The Primary had a Super Learning Day based around chocolate on 15th April.  We each received a golden ticket to Willy Wonka’s Chocolate Factory. Whilst there we created chocolate treats and designed a sweetie machine.

We learnt how to keep healthy and exercised to work off ‘chocolate’ calories. We found out where chocolate comes from and how we can help people who grow cacao pods by being responsible consumers and buying ‘Fairtrade’.

The Easter Bunny also appeared and after our hunt we enjoyed a delicious chocolate and fruit fountain. What a Happy Chocolate Day!

Poster have a go day Belfast

On Friday 15th March three pupils received their First Holy Communion from the Celebrant Fr Patrick Delvin.

We had a great visit from Tim Bailie a local author, he read his story ‘The Six Legged Spider’ to our primary pupils and discussed with our secondary pupils the process of becoming an author. 

Tim said the children asked really good questions and he hopes he has inspired some of them to give it a go!  Many thanks Tim from Jordanstown School.

Photograph of local author with pupils

Staff and students celebrated “World Book Day” by dressing up as their favourite book character and participating in a school fashion show.

Big thanks to all staff, pupils and parents for making it such a fun morning.

On Tuesday 5th March pupils of Jordanstown School and their parents were invited to the NDCS prize giving at the city hall in Belfast.

The competition afforded pupils from across the province to showcase their writing and artistic talents.

The pupils from Jordanstown School all did fantastically well and it was a proud day for them and their parents.

Congratulations to our pupils on

their Confirmation

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.