In our archives you will find articles from 2015/16!

  

Update from East Coast Adventures - Thursday 9.30pm

Today has been a very busy day! We are all completely exhausted... And the kids are tired too!

This morning we went wet bouldering in the cold and rain. But that didn't stop us having fun...

 

In the afternoon we went zip lining and crate building! We finished off the evening with a game of archery.  

To make you smile we put the teachers through their paces in the mud!

 

Update from the residential- Wednesday 10.30pm

Hello to all the parents and friends!

All your little angels are safely tucked up in bed for the night.

We are having a blast at East Coast Adventures!

Today we went canoeing, banana boating and pier jumping!  All the children loved the experiences and are excited for tomorrow. Don't be worrying, they're in safe hands! 

What's Happening in Springfield Primary School?

Raising Money for Charity 

Katie Beattie from Primary 4 recently had her hair cut off for charity.  As you can see from the photo her hair had gotten very long and she had spent years growing it.  In total she raised £1605 and the money is being used to pay medical fees for a very sick friend. 

Well done Katie, we are very proud of you!

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  Parent Classes!

As part of our school development plan we have been looking at ways to engage with parents in school.  We are holding a number of classes during April and May for parents ranging from 'Phonics Help!' to cookery and fitness.  On Tuesday 25th April we held a cookery class which was enjoyed by all!  Here are some of the photos.

 

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Latest Letter: 10th March 2016.docx

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Coffee Morning for Mother's Day

On Friday 4th March we held a coffee morning in the resource room to raise money and celebrate Mother's Day.  It was a great success!

Thank you to all who came and all who provided buns and cakes.

World Book Day, Thursday 3rd March 2016

 

Belfast Speech and Drama Festival - 2016

 

Springfield PS had another fantastic year at the Belfast Speech and Drama Festival in the Lyric Theatre. We are very proud of all 36 children who took part. Children took part in a variety of verse speaking and duologue classes.  Taking part takes effort, motivation and confidence to learn a poem, practise it and then perform it in front of an audience and adjudicator.

Every child performed brilliantly and everyone scored above 80.  This is a fantastic result for Springfield. 

 

Prizes

First Place: Georgia McKee, Primary 5

Second Place: Jessica McCaw, Primary 7

Maddie Cunningham, Primary 7

Third Place: Chloe Josol, Primary 3

Tillie Leslie, Primary 5

Highly Commended: Lauren Picking, Primary 5

Lucas Telford, Primary 5

 

Faith Mission Book Fair

The book fair is taking place in school during the week beginning Monday 29th February.  Please encourage your child to come along and see some of the wonderful books on offer at great prices!

 

 

Valentine Fun Day - Friday 12th February

Christmas Fun Day - Thursday 17th December!

 

Christmas Dinner - Wednesday 9th December!

 

 

Extension Opening

On Wednesday 21st October we hosted a number of guests for the opening celebration of our new extension.  They were greatly impressed with the work which has been done and so are we! 

 

 

Photos from our Halloween Fun Day

Enjoy photos from our spooky day!

On the 6th January 2010 we launched 100 balloons to begin our celebrations!   

 

 

We had some special guests to help use celebrate our balloon launch.

Rev John Wonnacott, Chairman of the Board of Governors.

 

 Mr David Cargo, Chief Executive BELB.

 

Mrs Naomi Long, Lord Mayor of Belfast.

 

Centenary Dinner

On Friday 3rd December, over 70 adults celebrated the school's 100th birthday in the City Hall.  Among the guests were the Chief Inspector, Mr Stanley Gowdie and his wife Heather, the deputy Lord Mayor, Mr Willian Humphrey, past and present staff and past pupils.

Guests enjoyed a drinks reception, a delicious meal provided by Posh Nosh and entertainment which included prizes and dancing.

It may have been a cold evening outside but those who attended enjoyed the warmth and grandeur of the City Hall setting.  Those who spoke, referred to the school with pride and had many fond memories of their time spent in the school.

Everyone wished the school well as it entered its second centenary!

 

 

Christmas Centenary Disco

On a very snowy morning, the P1-7 pupils enjoyed the last of the centenary celebrations.  It was a school disco held in the assembly hall.  Children danced and enjoyed party games and prizes.

Just over half the school attended because many were stranded at home in the deepest snow Belfast has seen for sometime.  Thankfully school finished at noon on Friday 17th December to allow everyone to enjoy the festive season and weather.