Monday, 29 June 2009

Mrs Bruce Retires!







After 36 years teaching in Black Mountain Primary, our VP Mrs Bruce is retiring! We will miss her very much as she was a tremendous asset to the school. We wish her health and happiness for the years ahead!

Wednesday, 24 June 2009

African Drums Performance





Mrs McClenaghan's class performed a piece of music on the African drums for the school. They wish to thank Mrs Brown from the Boys' Model for all her help. Cory Mann was awarded the 'Best Drummer' certificate while Abbie-Louise Robinson and Ewan Irvine were the 'Most Improved Drummers'. The whole class received certificates and chocolate treats from Mrs Brown.

Monday, 22 June 2009

Football Fun!





P4/5 played a match today against Springfield Primary. The score was 3.3. Man of the match for Black Mountain was Ethan McFarlane. Cory Mann, Ethan McFarlane & Dylan McKeown scored the goals. Well done everyone!

Fun Friday with Dads Matter







Miss Higginson organise a great day out for all the dads. They had a brilliant time at Crazy Golf.

P4/5 visit the Spectrum Centre For Pushkin Celebration







We had a wonderful time participating in the Pushkin Project. The class worked with many talented artists and poets.

Thursday, 28 May 2009

Monday, 25 May 2009

Friday, 15 May 2009

BLACK MOUNTAIN'S GOT TALENT!


Due to last years success, we are running 'Black Mountain's Got Talent' again this June. Registration must be completed by Friday 22nd May. See Mrs Bruce aka Simone Cowell for details.

Thinking Skills


This is a display from P2/3. The class helped Tony & Holly with their journey (and meeting monsters!). This required the class using a variety of thinking skills and problem solving.

Thursday, 14 May 2009

The Amazing Journey



















In the spring of 2000, BSNI was approached by Baptist Youth to support a new Bible Story-telling initiative in schools called 'The Amazing Journey'. The aim was to work in partnership with local churches to present the Scriptures to school children in a highly visual way, using a chronological display (which fills an assembly hall), captivating narration, and characters who would walk on at various points, in costume, to tell their own story.

Each child receives a pack to take home which includes a Scripture portion and the offer of a free 'Big Word for Kids' - CEV New Testament - a gift from the Bible Society.

Black Mountain Primary had the pleasure of participating in this initiative today. The children had lots of fun and learned about the Bible.