Forest School Awards
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St Patrick's Primary School, Dungannon Working towards qualification

Council area: Mid Ulster District Council
Forest School contact: Roisin Campbell
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Nest Background: The first step towards success is believing we can succeed.

St. Patricks Primary School nurtures all individuals in their life-long journey to achieve their full and unique potential by:
developing a meaningful and loving relationship with God in a secure and happy environment.
celebrating our self-worth and understanding our individual talents and achievements.
recognising, understanding and expressing our own feelings.
understanding and empathising with others.
embracing diversity and having respect for all
taking ownership of their role as citizens of the local and global community.
Developing a spirit of charity, social justice and concern for others.

We believe that each child will be inspired and experience success through:

an ethos that actively promotes Catholic values.
an environment where Catholic values are embedded in the life of the community.
an enriched, inclusive learning environment.
stimulating, innovative learning experiences and dynamic teaching.
a diverse extended schools programme
a skills based curriculum promoting independent thinking , development of the whole person, creativity and a positive approach to learning.
We demonstrate our commitment to working together as a learning community by:

Looking forward, embracing new initiatives , working as a team and striving towards success for all.

Finished Forest School setting: St Patricks Primary School secured a Forest School Award from Mid-Ulster Council in 2017/18. The Forest School setting was the beautiful Ranfurly House, just a short 10 minutes walk away.

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