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All Saints’ Primary School, 42 Tattysallagh Road, Omagh, Co. Tyrone. BT78 5BR

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Mrs Boggs teaches P6/7 and is supported by Classroom Assistant, Roisín.

P6/7 is a class full of activity, with lots of interesting things to learn and skills to develop. We have a big responsibility as we are the role-models for the younger classes. We each have our own job responsibility in the class/school to help prepare us for the next stage in life. Some of these jobs incude being in charge of looking after the ICT and outdoor play equipment and running the Eco and School Councils.  

In Literacy, we love to read from a wide variety of genres and resources, including a wide range of fact books and novels, digital books, internet, newspapers and leaflets. We learn lots of new things about Grammar and Punctuation and we are exposed to a wide variety of writing types, including persuasive, explanation, poetry and narrative writing. We take part in the Accelerated Reading Programme and develop our skills in presenting, discussing and questioning.

In Numeracy, there is A LOT to cover! We work on Number at the beginning of the Week and looks at various Maths Topics later in the week, including Handling Data, Measures and Shape and Space. We develop our Maths Processes throughout these activities and try to incorporate ICT, e.g. learning how to create spreadsheets on Excel and use Scratch to learn about coding.

In World Around Us, we study a range of themes. This year we are looking at: Famine, Natural Disasters, Wind and The Vikings.  We tie in lots of other subjects to our themes, including ICT, Art, Music, Drama, PDMU as well Numeracy and Literacy.

In PE we have opportunities to play Gaelic with coaches from Tyrone GAA. We also have the chance to take part in multi-sport coaching where we play netball, cricket, rugby etc. We enjoy dance with Chris Cross and other games within our own class PE lessons during the year. We take part in various tournaments and blitzes, representing our school.


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