InfoPosted by The PTA Tue, May 15, 2018 10:07:22
You will have noticed some changes to the car park and playground on your return to school.
The PTA have been working with the school Board of Governors to increase speed awareness in the car park, refresh road marking and make provision for bicycle and scooter racks for the safety of everyone.
The first stage of the work is now complete and you will notice new speed signs and new no parking areas .
The second stage will be the installation of bicycle racks and safety... bollards in the coming weeks. This will provide an area for the children to dismount.
The final stage of works to be completed is in the playground.
Road markings are being laid to aid with cycling proficiency and road safety.
The 36 number square is also to be replaced by a 100 square.
It is through your support and generosity that we as a PTA are able to fund such projects for the school.
Many thanks in advance for your continued support .
InfoPosted by The PTA Fri, March 09, 2018 11:46:34
A final total of £650.00 was raised for The Children's Liver Disease Foundation. An amazing result!
InfoPosted by The PTA Wed, February 28, 2018 12:25:55
We've had a lovely last minute donation of approximately 50 bigger chickens to sell tomorrow! These will be sold at £1.50. Smaller chicks still on sale for only £1. We are so lucky to have had so many knitters helping us.
InfoPosted by The PTA Wed, December 20, 2017 09:50:57
Thank you to everyone who helped make our 2nd Movie Duvet Night a success.
Non uniform day tomorrow - ho ho ho!
InfoPosted by The PTA Fri, December 15, 2017 10:52:53
We hope everyone is excited for the Christmas Movie Duvet Night on Tuesday 19th at 6.15pm. Please don't worry if your child is sick and money hasn't been returned. Monday is fine to hand in money, and there is also the option of paying at the door.
InfoPosted by The PTA Wed, December 06, 2017 09:45:06
Look out for the new PTA noticeboard at school, which will be regularly updated with news and events.
InfoPosted by The PTA Fri, November 24, 2017 09:51:58
Aimee Woods P7 and her parents along with teaching staff and members of the PTA, presenting a defibrillator to school after some very successful joint fundraising activities. Photo by Dave Pettard from Antrim Guardian.
InfoPosted by The PTA Tue, November 14, 2017 09:53:22
A massive thank you to everyone who supported us on
Saturday night, either by attending or buying raffles or donating fabulous
We hope you had a brilliant night and your feet have forgiven you for dusting
off those disco shoes.
To date , inclusive of the incredible amount Aimee raised, our total is sitting
Thank you so much.
A defibrillator for the school has now been ordered.
All money raised by the PTA goes directly to the school to benefit our
children, nieces, nephews and grandchildren.
Without your continued support, the PTA would not be the success it has become.