St. Teresa’s Primary School is a co-educational maintained primary school which seeks to educate within a caring, Catholic ethos. It also welcomes children of all faiths whose beliefs are respected.

Our school is a UNICEF Rights Respecting School and Article 29 of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC) underpins our school’s visionary framework.

Education must develop every child’s personality, talents and abilities to the full. It must encourage the child’s respect for human rights, as well as respect for their parents, their own and other cultures and the environment’

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Important Notices

Welcome to the seventh week of term. The primary One and two children are currently fund raising for a additional outdoor play equipment. The children will be doing a sponsored fitness event with ‘Fitness Freddy’ on Wednesday 18th October. Parents are welcome to attend the event! Letters issued to P1 and P2 parents. Click on the link for details: Fitness Freddy Fund Raiser for P1 & P2

The school (P5-7 children only) will celebrate the Feast of St Teresa of Avila as well as the opening of a new school year on Friday 20th October at 11.00pm mass in St Teresa’s of Avilla church.

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Beat the Street is back again for 2017-18! Beat the Street Northern Ireland will run from Wednesday 13 September – Wednesday 1 November! Beat the Street is a free, fun game to see how far you can walk, cycle, run and move any which way you can! We are currently in 10th Place so well done! Let’s see if we can do even better this year to win over £1000 in prizes. There are individual prizes for children too. Children will be given a letter and card for parents and carers as well as their own fob and map to show where the beat boxes are. Register fob and parents cards here: www.beatthestreet.me/ni/register. We hope you enjoy the game from Wednesday onwards!

Please see the latest school magazine below by clicking the image. This will give you a flavour of life in St Teresa’s during Term 3 2016-17.

The schedule for school holidays can be found in the parents tab above

Latest School Magazine



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Latest News & Events

  • Upcoming Events

    Sep
    13
    Wed
    all-day Beat the Street Starts
    Beat the Street Starts
    Sep 13 – Nov 1 all-day
    Beat the Street is back again for 2017-18! Beat the Street Northern Ireland will run from Wednesday 13 September – Wednesday 1 November! Beat the Street is a free, fun game to see how far[...]
    Oct
    26
    Thu
    5:00 pm Halloween Disco (FoST)
    Halloween Disco (FoST)
    Oct 26 @ 5:00 pm – 8:30 pm
    Please click the link below for details of the disco: Halloween Disco led by the Friends of St Teresa’s (FoST)

  • Awards & Accreditations

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