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Primary Maths Challenge

Date: November 24, 2015 Author: Niall Categories: Events, News, Our Program

Congratulations to our Mathematicians who scored highly in a Primary Maths Challenge. Eight of our children achieved a very good score. Four with a particularly high mark, resulting in their names being forwarded to be considered for the UK finals.  

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Sumdog Competition Success

Date: November 15, 2015 Author: Niall Categories: News, Our Program

Ballymacrickett competed in the national Sumdog competition this week. Three of our classes placed highly on the Northern Ireland leader board with one of our P6 classes finishing 5th in the province. Although the main competition ran for a week, there were also daily competitions and on Thursday 12th November, Mr Eastwood’s P6 class finished…

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Ballymacrickett Aims To Become A Rights Respecting School

Date: November 10, 2015 Author: Niall Categories: Events, News, Our Program

UNICEF representative David Magimpsey will visit our school on Tuesday 17th November to assess our credentials as a UNICEF rights respecting school. The pupils and staff have been working together to promote children’s rights. To learn more about The Conventions of the Rights of the Child (CRC) and the process of becoming a rights respecting school visit…

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Shared Education Initiative

Date: November 7, 2015 Author: Niall Categories: News, Our Program

The Year five Classes have been working with Year Five from Ballinderry Primary School to improve their use of Science. Here are some photographs showing the children using the Outdoor Learning Environment to develop Scientific and Numeracy Skills.

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CRED Project A Huge Success

Date: April 2, 2015 Author: Niall Categories: Events, News, Our Program

Ballymacrickett Primary School and Ballinderry Primary School came together over the past couple of months to show community relations through learning. This was a great chance for the boys and girls of both schools to come together. This project was funded by CRED and was extremely benefical to Mr O’Neill’s primary five class as well…

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