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Whitehouse Primary School, 2 Doagh Rd, Newtownabbey
Rights Respecting School Award - Article 2: “You shouldn’t be treated badly or discriminated against because you are or are seem different.”
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Principal's Welcome

Welcome to our website. We aim to serve our community by providing a high quality of education for all our pupils.  At the very centre of all we do are the children in our care.

Our intention is that this website will give all who visit it a very clear impression of what our school aims to achieve. If, however, you would like to visit us to find out more please contact the school office to arrange an appointment. 

'Learning to Live' is our vision statement.  Our school strives for high academic standards but we never compromise in nurturing our pupils' enjoyment of life.

Thank you for visiting our site. 

F. Bailie

 

Latest News

19th Apr 2018
Year 4 have had a great day at Stormont, we found out about MLAs and their jobs in...
 
 
 
19th Apr 2018
Year 4 thoroughly enjoyed their visit to Stormont this morning. We sat in the Assembly...
 
 
 
13th Apr 2018
Over a series of weeks P5 have been making 3D papier mache masks of Tutankhamun's...
 
 
 
11th Apr 2018
Feedback from our first AQE practice paper showed that many of the pupils in year...
 
 
 
23rd Mar 2018
PTA Easter Egg Colouring Competition and Festival of Words Handwriting Competition...
 
 
 
23rd Mar 2018
In the Nursery we have been looking at lots of different animals and flowers that...
 
 
 
23rd Mar 2018
Miss Owen’s class have now finished their Forest School sessions and what great...
 
 
 
23rd Mar 2018
Congratulations to our Easter Egg colouring competition winners and the winner of...
 
 
 
 

Positive Value of the Month

'Respecting their Sacrifice'

Forgiving - In April we encourage pupils to be forgiving. We all make mistakes and it is important to be willing to give others a 'fresh start'.  If a person can forgive it makes them happier and a better friend.  

We stress, however, that we also need to say we are sorry and try to make our mistakes right when we are in the wrong.  If we both forgive and seek to correct our mistakes our school will be a great place! 

Internet Safety Hint: Pupils are taught to be responsible on the internet.  The internet is not a place to be cross with others.  When others are unkind pupils are encouraged to speak to an adult straight away.   

 

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