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Holy Rosary Primary School, Sunnyside Crescent Belfast

P7 Miss Hyland

Welcome to Miss Hyland's Primary 7 class.

It has been an extremely busy start to our Primary 7 year. We have been working hard in all our lessons and learning about Healthy Living and The Victorians. We created wonderful portraits using oil pastels, based on the work of the artist Paul Klee, which have been displayed in our classroom. We are very talented in Primary 7!

We have also been continuing to develop our ICT skills by taking part in lessons with Mrs Cooke and Miss Hyland. We completed a 'Healthy Living' leaflet using the 'Pages' app on our iPads. We are now moving on to learning about Film & Animation.

We are continuing to enjoy taking part in weekly Spanish and Chinese lessons.

This year, so far, we have taken part in ‘Restart A Heart’ Day within Aquinas Diocesan Grammar School where we learned the importance of and the correct way to administer CPR. We also had a visit from the Recycling Bus provided by the Belfast City Council. Professor Fluffy came to visit us and gave us an introduction to university life. Later in the year as part of this programme, we will be participating in a STEM challenge within Queen’s University itself. We are really excited about this! We have been fortunate enough to have had the opportunity to be the audience at some wonderful performances. We saw a fantastic performance of ‘The Wizard of Oz’ at Wellington College and more recently an amazing performance of ‘Alice: The Musical’ within the Lyric Theatre.

Within our class, some of our classmates are preparing to receive the Sacrament of Confirmation on the 29th January 2019. Within November, they took part in their Service of Light and Commitment. We are looking forward to this very special day.

We are looking forward to many new experiences throughout our final year in Holy Rosary Primary School.



Miss L Mulholland
Miss L Mulholland

Classroom Assistant

Miss B Hyland
Miss B Hyland
Teacher (P7)

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4th Nov 2019
Holy Rosary pupils had a fantastic time at W5 today courtesy of the Goliath Trust...