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Ballymena Primary School

Ballymena Primary School

Believe, Persevere, Succeed



P.1 SA

To consolidate Length, we made some long and short bridges! We had lots of fun finding wood that was a similar length to make our long and short bridges sturdy and safe for our cars! I think we have some budding engineers in our class! Great problem solving and group work today Primary 1! 🌉

We really enjoy learning outside!

Superhero Day to celebrate Autism Awareness Week!

This week we have been partitioning number 7. We couldn’t believe how many ways we could make 7. We enjoyed using the bricks to help us learn all about one more and one less.

We had lots of fun today playing with our friends. We are just so happy to be back in school!

Our Wonderful Winter Walk ❄️

We go outside in all sorts of weather! During our Forest School session we made dens to keep us dry.

We had a pattern picnic today to celebrate our shared reading text, Mrs Honey’s Hat. We made patterns with our cupcakes and kept warm with our winter hats, just like Mrs Honey.

Excitement in the park!

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We play lots of games during our Forest School Sessions. These games help us to get to know each other, make new friends and work as a team. We love to throw leaves in the air at the end of a session! Take a look and you will see how much fun it is!

Forest School Adventures

We are fortunate enough to have The People’s Park beside our school! We complete our Forest School Sessions in a different part of the park each week. 

Outdoor Problem Solving

We just love getting outside and using the natural environment to help us learn! We used our problem solving skills to create dens and even spotted some animals during our enquiry based learning. We explored our playground and found lots of interesting natural materials like twigs, chestnuts and acorns. We sorted them into smooth and not smooth and then sorted each item into smooth and rough. 

Learning Today for Tomorrow’s World