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Whitehouse Primary School, 2 Doagh Rd, Newtownabbey
Well done to Jordan Thompson, a past pupil, on his call up to the recent Northern Ireland squad! | Congratulations to our Eco Committee on their success. They have just gained the Silver Eco Award and the Green Tree School Award Bronze Level. Next year our Green Flag Eco Award awaits! | Rights Respecting School Award - Article 30: You have a right to enjoy your own culture, use your own language and practise your own religion.”
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Netball Club


Netball is a non-contact sport that is played by two teams of seven players — the aim being to outscore the opponents.  Each player is given a "position" that defines their responsibility and restricts their role to a specified area of the court.  To keep the gameplay fast, once you have possession, you must pass the ball or shoot for goal within three seconds. You cannot move when you have the ball.  Furthermore, players must cooperate successfully to attack, defend and score goals.  The emphasis is on teamwork, skill, and communication and requires players to run around the pitch, sprint, and change direction quickly.

This year the Whitehouse Netball Club will run on a Wednesday for Year 5 to Year 7’s.   Come along and we will have lots of fun learning to play the game together.  You might even get selected to play for the Whitehouse Primary Netball Team in the Newtownabbey Primary School Girls’ Netball League and Tournaments.