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Hart Memorial Primary School, Portadown

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27th Mar 2020

We had an excellent last day in P7T - we had a lot of fun. This class was a fantastic class to teach, and this year will be one to remember despite this terrible virus. It really was a pleasure teaching them all. As our photos show, fun was the name of the day. 

As new normals take over, I will say that while school work is important, please don't let it become a problem or issue for your children. I very much encourage your children doing the following: reading a novel, doing a puzzle, building a fort, baking, painting, playing with lego, gardening, cleaning their rooms, walking the dogs, washing the dishes, cutting the grass, helping with groceries, getting fresh air, tidying and speaking to their grandparents. Maintaining healthy mental health will be key for all of us! Take care and good luck in the time ahead. 

Mr C. Teggarty

 
 
 
19th Mar 2020

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
12th Mar 2020

Sean Scully is a Dublin based painter who took inspiration from the stone walls of Ireland and created many popular paintings imitating such features. P7T used a ruler, a pencil and some A3 paper to do exactly the same. Using a mixture of colours, pupils did a great job making their own creations. Well done P7

 
 
 
11th Mar 2020

P3 were designing and making bird feeders today.  Have a look at how we are getting on. 

 
 
 
10th Mar 2020

Every Tuesday P3 read with a P6 reading buddy.  We love to read.

 
 
 
9th Mar 2020

We decorated our classroom door to celebrate World Book Day on Thursday 5th March.

 
 
 
 
 
 
6th Mar 2020

We have had a busy day learning about stranger danger.

 
 
 
6th Mar 2020

We enjoyed dressing up and bringing in our favourite books to share to celebrate World Book Day.

 
 
 
6th Mar 2020

We had a busy morning learning about stranger danger

 
 
 
6th Mar 2020

P7T did guided reading work on our class novel, ‘Under the Hawthorn Tree’ and produced a book report on our favourite books for World Book Day. The pictures below are children with their favourite books.