To celebrate Internet Safety Day this year we held a special assembly and each class did a number of activities with their teacher. Some children spoke at assembly about the importance of the internet and the problems we have with it.
As part of our on-going eco work in school we are adopting a red kite. We each chose a name for our new bird and the name was drawn from the hat by Mrs McLaughlin who is helping us organise this. Our Kite will be called ‘JOLLY!’
Primary 4 have sent their letters to Primary 4 Class in Our Lady Queen of Peace PS in Glenravel. Today they opened their first letter from their new penpals. Every year this brings so much excitement as they learn to read about their new friend and write about themselves.
Parents, family and friends are all invited to our Christmas show ‘Cinderella & Rockerfella’ next Wednesday night, 13 December in Saval GAC hall. It begins at 7pm sharp, but you are advised to be early if you want to have a seat. Donations made will be for school funds and […]
St Colman’s Primary School, Saval has been awarded a prestigious Eco-Schools Green Flag by the environmental charity Keep Northern Ireland Beautiful. The Eco-Schools Programme is the world’s largest Environmental Education programme and aims to make environmental awareness and action an intrinsic part of the life and ethos of a school. […]