A GLANCE BACK FOR PUPILS AS SCHOOL PLANS FOR THE FUTURE
STAFF and pupils at Largymore Primary School
took a step back in time recently to mark an important milestone
in the school's history.
This year Largymore Primary is celebrating
its 100th anniversary with a series of events throughout the
Lunch with a difference - not gruel
but Irish stew. US26-724SP
the Victorian way. US26-723SP
At the end of the school term, pupils and
staff donned Victorian garb for a special 'Victorian Day ' at
the school to celebrate the anniversary.
As well as dressing up, the children enjoyed
Irish stew for lunch and had the opportunity to play with some
toys from years gone by. Largymore pupils were also joined in
their celebrations by children from the Metta Centre in Nepal,
which is linked with the Lisburn school.
Arriving at school. US26-728SP
Children in the home in Nepal join Largymore to
celebrate their 100th anniversary. US26-727SP
batteries needed for this toy. US26-726SP