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St Colman's Primary and All Saints' Nursery, Annaclone
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Welcome

On behalf of all the children, staff and Governors, I’d like to warmly welcome you to the school website. Our aim is to educate children to the highest levels during their early years, while staying true to our values & ethos.

We are a school that likes to celebrate success at every level. The life of the school is driven by enthusiasm and a desire to achieve. We promote learning that is active and creative and encourage children to embrace challenge and celebrate success.  Our curriculum is purposefully broad and children have opportunities to participate in a wide range of cross-curricular activities as well as in music, performance and sport. 

Our school is committed to the pursuit of excellence, values people, delivers achievements for all, provides a high-quality learning environment, and extends the boundaries of learning. Learning is personalised and engaging, it enables all students to achieve his/her full potential and provides every young person with a gateway to future success.

As a Catholic primary school, we place a huge importance on developing the unique potential of each child.  We teach children the importance of tolerance and fairness, care and friendship and we all take great pride in everything that we achieve.

An essential ingredient for this to happen is teamwork. We view education as a joint venture, involving everyone – children, parents, staff, Governors and the wider community. Through these partnerships we aim to provide the best possible educational experience for each child and their family.

Parents, we know that children achieve more when parents and school work together. At St Colman's Primary School & All Saints’ Nursery Unit, parents are welcome to chat to me on the yard or make an appointment no matter how small your concerns may be.

Welcome to St.Colman's & All Saints'– a learning community where we develop the full potential of each pupil in our care.

Enjoy your visit.

Mr. K. O'Neill, 

Principal

Latest News

24th Sep 2020
Breakfast Club and Wraparound Care Parent SurveyWe are trying to gauge interest/demand...
 
 
 
15th Sep 2020
The school P.E. uniform is now available for online purchasing.  https://www.schoolwearni.com/st-patrick-s-ballynahinch/st-colmans-primary-school-annaclone
 
 
 
23rd Sep 2020
Primary 2 have had a very busy few weeks with indoor and outdoor learning activities. 
 
 
 
20th Sep 2020
 
 
 
 
20th Sep 2020
This week Primary 5 explored outdoor learning through numeracy. Pupils went on a...
 
 
 
18th Sep 2020
It's Friday, the sun was shining and we had a lovely start to our Friday morning...
 
 
 
14th Sep 2020
This is the hot dinner menu for Nursery Unit, week beginning: Monday 14th September.
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Upcoming Events...

Monday, 28th September 2020
P7 Numeracy and Literacy Booster (1445 - 1600)
Spanish Lessons (0900 - 1240)
Tuesday, 29th September 2020
P3 Begin Full School Day (Primary 3 children stay in class until 2.35 on T/W/Th. )
Wednesday, 30th September 2020
P3 Begin Full School Day (Primary 3 children stay in class until 2.35 on T/W/Th. )
Thursday, 1st October 2020
P3 Begin Full School Day (Primary 3 children stay in class until 2.35 on T/W/Th. )
Monday, 5th October 2020
P7 Numeracy and Literacy Booster (1445 - 1600)
Wednesday, 7th October 2020
Childhood Flu Immunisation Programme (P1-P7 )
Friday, 9th October 2020
Gaelic Dress Up Day (Wear your sporting colours! )
 

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