This presentation is part of our PDMU Programme.
All pupils from Nursery to Year 7 took part in the Cancer Focus Event appropriate to their age and stage of development.
Celebrating Safer Internet Day in Year6/7
To celebrate St. Brigid's Day we made St. Brigid crosses.
Getting creative during our 'STEAM' lessons.
Christmas Jumper Day
Christmas Dinner Investigation - We had to stay within our budget !!
Year 6/7 presented various tasks for our School Open Day
KS2 pupils enjoyed the Millennium Forum’s presentation of Jack & the Beanstalk
Year 6/7 thoroughly enjoyed their trip to the Millennium Forum to see Jack & the Beanstalk.
Year 6/7 visit the Radar Centre
Celebrating Maths Week
Celebrating Coding Week in Year 6/7
Year 7 pupils celebrated European Day of Languages at St.Paul's College
Year 6/7 enjoyed learning some Spanish with Mrs Kielt as part of our European Day of Languages
John McCarron visited KS2 to explain the work of Trocaire from a Global point of view .
Busy Bees in Year 6/7
Celebrating Derry Day
On Thursday morning Year 6 visited Kilrea library, thank you to the staff at the library for such an interesting visit.
P6 pupils enjoyed helping their P1 Buddies with their Play Activities this morning.
P7 pupils enjoyed a morning of "drumming"with their friends from Kilrea Primary School. They learned to play some African pieces.
Big congratulations to Ana for raising so much money for a great cause. Well done Ana!
We celebrated International Literacy Day by designing book covers. Reading is integral to our learning and we celebrate the privilege of a great education in St.Columba's Primary School. As part of our Global Learning experiences we realise that not all children are so fortunate in our world.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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