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St Conor's Primary School, Omagh

Foundation Stage

Years 1 and 2

 

Foundation Stage Day 9.10am - 2.15pm

Break 10.45am - 11.00am

Lunch 12.15pm - 1.00pm

 

The curriculum for the Foundation Stage at Primary is set out in Areas of Learning comprising:

 

Langauge and Literacy including Talking and Listening, Reading and Writing.

Listen to our Jolly Phonics Songs here.

 

Click here to learn about our Oxford Reading Characters.

 

 Mathematics and Numeracy including Number, Measures, Shape and Space, Sorting, Patterns and Relationships.

 

Art and Design, Drama and Music including Art and Design, Drama and Music.

 

World Around Us including Interdependence, Place, Movement and Energy andChange Over Time.

 

Personal Development and Mutual Understanding including Personal Development and Health, and Mutual Understanding in the Local and Wider Community.

 

Physical Development including Athletics, Dance, Games and Music.

 

Religious Education

 

For more information on the Foundation Stage click here.

Documents

News

5th Feb 2018
Years 1, 2 and 3 pupils from St. Conor's welcomed grandparents, parents and...
 
 
 
25th Jan 2018
P.7 pupils and staff received a very warm welcome from the staff and pupils at...
 
 
 
24th Jan 2018
Twenty two pupils from Saint Conor's P.S competed in the third and final round...
 
 
 
19th Jan 2018
Primary Seven pupils have been learning all about 'The Irish Famine and Emigration'....
 
 
 
20th Dec 2017
Congratulations to all the boys and girls in years 4,5 and 6 who reached their personal...
 
 
 
20th Dec 2017
After weeks of rehearsing the Christmas Concerts finally arrived for 1AD, 1MM, 2UC,...
 
 
 
20th Dec 2017
What a feast!  The boys and girls of St. Conor's tucked into a traditional Christmas...
 
 
 
20th Dec 2017
We Have been informed that Sadie has won a Unison "Stars in Our School" Award, having...
 
 
 
18th Dec 2017
Congratulations to Anna Mc Cann in P4UB, who was awarded the Margaret Johnston Memorial...
 
 
 
12th Dec 2017
Congratulations to Sean Duke, who is a Primary 7 pupil in our school. Sean, along...