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Our Vision: Learning Together in a Changing World




Gabriel made The Titanic at home with his Dad.  It took them 3 months to make.  He was very proud to show it off to the others classes today.

SCU2 and Year 6 visited the Planetarium in Armagh.  They had a build a Rocket workshop, where they made rockets from plastic bottles.  The children were then allowed to launch their rockets outside to see how far they flew.  A few landed in the trees.  Back inside we all went into the dome, we looked at all the planets and stars.  We really had a good day.


SCU2 really enjoyed meeting some of the animals from Zoolab. 

European Day of Languages in SCU2

We all dressed up in French costumes.  We made delicious croissants with hot chocolate.  Our teacher told us some French words and we coloured a rainbow using French colours.

We all had a great day



Art for All Day in SCU2

Some fantastic art work from everyone

SCU2 Planted Beetroot in our school garden

Come and See Us Think in SCU2

World Book Day 2015


We have been learning about needs and wants as part of our work on Rights Respecting Schools

Financial Capability 2015

Our Water Cycle Models

Active @ School with Helping Hands and Fitness Freddy.  SCU2 really enjoyed getting active with Fitness Freddy, he said "You were awesome".

Liquid Gold

During WAU we have been learning about the water cycle.  The experiment above shows how water evaporates and condenses.


Respect Assembly

On Friday 7th November SCU2 enjoyed sharing their thoughts about 'Respect' in Assembly.  Well done to everyone for speaking so confidently and giving everyone lots of tips on how to be respectful!



Trip to W5

SCU2 enjoyed a trip to W5 on Friday 10th October.  They took part in a fantastic workshop that extended what they have been learning about the human body.  They also enjoyed having a go on the newest attraction at W5...'Climb It!

Visit from Dr Gilpin

SCU2 and Year 5 had a visit from Dr Gilpin this morning.  They had lots of questions prepared and Dr Giplin was very impressed with their knowledge about the body.  A great morning was had by all.  Thankyou Dr Gilpin!