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Digital Schools Award presented to Nazareth House

Earlier this month Nazareth House Primary and Nursery School, Derry became one of the few primary schools in the city and surrounding area to be awarded the prestigious Digital Schools Award.

Supported by HP Inc., Hewlett Packard Enterprise and Microsoft, the Digital Schools Awards recognise excellence in the use of I.C.T. at primary level whilst providing practical support and encouragement to help schools make the best use of digital technology in the learning environment.

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Holy Cross Girls' celebrate RHS Gardening Award

Holy Cross Girls’ Primary School, Belfast has been awarded the RHS School Gardening Award Level 5. This is the highest level that can be attained through the RHS School Gardening awards. It is a fantastic achievement for the whole school community and everyone should be very proud of the work that is ongoing in the school garden.

The girls have worked with a local community group and gardener to make the most of the school garden and in the process have learnt many new skills. They have even invited parents in to work with them - sharing their excitement and expertise. Everyone is looking forward to seeing what new types of vegetables can be grown in the new poly tunnel as well.

Double win for St Vincent de Paul at the Families First Awards

St Vincent de Paul Primary School, Belfast were delighted to receive two awards at the recent Families First Awards event in the Tullyglass Hotel on Saturday 21 April.

The awards received were for Best School for Effective Special Educational Needs and Best Head Teacher.

Congratulations to all the winners on the night!

St Mary's marks opening of new 3G pitch

St Mary’s Primary School, Pomeroy has marked the opening of a new 3G pitch.

The new synthetic surface has replaced an old grass pitch at the school and now also has floodlighting and new perimeter fencing, thanks to a £136K grant from the Department for Communities through Sport NI and the Education Authority, with part funding of £26K provided by Mid Ulster District Council.

Deputy Chair of the Council, Councillor Mark Glasgow and Mrs Gillian McGrath Director of Education at CCMS attended the official opening.

Success for Mercy College in the Belfast Feis

In March some of the pupils in the Irish classes of Mercy College, Belfast took part in the Belfast Feis at Corpus Christi College. All students who attended with Mr Nixon and Mrs Calumarte had a wonderful day and had some great successes too!  In the Irish Language section eight medal winners and in the poetry section nine medal and three cup winners. The pupils were then awarded the Poetry Shield for overall highest poetry score!

Congratulations to everyone who took part and the hard work and dedication showed by all in preparing for the contest. Staff and pupils look forward to competing next year!

St Joseph's scoops Northern Ireland's first National Nurturing School Award

St Joseph’s Primary School, Slate Street, Belfast were presented with a national nurture award for the entire school. This is the first time this accolade has been awarded in Northern Ireland.

St Joseph’s picked up the prestigious prize for demonstrating exemplary practice in embedding a nurturing culture throughout the entire school.

Speaking at the Award Ceremony, Principal of St Joseph’s, Mairéad Weir said: “We are thrilled to be the first school in Northern Ireland to receive the ‘National Nurturing School Award’. We have seen how a nurturing education is the great equalizer, helping children blossom and grow into the people they are meant to be.  It provides us all with the knowledge, skills and personal resources to overcome the everyday challenges in life.” 

The National Nurturing School Award is awarded to schools who successfully complete the National Nurturing Schools Programme, a two-year course to develop and embed a nurturing culture throughout the school. St Joseph’s is the first school in Northern Ireland to complete the Programme and to receive the Award.

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