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Whitehouse Primary School, 2 Doagh Rd, Newtownabbey

Principal's Welcome

It is now time to enrol your child for admission to either Nursery or Primary 1 beginning September 2019. Enrolment can be completed online until 31st January at:

https://www.eani.org.uk/parents/admissions

Further advice is available by telephone from the Admissions Helpdesk: 02895985595 (8am-8pm Mon-Thurs and 8am-5pm Fri).

To assist parents/carers who need access to a computer or who would like some help with this process we will open the computer suite in school on:

Wednesday 16th January from 09:30-11:00

Thursday 17th January from 09:30-11:00

Feel free to drop in at any time during these sessions. You can use the computers to access the online forms and staff will be available to assist you with the process. Watch the video below to get a flavour of life at Whitehouse!

Best wishes,

D Blain

(Acting Principal)

 

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Positive Value of the Month

 
 

This month our pupils will be taught to be Forgiving.                               

Internet Safety Hint:  As holders of the e-Safety 360 Degree Award, you should ensure your child/ren understand the importance of not giving personal information to anyone they do not know.    

 

Right of the Month

 

Article 29

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.

As duty bearers, parents/carers and school staff are responsible for ensuring children receive this right.

22nd April marks 'Earth Day', therefore this month we are focusing, in particular, on encouraging our children's respect for the environment. 

The Eco Warriors have done a fantastic job encouraging respect for the environment within our school. We hope that you will also encourage your children to look after the environment at home. They can do this by ensuring they do not drop litter, recycling where possible, reducing their use of single-use plastic and reusing or repairing items rather than replacing them.

You can find out more about this year's Earth Day campaign at earthday.org.

 

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