Celebration Cycle to Scarva. A big thanks to the parents and Mrs Neill for making this cycle happen! Have a great summer!
Local History Tour at Brownlow House
Colour run in Lurgan Park with St Anthony's
Sprint relay win
Winner of the welly boot throw...
Sports Day! We did quite well, winning the boys sprint and relay...
Not long now until we move on...We are ready!!
Titanic Museum...we are the experts now!!
Cycling Proficiency - 2nd group
The school swim team laden with Y7G swimming sensations. Second in this year's Schools' Gala!
More Science Week action...
Some action from Science Week - led by Y7G
Preparing our station for Science Week!!
Titanic movie trailer
Titanic movie trailers
Titanic flag signals and preparations for Titanic movies
Active Learning with Izak9 - numeracy
Experiencing icy conditions of the Titanic survivors
Titanic - sending and receiving morse code
Designing irregular 3D shapes from scratch - Amazing work Jay!
Creating 3D shapes from nets - cubes, cuboids and pyramids
Investigating nets of 3D shape
Titanic topic - sending out our own SOS signals and more via morse code
Healthy Kidz Fun Day...
Mexit Assembly singing " We're so proud of our school!"
Assembly Day - We did it!!
Practising for our assembly
Damian leads footballers to 5 a side victory!
Fun times with St Anthonys
Boys serve up a Valentines treat
Congratulations January Award Winners
Witches Brew - Scary stew...
Macbeth and the witches-an example of literacy and digital media combined.
Macbeth-the 3 evil witches!
Flight-challenge to fly the farthest paper aeroplane... things to consider were drag, aerodynamics and propulsion.
Yoga pose - Shared Education...
Matthew, aka Minecraft, aces the blindfold game in Shared Ed...
PE in Shared Education
Our scary bear faces in Shared Education!! I'll not sleep tonight!!
PE this term with Healthy Kidz is Dance!!
Flight topic - Making bird feeders and bird foodballs to entice the birds into our school grounds and gardens; to help them survive the cold winter months.
Amazing body video...Thanks to Mia for the use of her internal organs!
Human body-We found out so much about our amazing bodies....
Data collection as part of our Christmas card deliveries...who had the most Christmas spirit?
Christmas cards using IT and literacy skills
We wish you Merry Christmas...from Poland and Lithuania 🇵🇱 🇱🇹 🎄
Can you spot Y7G students?
Christmas Concer Strings
Christmas Concert clip...
Well done ladies...next year it might be a duet with Mr McKane and Mr Guy.
Y7G market their Christmas Crafts - simply "must-haves!"
Measuring angles with a super-sized protractor. Maths can be fun!
The lung test- greater lung capacity for sporty and older students
Congrats to last weeks class dojos
Y7g elves ready to help this Christmas 🎄
Damian captains the school side to victory!!
The damage smoking does to our lungs - WAU
Using our body measurements to find mean, mode, median and range...WAU and active learning
WAU - Measuring our bodies...
Our smarties investigation. Amazing facts...honestly!! We tested then ate 800 plus smarties!
Visiting the exhibition at St Marks. Thanks for the idea Adone! "King David dances in the Old Testament"
A Series Of Unfortunare Events - The School Trip...Molly reads her Lemony Snicket-styled recount about our recent trip to the Ulster-American Folk Park
Footage from the dedication of the flower bed
Boys to men grand opening - big thanks to Harry the gardener!
Congrats October Award Winners!
Curtis related to one of the first men to die in WWII-James Whitla
Festival Winner Hannah!!
Mr Guy's grandad's WWII medals
Remembrance...soldiers from the Great War
Proud of our ancestors...Remembrance
Revision page created with the WordFoto app...super work!!
Congrats-October Award Winners
Let's have a "ho-down!"
Victorian Ireland and emigration - Ulster-American Folk Park Visit
Happy Halloween...an Irish tradition
Investigating with Numbers...
Top AR readers!!
September Monthly Award Winners - Congrats!
Monthly Test -Full marks!!
Lunchtime football continues to be a big draw
Active Learning - Making Victorian lavender pouches
Danske Bank Visit - Financial Capabilities
Technical Challenge- who can build the tallest free-standing structure? WAU- Victorian legacy
Can you spot Y7G pupils at the recent cross country race?
Swaziland Choir Visit Millington
Balloon Debate. Who would gain entry to the workhouse?
Great reading Jay!!!
PE - Healthy Kidz returns
WAU - Victorian Silhouettes. Can you guess the student?
Look closely. Can you see what we thought of Shannaghmore?
Top AR readers. Well done! Over 20 minutes per day....
Friday is mental maths day...Maths 24 and Hit the Button (IPad)
Students of the Week!!
Bouldering and we are done...Thanks Shannaghmore!!
Scrambling on Pigen Rock
You wouldn’t catch me down there - what brave children!
We found red squirrels, wasps and a lovely ladybird...
Shelter building and camp fires
Wow, we actually started a camp fire without matches!
Pull the other one Mr Guy...I don't believe that
Bush craft with Bear Grylls...aka Callum, Nathan and Mrs Murray!
Extreme Mourne Scrambling
Scrambling at Pigeon Rock
Rock climbing at the quarry
Zara and Ryan talk about their rock climbing and abseiling experiences
Proof that we can't walk on water or a swamp at least...
High ropes course
Leap of faith
Rare footage of the lesser spotted red-breasted Ryan as he flies through the Mourne Mtns
If you go into the woods today...
Half a day's work done before 8am
The students take an early morning bath Shannaghmore style!
Shannaghmore toast is a real treat.
Beach walk followed by an ice cream...yummy!
Anything the kids can do we can do better...not quite.
What an afternoon...this beats school any day!
All action year7s...
Group work-what do we know about Queen Victoria?
Jay working hard on the IPad....
These guys did very well too...
Students of the Week.....Congratulations!!
Welcome Y7G 2018-19!!
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