EventsPosted by Mrs McIlwrath Tue, June 17, 2014 03:39PM
In Primary Four some children made their First Holy Communion. They are now able to receive this sacrament every time they go to mass. The Primary Four classes went with them to mass to see them receiving the Body Of Christ. It was very interesting, especially when most of the children had never been inside a chapel. In our school we have many different religions.
There are several denominations of faith such as Catholic, Protestant, Hindu and some of us have no religion.
The children saw lots of statues and heard prayers and music. They were all able to join in with The Lord's Prayer.
also shook hands with each other and wished each other peace. This is called the Sign of peace.
EventsPosted by Miss Hamilton Fri, June 06, 2014 11:56AM
This is the poem written by
Aimee from P7 to celebrate ten years of integration in our school. The words really reflect the ethos of Round
Tower IPS. Well done Aimee – this is a
WE ARE INTEGRATED
We are integrated
Everyone makes mistakes
But we are integrated
People from all over the world come to our school
As we are integrated
Disability doesn’t mean disadvantage
For we are integrated
We support rather than discriminate against our fellow
Because we are integrated
We respect and value each other’s beliefs
Therefore we are integrated
We have enthusiasm for each other’s differences
Showing we are integrated
We accept friends for who they are, not what they are
We are different because we represent all walks of life
under one roof
We are individuals
We are Round
EventsPosted by J Murray Fri, April 04, 2014 02:00PM
Congratulations to the P3 pupils who made their First Confession on 3rd April 2014 in St Comgall's Church. The children have worked very hard to learn their Act of Sorrow and lots of songs such as: We Are the Greatest, Together and I'm Sorry God. The pupils enjoyed hearing The Good Shepherd Story and all took part in a role play of the story. The pupils received their sacrament of Penance with pupils from St Comgall's Primary. Well done P.3's for singing so nicely and remembering your prayers.
EventsPosted by J Murray Fri, March 07, 2014 03:01PM
P.7 pupils attended Stormont to celebrate Integration Week with other schools from the Integrated Sector. We attended the event with Parkhall Integrated College.The pupils enjoyed listening to the choir and to other pupils talking about their experiences at an Integrated School. The theme for Integration Week was "Building Bridges."The P.7 pupils were really impressed by the Stormont building and had a wonderful time.
EventsPosted by J Murray Wed, March 05, 2014 01:47PM
P.6 pupils attended Parkhall Integrated College for Integration Week. The pupils worked with pupils from other Integrated schools. They made a link for a chain for the theme of "Building Bridges." In addition to this they made a model of themselves and put it on the bridge. Can you spot who is who?????
EventsPosted by J Murray Fri, February 28, 2014 02:59PM
We are celebrating Integration Week from March 3rd- March 7th. The theme is "Building Bridges" and all the children have been busy in Art. The pupils have been looking at local bridges and have all tried to do an observational drawing of the bridge. Have a look at their work. Some budding artists!
EventsPosted by J Murray Mon, February 24, 2014 11:09AM
Each pupil made a link for the school chain to coincide with Integration Week's theme of "Building Bridges." The pupils decorated their link and also wrote why they enjoyed attending an Integrated School. Our school chain will be linked to other chains from Integrated Schools on 7th March at Stormont. In addition to making the links each class in Art will draw or paint a local bridge.