Well done to all the pupils who have passed their creative crafts course.

 

In the photographs are examples of pupils work from Jordanstown School and Rostulla School. Both schools worked together as part of the Learning Community to achieve great results.

 

On Wednesday the 2nd May the Mayor of Antrim and Newtownabbey, Councillor Paul Hamill visited the school.

 

After a tour of the school he was entertained by members of the school choir.

 

Class 1 and 2 had a lovely trip to the Streamvale Farm. We had the opportunity to meet, feed and stroke a range of animals including lambs, goats, chicks, puppies, ducks and hens.

 

6B were delighted to welcome Gillian and Ted from Tiny Life to our school to present them with a cheque for £100.

 

To raise this money, 6B hosted a crazy hair day for the whole school. Gillian and Ted gave a little presentation in assembly to let us know a little bit about the services Tiny Life provide.

 

Thanks again to 6B for hosting the crazy hair day and to Gillian and Ted for coming in to see us.

 

6B present Tiny Life Charity with a cheque for £100

 

We are delighted to have been named as the ‘Best School for Supported Needs’ at the Family First Awards held on Saturday night.

 

The award reflects the talent, dedication and hard work of all of our staff – teachers, classroom assistants, administration and support staff, to ensure that our pupils achieve their full potential in a supportive learning environment.

 

 

 

Class 1 and Class 2 visited the fire station at Westland road. We had so much fun learning all about the fire station, fire engines and the job the fire fighters do!

 

We tried on the fire helmets and shot water out of the fire hoses. We had a great day!

 

Thanks to Tommy, Kev and Darragh for inviting us to the fire station.

 

 

 

 

 

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Happy Easter from the pupils and staff of Jordanstown School

 

Picture of Large Easter Egg Painting made by Class 3

On Friday 23rd March 2018 the Primary pupils enjoyed an Easter egg hunt around school.