A Message from the Principal: 

Mr. M Hall,

– Titles: “B.Ed, M.Ed; D.A.S.E; P.G. Dip. Ed; PQH ” (NI) –

“Building on the past, learning for the present, preparing for the future” 

Welcome to Richmount Primary School’s website. 

This website has been designed to provide you with useful information

and give you some insight into the educational opportunities available in this school . . .

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In the many languages of the world,

Richmount Primary School Welcomes you all . . .

~ Week At a Glance ~

Week beginning 20th May 2019

EXAMINATION WEEK

MONDAY 20th

  • P3-7 EXAMS
  • Girls’ Football Practice (Finish at 4pm)

TUESDAY 21st

  • P3-7 EXAMS
  • Shared Education P1/2 (Richmount)
  • P6/7 swimming
  • P7 Cycling Proficiency
  • Girls’ Hockey Practice

WEDNESDAY 22nd

  • P3-7 EXAMS
  • P7 Cycling Proficiency
  • Richmount Cup Girls’ Football Tournament (MUGA 1pm – 3.30pm)
  • Knitting Club

THURSDAY 23rd

  • SCHOOL CLOSED – EUROPEAN ELECTION

FRIDAY 24th

  • P3-7 EXAMS
  • P1/2 Shared Education trip to Fort Evergreen
  • P4/5 World War 2 Day
  • Buckley Cup Football Tournament Loughgall 10am – 2pm

~ Ambassador’s Girls’ Football ~

On Tuesday 14th May the P7 girls competed in the Ambassador’s Girls’ Football Tournament at Richhill Recreation Centre. The Girls competed in the pool stages of the completion against Saints and Scholars, Kings Park A and Orchard County. The girls recorded a brilliant 3-0 win over Saints and Scholars and a nailbiting 1-1 draw against Orchard County. This meant that the girls qualified for the Cup completion and sadly lost 1-0 to Abercorn in the quarter final. A great day out was completed when Ellie Woolsey was awarded the Player of the Tournament award. Well done Ellie!

~ Richmount Cup Boy’s Tournament ~

The Richmount Cup Boys’ Tournament took place on the school’s MUGA on Wednesday 15th May, with 6 schools competing. They were Richmount, Orchard County, Birches, Cope, Markethill and Mullavilly. Thankfully the weather was very kind and this enabled all participants to thoroughly enjoy the event. One player from each team was presented with an award for being his school’s most promising player. Richmount’s most promising player on this occasion was Charlie Stephenson. Congratulations Charlie!

~ House Points ~

Bann – 925

Shimna – 725

Lagan – 750

Foyle – 800

Our Original School Logo 

” The rays of sunshine are rays of learning rising above the mount of knowledge.

(Each ray represents the individual strands of the curriculum.) This logo was the winning design produced by a pupil at the school as part of a competition. “

Children Learn What They Live ~

– If a child lives with criticism it learns to condemn. 

– If a child lives with hostility it learns to fight. 

– If a child lives with ridicule it learns to be shy. 

– If a child lives with shame it learns to feel guilty. 

– If a child lives with tolerance it learns to be patient.

– If a child lives with encouragement it learns confidence. 

– If a child lives with praise it learns to appreciate. 

– If a child lives with fairness it learns justice. 

– If a child lives with security it learns to have faith. 

– If a child lives with acceptance and friendship it learns to find love in the world. 

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Year Groups

Nursery
P1&2
P3&4
P4&5
P6&7 Mrs. M
P6&7 Mr. H