Best wishes and well done to Jordanstown, the children were brilliant and you are very deserving of the professional cup.








Congratulations to Mrs McQuiggan winner of the NDCS award for inspiring deaf children. 


The School choir were invited to perform at the annual ‘Social Worker Awards’ ceremony held at Galgorm Resort and Spa on Friday 9th March 2018.


The choir performed four songs and received a standing ovation from the audience.


The choir members also enjoyed tea/coffee with scones and cream.

River Study


On 8th of February my class and I went to Colin Glen River which is in Glengormley somewhere. There were two other classes who also attended to do the river study with us. When we got to the centre place, there was a lovely instructor called ‘Dean’. Before we started doing anything, Dean gave us an instruction about how we measure different parts of the river by demonstrating four different equipment to use. At the same time as basic information about erosion, transportation and deposition.


After all that, we all went for a walk outside into the river park. The place looked really pretty and peaceful, except for the water splashing/flowing sound from the river as you can down from the path but it was a polite sound. 


By the end of the day, I kind of enjoyed the trip to be honest I have to! It was interesting to see how you measure the different parts of the river in person and it did give me more of understanding of how you do it. I am more clear about measuring the river in various methods which gives me an opportunity to give good answers and explain better by imagining it for GCSE examinations.









Whilst we have only just arrived back from half-term the Easter holidays are fast approaching! The school will close for pupils at 12pm on Wednesday 28th March and re-open on Wednesday 11th April.

Could we thank you for all your continued support.


Mr Smith




Congratulations to Elliryn making her confirmation today with Bishop Farquhar. 

On Friday 23rd February pupils of Jordanstown School were transported to the Continent of Africa for our Super Learning Day.


They had the opportunity to try some African dancing, drumming, make mud huts, learn about cocoa beans, taste hot chocolate, paint African pictures and create our own stop motion movies.


We hope you enjoy looking at our photographs.

Some members of Jordanstown School Choir participated in the annual Mossgrove music festival at Ballyearl Arts Centre on Thursday 8th February 2018.  The choir performed a medley of songs which included signing, singing, percussion instruments and vocal solos.


All the children excelled themselves and earned first place in the competition, winning the trophy for the third year in a row. The choir also received a distinction from the adjudicator! The adjudicator commented on the following;


‘Well done- you were all excellent!  I really enjoyed your strong performance!’.



Masterpiece for the MAC Art Competition


Out of 600 entries for the province wide school art competition the Masterpiece at the MAC, one of the pupils from Jordanstown school was awarded the overall prize winner and another was one of the 12 winners.


Class 4 and 5 went to the MAC for the launch of the exhibition of the art works, to receive the prizes and to have a workshop with local artists.


All the art work is currently on display to the public at the MAC in Belfast.





On Friday the 19th December 2017 there was the annual Christmas Carol Service and  Primary Department Nativity. Big thanks to all the staff  and pupils for a wonderful morning of Christmas celebration.





On Friday the 24th November 2017 there was the annual Secondary Prize Giving. Big thanks to our guest of honour, Ulster Ruby player Luke Marshall.