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Sion Mills Primary School West View Terrace, Sion Mills
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Dear Parents / Guardians

I would like to warmly welcome you to Sion Mills Primary School website. We hope the website will give you an insight into the way we work.

The staff of Sion Mills Primary School firmly believes that children only get one chance at a quality education and are, therefore, committed to raising standards for children in all areas of school life as well as providing a breadth of experiences to enhance their learning.

Oonagh McNelis

Latest News

11th Jan 2020
We read the Blackberry Monster. We drew what we thought it looked like and wrote...
 
 
 
11th Jan 2020
We had fun collecting autumn leaves and seeing signs of autumn.
 
 
 
11th Jan 2020
We enjoyed working with Mrs Sproule's P1 class to investigate pumpkins.
 
 
 
 

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We tasted Blackberries.
We tasted Blackberries.
 
Using string and cubes to work out the circumference.
Using string and cubes to work out the circumference.
 
Rustle!
Rustle!
 
Crunch!
Crunch!
 
Using our magnifying glasses to look closely at our leaves.
Using our magnifying glasses to look closely at our leaves.
 
 
 
 
How many cubes tall?
How many cubes tall?
 
Wow. A Great Jack O Lantern.
Wow. A Great Jack O Lantern.
 
 
 
Lots of seeds.
Lots of seeds.
 
Collecting leaves to make pictures.
Collecting leaves to make pictures.
 
 
 
 
We read the Blackberry Monster.
We read the Blackberry Monster.
 
 
 
 
 
Jonny raking the leaves.
Jonny raking the leaves.
 
 
 
They were quite juicy and sweet.
They were quite juicy and sweet.
 
The leaves are changing colour.
The leaves are changing colour.
 
 
 
 
 
We had to collect 10 leaves each. Just checking how many.
We had to collect 10 leaves each. Just checking how many.
 
Two Blackberry Monsters.
Two Blackberry Monsters.
 
It's a big job so we thought we would help.
It's a big job so we thought we would help.
 
Getting Santa's sleigh ready.
Getting Santa's sleigh ready.
 
Slimy and wet.
Slimy and wet.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Lots of leaves on the ground.
Lots of leaves on the ground.
 
 
 
Berries on the tree for the birds to eat. Not us.
Berries on the tree for the birds to eat. Not us.
 
 
Sticky.
Sticky.
 
 
 
 
 
Recording describing words.
Recording describing words.
 
 
Great effort sounding out the word pumpkin.
Great effort sounding out the word pumpkin.
 
Blackberries are ripe in Autumn.
Blackberries are ripe in Autumn.
 
Will it float or sink?
Will it float or sink?
 
 
 
 
 

Upcoming Events...

Thursday, 30th January 2020
12 noon Closing Date for Nursery and P1 applications