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Omagh County Primary School, Omagh, County Tyrone
April 2020 Parent Newsletter available with current information for key workers
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April Parent Newsletter
April Parent Newsletter
1st Apr 2020
 
Break The Rules Day in  Year 1
Break The Rules Day in Year 1
13th Mar 2020
Year 1 enjoyed breaking the rules today at our PTFA fundraiser. Enjoy looking at some of the fun things we got up to during our extra outdoor playtime!  
 
Year 3 raise money for the RNIB!
Year 3 raise money for the RNIB!
6th Mar 2020
As part of their topic 'Take Care Be Safe', Year 3 took part in a blind folded obstacle course to raise money for the Royal National Institute for the Blind. The children raised an amazing £650 - Well done everyone.  Today representatives from RNIB came to Omagh County to talk to the children about how the money raised would be put to use and showed them some of the new resources and equipment...
 
World Book Day 2020
World Book Day 2020
5th Mar 2020
“The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you'll go.” Dr Suess Omagh County Primary School pupils enjoyed an action packed World Book Day 2020! After a very enthusiastic assembly from Mr Morgan's Year 7 class, pupils throughout the school headed back to their classrooms to participate in a wide range of activities to promote reading....
 
Peace Proms 2020
Peace Proms 2020
1st Mar 2020
Senior Choir enjoyed an unforgettable experience today at the Peace Proms 2020! The children, staff and parents who travelled to Belfast made memories that will last a lifetime. A truly amazing event!  Many thanks to Mrs Mathers and her team for organising the wonderful day out. 
 
 

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April 2020 Parent Newsletter available with current information for key workers
 

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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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