Eliza Street, Belfast, Antrim BT7 2BJ
Please click on the above link for information on Mathletics Summer Activities.
Covid-19 timetable remains in place.
P1 Start 9.30 a.m. and finish 2.30 p.m.
P2 Start 9.15 a.m. and finish 2.15 p.m.
P3 Start 9.00 a.m. and finish 2.00 p.m.
P4 Start 8.45 a.m. to 2.30 p.m.
P5 Start 9.20 a.m. to 3.05 p.m.
P6 Start 9.15 a.m. to 3.00 p.m.
P7 Start 8.55 a.m. to 2.40 p.m.
Covid-19 safety measures continue to be in place and all the rules remain the same.
Please keep socially distanced at all points outside and inside the school.
Please continue to follow the school's one way system.
We were very successful previously in our management of Covid-19, it remains crucial that we continue the high level of safety.
Thank you all for your assistance in keeping our school as safe as it can be for everyone.
World Book Day
The children had a lot of fun making potato characters from their favourite books!
Aren't they great? Can you work out who they are?
Spirit of Catholic Education Award
Unfortunately due to the lockdown we are unable to have our Grandparents' Day celebration. But a big thank you to grandparents everywhere for the amazing job they do!
Click the photo below to see some of the children's thoughts about their Grandaparents.
Please click on link below for advice and support on Home Learning and Well being
We strive to fulfil our potential in all aspects of our lives.
We serve all to the best of our abilities.
We smile as we endeavour to develop resilience in the face of life’s challenges and learn to appreciate the times when life demonstrates its wonder and beauty.
St. Malachy's Primary School is a Nurturing School and has achieved the Marjorie Boxhall Quality Mark Award and School of Sanctuary status. We are committed to implementing the six principles of a nurturing school.
We are Seesaw ambassadors and attempt to link parents to the work children do at school.
We appreciate the wonder of other cultures and religions with whom we share the world and our school. Together we demonstrate that the world and our little school is a place where we laugh, cry, learn to work hard, help each other and prepare for the great gifts and challenges that our world has to offer us.
Gaelic Day Out
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Children's 'My 1 metre world' sketches
Sport's Day with Mr McCaffery
Join the fun!
Happy and Safe in School!!!!
Big thank you to parents and carers for all the support. Big thank you to the staff for keeping everyone safe. One small step for a school one giant leap for schooling.
Our new break-time play ideas.
We were asked what we wanted to do at break time break-time. This is what we chose to do. It is such fun!
We have reduced the number of children getting hurt by 100%
It is our aim to provide a safe and caring environment in which we all can recognise our own self-worth and achieve our full potential. It is our intention to foster our spiritual, moral, emotional, intellectual, physical, social and cultural development. We endeavour to encourage Christian and non-Christian life and academic development and prepare for the opportunities, responsibilities and challenges of life. We encourage children to work and play in a spirit of cooperation and fairness, showing tolerance of, and respect for, the needs of others, and for cultures and religions which are different to their own. We aim to provide a broad curriculum, which is child-centred and recognises the needs of individual children. We have high expectations of our children. We are a Catholic school with a strong emphasis on Christ’s teachings but we have a deserved reputation for our pursuit of inclusion and our welcome of all faiths (and none), whose views and beliefs are fully respected. We believe that a strong partnership between home, school and community is essential to promote the well-being of all in our school and in the wider community.
School of Sanctuary Award
Staff and children proudly show off their new certificate and school plaque.
Well done to everyone for their hard work in making everyone in our school feel safe and that they belong in our school.
The djembe drummers wowed the large crowd in Belfast's City Hall with their skills.
November 3rd Feast Day of St. Malachy.