19th October 2018
At All Children's IPS we love to reward good effort and good work and each fortnight we gather one piece of work from each class for our WAGOLL (What A Good One Looks Like) display board. The photograph shows some of our WAGOLL award winners last week together with a beautiful piece of art one of our P5s made. We are also busy getting ready for Halloween and the P7s have enjoyed preparing what they will be carrying during this year's HallowTides parade in Newcastle.
12th October 2018
Thursday was a busy day at All Children's with the whole school taking part in a sponsored walk for Action MS at Castlewellan Forest Park (see below), followed by staff from the Nerve Creative Arts Centre in Belfast (who are working with us throughout the year) running a Coding workshop for our P2s as part of EU Coding Week and it finished with welcoming 11 teachers from Belgium & Germany who are in Northern Ireland finding out about integrated education.
4th October 2018
Twelve of our P5s have had a lovely morning at Slieve Dhu Nursing Home reciting their own poems and listening to poems with the residents. Thank you to everyone who made us so welcome.
Thank you as well to everyone who came along last night to our Linguistic Phonics Workshop with Paula Quinn to find out all about how we teach spellings and reading in the school.
Welcome to All Children's IPS
May I take this opportunity to welcome you to All Children's Integrated Primary School new website.
All Children's opened in September 1986 and has prospered and grown ever since. We are an all ability integrated primary school for 4 - 11 years olds and there are currently over 210 children enrolled.
The caring and dedicated staff at All Children's IPS strive to ensure that the time your child spends at primary school is memorable, happy and rewarding.
We deliver a broad and balanced curriculum for all children and aim to give every pupil frequent opportunities to express success in learning and to achieve as high a standard as possible.
As an integrated school respect and tolerance are at the core of all we do. We place great emphasis on being as inclusive as possible, providing a welcoming learning environment where all traditions, cultures and abilities are respected and nurtured together.
We value every child and have the highest expectations in all areas of their development:- academic, social, spiritual, physical and emotional.
Please feel free to contact the school if you would like further information.
A copy of the Board of Governors 2016/2017 Annual Report is available from the office.
Our Key Stage Two pupils put on three fantastic performances of Super Stan. Well done to everyone who took part and special thanks to Mrs McConnell, Ms Skeffington, Mr Rodgers and Mr Houlahan.
Latest School Calendar Events
- Parent Teacher Interviews22Oct2018
- Special Olympics Assembly23Oct2018
- Halloween Discos26Oct2018
@ 1:15 - 2:00 Reception - P3 pupils 2:00 - 2:45 P4 - P7 pupils
Noreen from Action MS explained to the pupils, in a very child friendly manner, some of the effects of Multiple Sclerosis
Pupil of the Week