In December Jessica took part in a tennis tournament organised by Disability Sport NI at CIYNS Tennis Club. Jessica was the overall winner of the competition by 20 points.
Jessica also picked up awards for the most improved tennis player and jointly won the tennis serving competition.
Staff and pupils see Santa in Lapland .
Big thanks to the N.I. Children to Lapland Trust.
On Friday the 14th December 2018 staff and pupils paid a £1 towards the N. I. Children to Lapland charity to wear their Christmas jumper to school. Total raised was £52.
Class 4a (The Jordanstown Cool Crew) went to St George’s Market on Wednesday 5th December to sell their handmade Christmas crafts as part of the Young Enterprise programme.
A busy but fun day was had by all and they were kindly assisted with sales by 6B. They came 2nd place in the “Team programme” category.
Thank you to everyone in the Jordanstown School community for supporting us.
Jordanstown School welcomed a group of European teachers for a three-day Project visit. These were all teachers of the Visually Impaired and came from Slovenia, Hungary, Czech Republic and The Netherlands.
Our pupils gave them a wonderful welcome in an assembly and performed songs and gave greetings in their native language. The pupils showcased our school as they enthusiastically took the visitors on a tour of the school.
Our school has had a long history of participating in European projects and with European teachers. The current topic for sharing knowledge and expertise is around Social Skills.
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