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Tobermore Primary School, Magherafelt
Christmas Dinner and Christmas Jumper Day It is our Christmas dinner in school on Thursday. This payment of this dinner has kindly been donated by Workspace Group in Draperstown. We are truly thankful for this kind donation.It is also our Christmas Jumper day. This is a non school uniform day with children wearing their Christmas jumper as part of this. We are asking for a donation of £1 for 'Save the Children.' [Open Image] | Carol Service in Kilcronaghan Parish Church Tobermore Primary School Carol Service will be held on Monday 12th December @ 7:00pm at Kilcronaghan Parish Church.   All proceeds in aid of Fields of Life and school funds.   [Open Image] | Supper with Santa Our Supper with Santa at Tobermore Primary School is on Thursday 8th December 2022 @ 6.30pm and we will have Santa's Grotto, Hot Dogs, Tea/Coffee, Mince Pies/Shortbread, Arts/Crafts and a Raffle with some fantastic prizes. Santa will arrive on special transport @ 6.30pm. 🎅🎅🎅 [Open Image] | Pre Enrolment Form Please find below a link a Pre Enrolment form for you to complete if you have a child starting school next September 2023. This form is to enable us as a school to communicate directly to you as a parent/carer during the next few months to ensure you have the most up to date information regarding the Primary School Admissions Process and Tobermore Primary School. This year we will be holding our Open Afternoon on Monday 5th December at 1:30pm, so please keep an eye on our website and Facebook page for more information. Thank you for taking the time to complete this form and we look forward to speaking with you over the next few months.  | Crossing Patrol Update Unfortunately, Mr Bradley will not be available to cross the children on Thursday 8th December in the afternoon and both morning and afternoon on Monday 12th December 2022. Please ensure that children are crossed over the road safely.  Thank you for your support with this. Mr Cheevers. 
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Our Mission Statement


Our Mission Statement

Tobermore Primary School is a place where everyone is valued and cared for as an individual and where children are at the centre of all we do. We endeavour to provide a caring and trusting atmosphere, in which children and teachers can work happily together.  We allow the uniqueness in each individual to flourish through a happy, safe and stimulating environment where everyone can meet their personal goals and full potential: intellectually, physically, socially, emotionally, morally and spiritually. We believe that parents, staff, pupils, governors and members of the local community need to work together and co-operate with each other in an atmosphere of mutual respect and support, for the benefit of all. Our school motto, ‘Together We Learn, Together We Achieve’ promotes this.

We aim:

  • To create a happy, healthy school in which everyone feels valued.
  • To provide a caring, secure and stimulating environment in which to educate each child intellectually, spiritually, socially, emotionally, morally and physically, so that he/she can reach their full potential, moving on to the next stage of their education with confidence and high self-esteem, and being prepared for their adult role in society.
  • To ensure that all teaching is of a high standard, enabling children to maximise their potential in all subjects.
  • To provide an inclusive curriculum, which is broad, balanced, relevant and differentiated to each child’s needs.
  • To provide equality of opportunity for all children, regardless of age, gender, race, creed, culture, physical disability or special educational need.
  • To have expectations of high standards of both achievement and behaviour.
  • To encourage children to be self-motivated and develop a positive attitude towards learning so that they can respond to challenges, develop lively, enquiring minds and apply themselves to tasks with self-discipline and an increasing sense of responsibility for their own actions.
  • To foster an ethos in which children co-operate with each other, develop an understanding of right and wrong, and feel and show respect and tolerance towards others.
  • To foster in children a sense of responsibility and caring for the school environment and to become aware of the global community and of how wider environmental issues may involve them.
  • To involve parents in their children’s education and encourage strong links between home and school.

 In Tobermore Primary School we value: 


 In Tobermore Primary School we promote child centred pastoral care: 

          We Help Each Other         We Play Together                   We Share

                                We Are Kind                         We Take Turns