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St Patrick's Primary School, Armagh

Religious Education

 
 
 
 

As a Catholic Maintained school we regard our religious education as very important in establishing and maintaining our Catholic ethos. Catholic attitudes and values permeate the whole school day and provide the backdrop against which the educational process takes place in our school.

We follow the Alive O programme from P1 to P7.  This is further enhanced by visits from our school Chaplain, Fr Thomas Mc Hugh, preparation for the Sacraments, wholeschool assemblies which celebrate religious festivals and the regular attendance at Mass in the Cathedral.

During the school year we avail of opportunities to invite our wider school community into the school.  Regular class Assemblies, the Nativity performances at Christmas, the special service to celebrate the role of Grandparents in our lives and the family Mass after First Communion are some of the ways we enhance our relationship with families and encourage the development of our faith in our community.

 

 

 

Religious Education

10th Oct 2018
Fr. Ryan Mc Aleer and Mrs Mary Hampsey visited several classes in our school today....
 
 
 
13th Jun 2018
Our school motto 'We Care, We Share, We Learn' was in action throughout...
 
 
 
15th May 2018
It’s a busy time for all three of our Primary Seven classes as their Confirmation...
 
 
 
13th May 2018
The staff of St.Patrick’s P.S. would like to THANK everyone who helped...
 
 
 
10th May 2018
For the last number of weeks and indeed months the P4’s from St. Patrick’s...
 
 
 
15th Apr 2018
Congratulations to our Primary 7 boys and girls who took the Pioneer Pledge at this...
 
 
 
27th Mar 2018
Congratulations to two of our P7 pupils Niamh and Demi-Leigh,who were awarded prizes...
 
 
 
2nd Feb 2018
The P3 classes repeated their Assembly, originally performed for their grandparents,...
 
 
 
26th Oct 2017
Past pupil, Eimear Rooney, returned to school to present Mr Mc Kinley with a Lourdes...
 
 
 
27th Jun 2017
The Staff of St. Patrick's are very sad to see this year's P7 classes leave.  They...