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Activity Time in P4 Room 6
Activity Time in P4 Room 6
28th Sep 2020
P4 have been studying Jill Tomlinson’s novel, The Owl Who Was Afraid Of The Dark.  We love this story and have been using it to springboard our learning right across the curriculum.   Check out our Activity Time photos; Making paper plate owls with moving wings in our Technology group,  Using wires, bulbs, batteries and some very nippy crocodile clips to figure out how to make...
 
September Settling In
September Settling In
28th Sep 2020
September has been a busy time for our Nursery classes. We have been learning the names of some of the children in our class and making new friends. We have been learning how to take off our shoes, put on our puddle suits and look after our belongings and we have been developing our independence by putting our finished artwork in the appropriate place. As you can see from the photos,...
 
Year 1 Celebrate International Day of Languages!
Year 1 Celebrate International Day of Languages!
25th Sep 2020
This year, International Day of Languages takes place on Saturday 26th September. To honour the celebration, Year 1 have been learning how to say 'hello' in different languages from all around the world. We enjoyed looking at the flags from different countries and had a go at designing a flag for Omagh - enjoy our short video of how we celebrated on Friday! This week we have been learning about... The...
 
Come for a look inside Mrs McFarland's classroom!
Come for a look inside Mrs McFarland's classroom!
24th Sep 2020
 
A peek inside our P2 classroom!
A peek inside our P2 classroom!
23rd Sep 2020
 
 
September Self Care
 
Feelings and Emotions
 
Benefits of Exercise
 
How to support a Highly Emotional Child
 
Advice from Aware
 
Managing Coronavirus Anxiety
 
Things will get better!
 
Action Calendar Meaningful May 2020
 

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Omagh County Primary School enjoys a fine reputation as a forward looking and proactive provider of quality teaching and learning.  Our children acquire a broad range of skills and knowledge and it is our belief that all children, given support and encouragement, can achieve their full potential.

Our school crest depicts the tree of life and we as a school community endeavour to make school a place where children develop their moral, social and religious values, equipping them for life in the wider world.

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