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St Brigids PS, Downpatrick

P6/7

P6/7 are taught by Mr O’Rourke and are incredibly lucky to have Miss Pyper as their assistant for another year. We will be learning about Victorian Britain, Flight, Faith and Light, France and we will also be keen to become involved in our Young Enterprise project.

In our first term we will be covering a wide range of games and dance throughout our P.E lessons, as well as taking our learning outdoors, using all of our resources to promote our lessons.

We have weekly music lessons with Miss McKenna and are learning to play the recorder and sing. We love attending weekly choir with Miss McKenna and Mr McVeigh.

In numeracy, this class are Izak 9 experts. They love problem solving and teamwork. Mrs Devlin has told me that this class are highly competitive in Mathletics, winning a Happy Meal for being the best ranking class in the school. They are frequently on the leaderboard of the UK and the World! They have continued to impress early in the term, alongside using their new Times tables Rockstars application.

In literacy, P6/7 love our weekly newspaper, The Week Junior, and Newsdesk to keep up to date with what is happening in our world. We use our devices in class daily to type and edit our work. We love writing stories, debating, presenting our work to the class and sharing our ideas with others.

These boys and girls are great friends to each other and show kindness and respect, always including everyone. The P6/7 class really reflect the ethos of St. Brigid’s Primary, setting an excellent example to others in our school.

 

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18th Jan 2023
Here at St Brigid’s we are always learning, growing and developing new skills....
 
 
 
 
20th Dec 2022
On Monday our KS2 pupils hosted a Christmas dinner for members of our local community....
 
 
 
 
9th Dec 2022
Thank you to Blackwater Integrated College for hosting a great taster day for the...
 
 
 
 
4th Nov 2022
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