Welcome to the website for St. Martin's Primary School, Garrison. I hope you will take the time to browse this site and become familiar with some of the work and activities which take place in our school. Whether you are a pupil, parent or past pupil or indeed someone visiting us for the first time, I hope you get a feel for the place which has served the parish of Inis Muighe Samh for the past 45 years. If you would like to visit the school to see at first hand the work which takes place, please feel free to contact me or just drop in.
Updated Dinner Menu
Letter to Parents/Carers from Chief Medical Officer 10.09.2020
Mobile Device View 10.09.2020
Information Leaflet-Parents/Carers A4 Format 10.09.2020
Please see dinner menu below. Cost is £2.60 per day. Please send dinner money with your child at the start of the week in a sealed, labelled envelope. Class teachers will forward dinner money to the office. Please state the days your child will be having dinner.
Letter to Parents/Carers
from Education Minister
13th August 2020
Ditch the Dark Day 2019
The children and parents of St Martin's participated in the annual ditch the dark day on the 29th Of November.
It was a beautiful morning and the children walked from the local park to school in high visibility clothing.
It was a lovely day and sincere thanks to all parents.
The mathletic wizards were announced at a celebration assembly before the Halloween holidays.
The student with the most points in mathletics from P2-P7 received a certificate and a special prize from Miss Gormley at assembly.
Well done everyone for working so hard at mathletics!!!
A huge well done to our Primary 7 class, who with the help of Miss Keown organised our Easter Raffle . It was a huge success and raised a massive £600 for Trocaire. Thank you to all who donated prizes and bought tickets.
At our Easter Assembly, we celebrated the achievements of the children in Mathletics. The person with the most points accrued from Christmas to Easter in each class received a certificate and an Easter egg from Miss Gormley. Well done to all the children in the school who are making excellent progress in mathletics.
Releasing Salmon to Lough Melvin!
Garrison Lough Melvin Anglers Association brought salmon eggs to St Martin's and they asked the pupils to look after the eggs before they were released into Lough Melvin. The children took really good care of the salmon eggs by making sure the temperature was correct for the eggs and by checking the water daily. The children then had the opportunity to release the eggs into Lough Melvin with members of the Garrison Lough Melvin Anglers Association.
P4/5 Cookery Club
Miss Keown and Miss Campbell organised a cookery course for P4/5 children. The children learned all about the importance of a balanced diet. They also learned how to make healthy snacks & meals. They also learned how to make treats for special occasions. The food tasted amazing and the children really enjoyed the six weeks!!!
Thank you Miss Keown and Miss Campbell.
We were very lucky to receive a visit from local author, Mack Mc Evoy, today! He read his very first book to children in P1 to P5.
The book was called "Webster's Best Day Ever" and it was a heart warming story about the importance of friendship.
The children asked Mack some interesting questions after the storytelling session. The children really enjoyed the visit.
World Book Day 2019
This year for World Book Day, the children dressed up as book characters from the following authors: David Walliams, Julia Donaldson, Roald Dahl and as Fairy Tale characters. A great effort was put in by all children. Well done!!
Can you recognise any characters in the pictures below?
Thanks to the P6/P7 buddies and their teacher, Miss Keown for organising a fun-filled morning of Hallowe'en games for P1.
Spring Visitors to St Martin's
Ben brought 3 lambs and 5 bottles of milk to school today. All the P1 children fed the lambs and enjoyed their morning. Special thanks to Daniel and Donal for all their help.
Credit Union Winners 2018
Devenish Division 1 League Winners
GAA President visits St. Martin's
Primary Science Fair