Friday 24 March 2017
Welcome to Strandtown Primary School website!
This noticeboard is updated regularly. Any important notices will appear here.
There was a special treat for one of our Year 7 pupils this morning. The Year 7 pupils have been writing letters to people they admire. One celebrity decided rather than to send his reply to in the post that he would visit the school to deliver his reply personally. Come along this morning before 9am to meet him and his co-presenter!
The new school year calendar for 2017/2018 is now available to download. Please note that the pupils will be finishing at 12.30pm on Thursday 31 August 2017.
Please remember that school starts at 8.50am. Lateness causes your child to miss important information and can be disruptive to the rest of the class.
This week school dinners will follow the Week 4 menu. The menu is available on this website. Please take time to look at the tasty food available. Please note that a dinner ticket costs £2.55 and should be purchased on Mondays. Cheques should be made payable to the Education Authority Belfast Region.
Please remember not to bring your cars into the school premises between 8.30am and 9.00am and from 2.45pm to 3.15pm. We also would ask that you would respect the residents and their property. Please do not obstruct access to driveways and ensure when parking you are adhering to road laws and leave suitable space on footpaths for pedestrian access. We appreciate your support to ensure the safety of everyone within the vicinity of the school.
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Harvest Assembly 2016
Today marked the end of another very successful half term for the boys and girls in Strandtown. We finished today with our annual Harvest assembly. The junior choir opened up proceedings with some excellent singing and the boys and girls from Room 39 in year 6 led the morning. The boys and girls had many visitors also. Our Principal Mr McClenaghan visited us to receive a cheque for £2000 for his Alzheimer's charity, we said a sad final goodbye to Mrs Scholes from our school office, Matt from Storehouse in Belfast came in and thanked the boys and girls for all their generous donations of canned food and the Rev Ebbinghaus led us in worship. We all now look forward to a very restful and safe Halloween break.