Leave your old school shoes behind
Thurs 29 June
Last Day of Term
Fri 30 June
(Non-uniform £1 Sals Shoes)
Have a great summer!
New Term Starts
Wednesday 30 August 2017
2017 prize winners
We all thoroughly enjoyed P7 Leavers' Assembly; what a talented bunch. It was fantastic to see such support from family and friends. We wish our wonderful P7s all the best for the future as they make the next step in their school journey. You can be anything you wish to be.
Well done to the boys who took first place in a recent tournament at Saintfield FC. First football silverware to come our way in a while! Half of the team are only in P5, which bodes well for the future.
pta summer fair
What fun was had on a balmy Friday evening in June. There was a great turn out and a wide variety of things to do. Thanks very much to the local businesses which supported us and the PSNI and Fire Service who joined the fun. The biggest thanks goes to our wonderful hard-working PTA.
sports day fun
The weather permitted! We are very proud of how well our pupils participated at both Sports Day events. A big thanks to all our wonderful supporters for cheering us on, to the fantastic Richard McMeekin for his repartee and to the SPAR Carryduff for the water and fruit. Have a look in the Gallery for some more photos.
P2 & SCU1 visit the zoo
All the little monkeys enjoyed their trip to Belfast Zoo. They saw lots of wonderful animals which they will be learning about in topic work.
mosaic madness in P4
P2, P4 and P7 have been vey getting very arty thanks to help from Young at Art. The print making, mosaic and drama have been great fun and we made some beautiful pieces of art.
P7 Edinburgh Trip
P7 had 4 wonderful days touring the sights of Edinburgh, what we didn't see wasn't worth seeing! Have a look at the blog in the P7 class pages for some more photos.
Address: Carryduff Primary school
Telephone: 028 90812918
Fax: 028 90814136
Principal: Barbara Preston
Staff Scoot for the big pedal
15 members of staff got on their wheels for the Big Pedal.
Pull on your day-glo leg warmers and strut your stuff with our resident DJ Cindy. P1-P5 must be accompanied by an adult. Admission £2.50 per child.
P2 & P3 pupils present Jane from TearFund with a cheque for £1760 following our recent Charity Week events.
Great Turnout for the Walking Bus
We were delighted that so many people joined us for our Walking Bus to school and afterwards for breakfast. What a beautiful morning.
pta craft fair
A HUGE thank you to the PTA, the stall holders and those who supported us on 11 March for our Craft Fair. The morning raised a fantastic £750 for PTA funds.
2017 Peace Proms
The Choir were thrilled to take part in a wonderful performance at the Peace Proms in the SSE Arena. The standard of music and singing was incredible.
Challenge Day for tearfund
What fun we had completing the three Challenges as part of Charity Week in February. We raised in excess of £1700.
Our Student Council enjoyed an very informative trip to Stormont with our friends from St Joseph's and Lisnasharragh Primary Schools.
Choir Practise their moves
Choir getting some practice in at the Ulster Hall for the forth-coming Peace Proms
We had such good fun learning all day without using any paper. We'll definitely have to do it more often.
Christmas Fair FUn
The PTA organised a brilliant night for us all and it was so well attended. Santa was very impressed with the pupils from Carryduff Primary School and told us they are all on the 'Nice' list (he was also very impressed with his new grotto). We want to thank the local businesses for their generosity.
So far the total raised stands at a whopping £1900
it's anti-bullying week
All our pupils will be participating in activities to develop understanding of and strategies for anti-bullying.
A huge thank you to our PTA who organised another highly successful Halloween Disco. From Crazy Cat Ladies to Mario and Luigi Carryduff had it covered.
Thanks also to Cindy who led another night of dancing.
Check out the photo gallery for more photos.
Maths/coding week 2016
We all had great fun solving lots of problems and coding some tricky games throughout the week.
Kick starting our Autumn Active Challenge, pupils came dressed as bright as they could for 'Ditch the Dark Day'. We now want to see how many pupils can make 8 'Active' journeys to school before half term. There should be no school traffic in Killynure Road over the next two weeks!
Well done to Eva who competed in the Ulster Schools' Championships at the weekend. She came 2nd in the 50m backstroke and 3rd in the 50m butterfly. She will now go forward to represent the school in the Irish Championships in February.
P4 led a lovely assembly this morning on the topic of Life Cycles. A talented class, full of beautiful singers too.
KS2 parents experienced a great evening of hands on maths courtesy of Ian and Paul from the Izak 9 team. Parents, kids and maths together - love it!
Ditch the stabilisers
Some of our intrepid P1 & P2 pupils taking off without their stabilisers. Thanks to Emma from Sustrans for taking all the sessions and to parents for joining in.
P7 have been having great fun and learning lots with the introduction of IZAK9 to help with Mental Maths. Intrigued? W're holding a workshop for all KS2 parents on Wednesday 28th September at 7pm. Come along and join us for a bit of craic while experiencing what we get up to in KS2. Light refreshments will be provided beforehand.
Riley in P2 has become a bit of a local celebrity with various appearances on TV and radio over the past few weeks. Riley spent a lot of time in the Royal Victoria Hospital when he was a baby and as a result he wants to raise some money for the hospital that helped save his life.
To help him on his mission, each class has a copper jar in their class which they hope to fill over the next few weeks. Get hunting down the back of those sofas!
We are delighted to be able to offer this course to our parents again this year. See details beside for the information session on Tues 20 September.
Very well done to Theo, Cameron, Dawn and Sera who all passed piano exams with distinction. Keep up the hard work this year.
playground paths pals
Our Primary 6 class completed training in PATHs Pals in June and will start work next week (September). Their job is to ensure that in our playground everyone is included in games; they will teach the younger pupils some new games to play and include anyone feeling lonely or left out. They will also be able to remind the pupils to use their PATHs strategies to resolve issues - use Control Signals (P4-P7) or do Turtle (P1-P3). Good luck guys, you'll be great.
P3 Get creative
Look what we can make with Hexiclick