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Euston Street Primary School, Belfast

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3rd Mar 2020
The sun is shining and we are enjoying learning about the signs of Spring and new...
28th Feb 2020
Next week year 1 will start a new topic - new life, finding out about the farm and...
28th Feb 2020
Huge congratulations to Miss Webster's Year 5 class this week for winning our KS2...
28th Feb 2020
Huge congratulations to Mrs McKeown's Year 3 class this week for achieving our Rights...
28th Feb 2020
Today’s treat for Fruity Friday was sugar free strawberry jelly, ‘j’...
25th Feb 2020
We have been enjoying investigating Pancake Tuesday and listening to lots of pancake...

Parent 'Drop In' Mornings

Please be aware that we hold parental 'drop in' mornings every Wednesday and Friday morning from 9am to 10:15am with Mrs Killopps. There is tea and coffee and the programme regularly features events about the school curriculum and sessions form outside agencies such as Breast Cancer NI. Everyone is welcome to attend!! 


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Road Safe NI Competition

2nd Apr 2020




House Points

March points update!! Ormeau just about pulling out ahead this early in the year!


Numeracy Passport

Click here to view our full Numeracy Passport document. Thank you! 


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RRSA Silver Award

Huge congratulations to everyone involved in the Euston Street Primary School community. 

Not only are we making progress in championing and demonstrating the rights of children everywhere but we have now been officially recognised by UNICEF as a SILVER Rights Aware school. 

This is as a result of curriculum, policy and cultural changes we have made to ensure that ESPS is always ensuring that our pupil's rights are protected and embedded in the children of our school. 

Many thanks to everyone on staff, parent and pupils for all of their hard work in developing and promoting the rights of children the world over. 

You can read the full UNICEF inspection report for ESPS at the following link. 


Children's Right of the Month

Each month in school, in order to continue developing and highlighting the importance of children's rights, we choose an area of the RSAA charter to focus on. 

This month we are focusing on every child's right to be safe and secure online. 

This is a great opportunity to engage in conversation with your children about what we are doing in school to help keep our pupils safe online and discuss what could also be done in the home to further ensure all of our children are always safe, secure and sensible online. 


Upcoming Events...

Friday, 10th April 2020
SCHOOL CLOSED (Easter Holiday )
Monday, 13th April 2020
SCHOOL CLOSED (Easter Holiday )
Tuesday, 14th April 2020
SCHOOL CLOSED (Easter Holiday )
Wednesday, 15th April 2020
SCHOOL CLOSED (Easter Holiday )
Thursday, 16th April 2020
SCHOOL CLOSED (Easter Holiday )
Friday, 17th April 2020
SCHOOL CLOSED (Easter Holiday )

Eco Flag Awarded!!

Well done to all our Euston Street Eco Warriors who have worked extremely hard over the past 2 years and have managed to earn our Eco Green Flag for 2019-2021.

Last Thursday it was finally down to our Eco Committee to lead two Eco Schools NI assessors around the building, showing and explaining the hard work that every class put into being Eco and how they have been supported in this at home. There is an immense amount of work that goes into this in school and this has also been greatly supported by you. 

The Eco Committee were extremely confident leaders for the day and after a few nervous glances and a lot of enthusiasm, they found out that we had indeed been awarded our Green Flag again.

Thanks again for all your support!


Meet your House Captains!!

Well done to our Year 7s who have been elected captains of their houses! The race for election was long and it sure was tough but the people have spoken and the outcome has been decided. We have the upmost of confidence in our captains and look forward to a year decisive and meaningful leadership for these young pioneers of democracy. 


Safety Notice

The damage to the footpath and the obstructions caused by building vans and cranes etc. on Redcar Street have been reported to the Roads Service now on 2 occasions. I would encourage all not to park near or use the footpath if it can be avoided.

Thank you

John Armstrong 


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