NewsPosted by Mrs Murray Wed, November 28, 2018 08:23PM
To commerorate 35 years of Integrated Education NICIE have been recording and archiving the memories and experiences of people behind the develoment of Integrated schools. As part of this Big Small Stories project NICIE have created 3 short films.These films will be available to download from the NICIE website in the next 2 weeks.
In addition to the films NICIE have also published "There Were No Desks!" which details the origins of Integrated Education. It is a really interesting read and archives many important events within Integrated Schools. Round Tower IPS features in it and contributed images to this archive.
If you are interested in the browsing the book we have a copy available in school. Contact the office if you wish to borrow it.
NewsPosted by Miss Carruthers Fri, September 21, 2018 01:31PM
The children have been given the school newsletter for September today, as well as a flyer about the special dinner on Wednesday to celebrate 40 years of our school building. There is also a letter about our Macmillan Coffee Day next Thursday, which we hope lots of you will be able to support. Please check schoolbags for notes - they tend to lie at the bottom when given out on Fridays! Have a lovely weekend!
NewsPosted by Mrs McIlwrath Mon, December 15, 2014 03:10PM
The choir have been very busy visiting nursing homes, the Enchanted Gardens and the Donkey Sanctuary! They also sang on Radio Ulster on Sunday morning to promote our school and the Donkey Sanctuary outside Templepatrick.
They sang beautifully and were a credit to our school. A big thank you to them and their parents. Well done Boys and girls.
NewsPosted by R. Clarke Wed, August 27, 2014 01:25PM
Our new P1 children had a brilliant start to their school life. They had a tour of the school and all came into my office to see what I do and tell me their names. I will try my best to remember them!
How smart they looked in their uniforms and shiny shoes.
Please put names on everything;
we already have sweatshirts without names.
Remember that school dinners now cost £2.35.
If you are eligible for free school meals, please do apply even if you do not intend to let your child eat them. The more children we have on free school meals register gives us more money in our budget for all the pupils of the school. FSM have to be applied for each year.