Our P3s led the school assembly this week by highlighting our responsibility to care for each other and reflecting on our concern and support for the Syrian Refugees in Greece. Please see a snapshot of this focus below: Check out Ballymacrickett’s contribution here
Ballymacrickett’s ECO club has been planting new trees around the school grounds. With the help of Mrs Forester and Chris the pupils planted the new trees and proving that we really are an ECO school .
The children, parents and staff of Ballymacrickett hope that our joint contribution will go some way towards helping with the difficulties faced by the Syrian Refugees. Check out our P3 assembly on the Refugee crisis here
On 10th, 11th and 12th of February, Ballymacrickett’s budding stars took to the stage to showcase their talents in a rip-roaring production of ‘Oliver!’. This all-singing, all-dancing production featured impressive renditions of all the show’s big numbers, along with a magnificent display of acting talent! All this, complemented by an array of creative costumes, scenery…