Primary 6

Fairtrade Fortnight

During the Fairtrade Fortnight, the children in P6 had Gemma and Emma in from Armagh Banbridge and Craigavon Borough Council.

The two ladies had a PowerPoint concerning Fairtrade and played a retailer consumer game with the children.

Both classes thoroughly enjoyed the experience and look forward to learning more about Fairtrade in Primary .

Thank you Gemma and Emma 

P6 Reach The 7 Mile Marker into Their Half Marathon


Primary 6 recently celebrated reaching their 7 mile marker in working towards completing their Half Marathon.  The enthusiasm and skills displayed each week from the children is very encouraging and Mrs Williamson and Mrs Brown continue to enjoy leading this Primary 6 group to their Half Marathon achievement.

P6S Make Some Fairtrade Presentations

P6S had a great afternoon today making some Fairtrade presentations.  The presentations were to show their peers what they have learnt about Fairtrade during our topic so far.

The children had to use Adobe Spark video to create their presentations where they had to add a theme, add music, add images/videos and add some narration.

The children had great fun and have produced some wonderful work.  It is great to use the iPads in a WAU topic to show off what we know!

Click on Read more to see all the presentation videos from each group.

P6B Making ICT Work!

What an afternoon! Today, the P6B class took ICT to a new level. They used Adobe Spark Video to record and edit a small clip about their WAU topic of Fairtrade.

Each group had to include photographs, music and a theme in their clips which were then watched and peer assessed by the class.

A very enjoyable afternoon of hard work and fun with ICT was had by all!

Well done P6B!  


P6S Learn about the Litter Problem

On Wednesday (25th January) it was the turn of P6S to learn about litter awareness.

The children were fascinated by the information presented to them and they learnt a lot about the problems of litter.  The children were particularly moved by the fact that over £3million is spent by ABC every year just collecting litter! Just imagine what else the council could do with that money if it wasn't literally being thrown away!

P6S will certainly be doing our part to make sure we deal with litter in our area.

Thank you Pamela for talking the time to come in and talk to us.