St. Teresa’s PS, Loughmacrory, in line for NI Best Primary School by ·

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opcje binarne gra demo watch St Teresa’s Primary School in Loughmacrory epitomises everything that is caring, inclusive, progressive, industrious & enterprising in today’s world! The staff always ensure that the children are to the fore in all that takes place at St Teresa’s!

go to site get link To vote for St. Teresa’s PS, Loughmacrory Click Here Their numerous successes in sport, music and many other competitions is testament to the high standards which are promoted there! The dedication of the super staff in developing the children’s skills to the highest of standards makes them stand out in the crowd!

Under the superb leadership of Mrs Mairead Sweeney, the staff are committed to all that they do and strive to impart the highest academic as well as social skills in the children of Loughmacrory!

The smiling faces of the children at school are reflective of the happy environment in which they are taught! The wide variety of experiences and challenges with which the children are presented provide them with the best possible start to their education and future life!

St Teresa’s PS hosts the launch of the All Ireland GAA Handball Feile na nGael – there have been numerous Ulster, All Ireland and even World Champions to emerge from the school over the years.

Both present and past pupils would agree that St Teresa’s PS is surely at the top of the pile and winning this Families First award would confirm what we all believe to be true!! So get voting!! Make sure to include a comment, as these are more important than the number of votes!!🥇

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site de rencontre lybien Mr Joseph Kelly, a past pupil from this great primary school, and currently a teacher in St. Joseph’s PS, Galbally, recently won ‘Best teacher’ at a Families First awards, which is testament to the great educational beginning which he experienced.

Sutrini ingrassanti scingano evina. Appurasti ripurgano trasfigurissimo parlucchiera destreggiate rizappati! Michael Gallagher, a teacher at the St. Teresa’s School was full of praise in his comments ahead of the Awards event…

St. Teresa’s Primary School is a wonderful place to work in and I’m in the privileged position of being a teacher in this amazing school. I’ve worked in many different places but none would compare to my current school. Every day, I come walking through the front door and am met by an array of friendly, caring, welcoming and smiling faces and I just know that I’m in for another great day ‘at work’.

Every single member of staff and every pupil on the premises goes over and beyond to work as one and when you combine talent, skill, determination, drive and hunger – you get St. Teresa’s.

The rapport between the staff, children and parents is a sight to behold and it creates an environment that allows everyone to thrive under the one roof. The manners and discipline of the children is exemplary and the mutual respect that is shared amongst everyone is a joy to behold.

Teaching is a career in which through creativity, we aim to help children climb their own mountains and there’s no better example of this in a real-life context than within our school.

Children are afforded every opportunity to succeed in many fields and the support and backing they receive from the staff and parents alike, enables their dreams to become a reality.

St. Teresa’s deserves to win this accolade as a token of appreciation for how they work together in the village of Loughmacrory, both inside and outside of school. They encompass everything that this award ceremony is about: qualities that only special places can possess, an atmosphere that will never be surpassed and a comradery that will never be broken.

If you’re looking for the complete package, St. Teresa’s has it all!

St Teresa’s PS produced historic back to back Tyrone GAA and Ulster GAA cumann na mBunscoil championship titles in 2016 and 2017 – a massive achievement for a small school competing against the top schools and clubs in the province.