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Fifth Class

Stations of the Cross

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Well done to the fifth class who put on a fabulous production of the Stations of the Cross last Monday, 14th March.

In what was quite a moving and serious performance, the class faithfully reenacted the 14 stations of the cross under the guidance of Mrs. Lowther and Mrs. Cogavin.

Well done to all the actors involved and thanks again to those volunteers who helped out on the day. A special word of thanks to our Infant angels at the end.

The fifth class will be performing the Stations of the Cross on Good Friday, either in the Church or the Parochial Hall.

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Stations of the Cross

The fifthe class are putting on a production of the Stations of the Cross on Monday, 14th March.

Parents and guardians are invited to come along to the small hall to view it at 1.15.

The fifth class have been working extremely hard in the last few weeks, under the tutelage and direction of Mrs. Cogavin and Mrs. Lowther.

Come see the fruits of their hard work!

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Miniature wooly hats

Last month, the children made miniature wooly hats using wool and toilet roll holders. Here is a picture of some of the children with their miniature creations.

Our trip to Lagan Cement

We recently took a trip to Lagan Cement. The children learned about the process of making cement and really enjoyed their day.

Wedding Bliss!

Congratulations to our current fifth class teacher, Miss Campbell, on her wedding!

Miss Campbell (or Mrs. Lowther as she will henceforth be known!!) married her new husband, Michael in Trim last weekend, 19th December!

May they live a long and happy life together!

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