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Work starts on £8.6 million Holy Evangelists’ Primary School in Dunmurry

The first sod has been cut on a brand new school build for Holy Evam delighted to seeangelists’ PS in Belfast.
Construction is expected to be complete by November 2020 and will deliver a new 21 class primary school and double nursery unit.
Derek Baker, Permanent Secretary with the Department of Education said:

“This is an important day for Holy Evangelists’ Primary School as it celebrates the start of construction work on a brand new school.
“This represents a £8.6 million investment by the Department and I have no doubt that it will create many positive outcomes for the pupils and teachers and indeed the wider school community.
“I appreciate the patience and determination shown by all involved since the original announcement in June 2014 to advance this major capital investment project in planning.  To have reached this key milestone, celebrating the start of the physical school build, is a credit to you all.
“I wish the pupils, staff and school management every success as they embark on this new chapter.”

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Keeping Children Safe on the Farm this Summer

Anna Carville, Health and Safety Executive for Northern Ireland (HSENI) visited Holy Cross Primary School, Kilkeel to deliver interactive workshops about farm safety to our pupils and how to keep children safe on the farm this summer.

Holy Evangelists’ PS and NU Achieve the Marjorie Boxall Quality Mark

Little Seeds Nurture Group has received the outstanding achievement of the MBQM Award, which recognises the wonderful work of the staff in developing each little seed blossoming and growing into happy, confident learners ready to take on any challenge in school and at home each day.

The Nurture group opened back in 2010 when the school was lucky enough to receive Big Lottery funding with the help of Colin Neighbourhood partnership the programme has gone from strength to strength, with the staff continuing to nurture so many more children since the first little seeds entered the magical room back in its inception.

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Young Citizens Make a Difference Challenge

Tara Cunningham, Recycling Office for Newry, Mourne & Down District Council visited Holy Cross Primary School to supply the school with equipment for their Beach Clean as part of the young Citizens Make a Difference Challenge which will take place on 19th June 2019 in Antrim.

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Holy Cross Girls’ PS – 50th Anniversary

Holy Cross Girls’ PS opened its doors to a wonderful new school for girls in the parish on May 12th 1969. Under the Principal, Miss Mary Hanson and her staff, the school provided exceptional education and was an oasis of calm during the political unrest at that time.

To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the school the present principal, Mrs Maura McNally, and staff organised a special mass in Holy Cross Church on Thursday 31st May. The school orchestra and Primary 7 girls provided beautiful music. The P4 First Holy Communion class lead the congregation in the Our Father. The staff and children offered prayers for all those who worked over the years in Holy Cross Girls to make it the outstanding school that it is today. However, the highlight of the mass was the P1, P2 and P3 children who sang on the altar the beautiful hymn, Our Lady of Knock. The performance was followed by well-earned applause from the congregation many of whom had a tear in their eye.

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Post Primary School of the Year

On Friday 24th May St Ciaran’s College Ballygawley were delighted to be awarded ‘Post Primary School of the year’ at the Irish News Awards held at Wellington Park Hotel Belfast.

The GAA provision in St Ciaran’s College’s is true to our school motto ‘Including everyone, inspiring all to succeed’. The staff are committed to furthering the pupils’ experience of Gaelic games by providing coaching at lunchtime, afterschool and during school holidays. As a school we embrace strong community links, facilitating a vibrant primary schools links programme which provides coaching and competitive games, in the form of our annual ‘Canavan Cup’ for our partner primaries.

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BT28 1FJ

CCMS Telephone: 028 9201 3014