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Tobermore Primary School, Magherafelt
School Dinners There will be no school dinners provided on Friday 28th August. All children must bring a packed lunch to school. School dinners will resume as normal on Tuesday 1st September.  | PTA Smarties’ Tubes Please remember to collect your 20p’s as part of Tobermore Primary School’s PTA fundraiser.  | Restart Letter Please see the section of the website informing you of the protocols for school restarting in Term 1.  | Year 1 to Year 6 children - Return to School Year 1 to Year 6 children will return to school on Thursday 27th August from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm. There will be no School Dinners served on this day.Children will complete a full day on Friday 28th August with normal times applying. School Dinners will not be served on this day. All children must bring a packed lunch to school on this day.  | Year 7 Children - Return to School Year 7 pupils will return to school on Monday 24th August, Tuesday 25th August and Wednesday 26th August from 9:00 am to 12:00pm. No School Dinners will be served on these days.
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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