Local Study-US troops in Northern Ireland during WWII (Brownlow House, Lurgan)
Cyclists head off to Scarva
Y7G Participate In The Queen's Concert
GAWA- come on Northern Ireland in the Euros!
Cycling Proficiency Awards
Accelerated Reading Awards
Just back from our walking tour of Portadown - Local Study
Transition Day - Preparing for our next move to Junior High
Practising for Sports Day
Y7G come in a close second in Millington Swimming Gala
Y7G travel to Stormont to see how NI government works...
Year 7 Visit The Movies -Jungle Book
Preparing for the Laurelvale Cricket Festival
Exchange rates-preparing for Holland
Bushcraft Visits Millington...snakes, spiders, blowpipes and bows
Our Visit To Titanic Museum, Belfast.
Deal Or No Deal, the Easter Edition!
Titanic-the Govt. inquiry
Morse Code - How it affected the Titanic
Science Day - The Navan Centre
Finishing touches to our Titanic powerpoints
Debate-"I want a phone!" The winners and losers....
Patterns and Sequences-could you work these out?
Flight-air pressure experiments
Titanic-who would you blame?
Recent Award Winners and Full Markers during the weekly tests
Larissa wins the class paper aeroplane challenge - a night off homework for the winner!!
Monthly Award Winners and Accelerated Reading Winners
Monthly Test Champions - 100%
We created our own mathematical patterns-challenging...
British Heart Foundation Day-wearing red in support of this worthwhile charity
Happy Valentine's Day from all in y7g
Birds of Prey - Ian Patterson visited us with his collection of owls and kestrel...Amazing!!
Measurement-could you predict the capacity?
Benjamin Zephaniah Poetry - "Wat mek yu tink like dat?"
We continue to improve our prototypes...a night off homework for the longest in flight!! Find out who wins soon...
Rockets...3-2-1lift off!! Taking into account factors such as: aerodynamics, force, weight and fuel...
Testing our prototype paper aeroplanes...some travelled a mighty 6 metres!!
Monthly Award Winners and Accelerated Readers...well done!
And the building work continues...
Reading our Great Stories to the Class-Genre
Genre Discussion and Feedback
Y7G students play prominent roles in school carol service
Making IPad Movie Trailers - Mr Guy was suitably impressed by all the hard and creative work
Helping Mr Guy and Mrs Cairns make Christmas surprises for the class-thanks girls!
We liked chillies -sweet and hot
We liked fish - herring and mackerel
Superfood Taste Test -superfoods can be sourced in our own country!
Young Enterprise Visit Year 7 Teaching Us About Global Trade
Making Decorations For The Christmas Dinner In School
Monthly Awards For Literacy, Numeracy, IT and Behaviour
Reading Awards For the Month of November
Ulster Rugby visits Millington
Storyboards-preparation for IPad movies!!!!
Eye sketches-world around us...
Some things we've found out about our bodies...
100% in the weekly test...well done!
Students of the Week- the chocolate is on its way!!
What a day- 100% in his test and Mrs Drought found his long-lost jumper!!
100% in our weekly test...great job!!
Measuring our body parts...time to test them now. I wonder what we'll find? So far we have found out that most taller people have larger lung capacity and generally more active people have larger lung capacity. Unbelievably, Mr Guy has a larger lung capacity than each student-and they thought he was old and decrepit!!
Well done Bubbles...Student of the Week!
Full Marks in the Weekly Test!!
Ice Cream in November!! All in aid of "Children in Need"
Remembrance Day - Northern Ireland Conflict and WWII medals shared with the class by Samantha and Thompson
Accelerated Reading Awards - encourage your children to read, read and read some more...
Monthly Prize Winners-Behaviour, Literacy, ICT and Numeracy. Excellent job!
Mr Guy's granddad's Medals From World War Two. The ribbons indicate where he fought for the Royal Navy.
World War One and Two Heroes - relatives remembered by Ryan and Sarah
Remembrance Day- Benas remembers his great-grandfather who fought against Hitler for the USSR!!
Top Marks This Week-well done!!
Not quite finished...Cubism-A Victorian artist, Piet Mondriaan...
Personification Poetry...most of us love our bedroom door, most of us!!!
The Writing Board...some nice pieces from the past week
Co-Ordinates...but can you spot the odd one out?...Larisa! The others are called Kamile!!
Co-ordinates..."along the corridor and up the stairs!"
Winners of the Victorian Dance Off - created by themselves and danced to perfection!! Ellie and Marcia...
Izak9 Mental Maths Challenge
DJ Ryan - no music...no dancing
Victorian Challenge - Build a tower like Eiffel in thirty minutes
Victorian Entertainment Day - sock puppets!
Victorian Entertainment Day - Victorian dance finals
Mental maths takes centre stage -using the new IZAK9 cube
The Legend of Millington's Fairythorn Tree
Did you know: both the Eiffel and Blackpool towers were built in the 1890s, Eiffel being the first. The Eiffel is free standing while the Blackpool is not but if it were too fall it is designed to fall into the sea!!
Building Victorian Towers - not quite the equivalent of the Eiffel or Blackpool Towers
Full Marks in ALL Weekly and Monthly Tests so far!!
Weekly Test - full marks!!
Biographies-questions for our grandparents about their school days
Building Complex Sentences
Linking us to Australia, Canada and New Zealand by place names (WAU-Victorian Empire)
Practical Time and Timetables
Practical Probability...with sweets!
Ulster-American Folk Park Visit October 2015
Preparing for assembly...
Some of our excellent readers are rewarded this month
Our first monthly award winners for literacy, numeracy, ICT and behaviour...
Creating Complex Sentences
Timetables-enterprise train service..
Top monthly test students-100%
Looking for links-British Empire and Local Place Names in the New World
Meet our Eco-council and School council representatives!
Thompson, Melissa, Lucy and Chloe share their eviction letters with the class.
Mrs Cairns and Niall hard at work
Victorian child criminal records-send them out to the prison ship and then Botany Bay!
A brilliant persuasive piece-please keep the Shannaghmore trip!!
We found lots of places in Canada with local links-British Empire
It's Strictly Season!! Dancing reels and jigs in PE
We did so well in our maths test! Mrs Neill was very impressed.
What are the pros and cons of a school residential trip? Is it worth it? We think so!
We are back in the classroom. We have great memories from Shannaghmore and now is the time to write about them. We hope to have some pieces on the website soon. But as for now, just enjoy our photos on our class page.
The extreme high ropes course.....
Orienteering in Castlewellan Park
Not the high ropes course? Oh yes...they all did it!
Adventure walking in Tollymore...
The climbing wall...scary!
Y7G have enjoyed their first day of activity and first night of blissful sleep. This may be the first time ever that no-one has ever been homesick thankfully. We are all up and at it already and ready for another full day of adventure. Please stay tuned to our class page for more scenes!!
Tea time...I had seconds!
Mrs Murray's group-high ropes course
Nervous moments as we arrive our destination!! They can't wait...
Victorian Silhouettes-cheaper than photos. Guess who?
A maths investigation-smarties???yummy!
What should they do? Drama from the irish famine...
Back to school - back to work! Welcome Y7G!