Caring Brings Success
Harvest October 2017
Thank you to everyone who donated items for our Storehouse Collection.
Bangor Grammar School Christmas Party
Students at Clifton enjoyed another fantastic Christmas party with the Students from Bangor Grammar. Every year we have a spectacular showcase presented to us and all our pupils thoroughly enjoy it. A huge thanks goes to the Grammar School staff and students for their continued support.
Parental Makaton Workshop January 2018
As part of our Extended Schools Funding Carrie Robb and Liz Harvey presented a Parental Workshop. All Parents thoroughly enjoyed this taster session and found it useful for the home setting.
Lego Therapy Training January 2018
Staff completed Lego Therapy training in January following our kind donation from the Bangor Grammar Boys in December. We now have our library set up with Lego which our classes avail of during the week.
Bag Book Workshops for Pupils, Staff & Parental Training February 2018
Nina travelled from London to provide a most enjoyable day for the pupils at Clifton School. We heard a range of multisensory stories about the fairground and pirates. Staff and Parents participated in a workshop after school on how to include such stories in the home or classroom. This was funded by GRTL and Extended Schools.
Safer Internet Day February 2018
Clifton School celebrated Safer Internet Day on the 6th February. We had an interactive presentation by the PSNI and even one of our staff took part!
Bake For Syria February 2018
As part of our Rights Respecting Level Two Action Plan all pupils took part in the Bake for Syria. A range of yummy treats where produced across all school and as you can see from the pictures all our pupils and staff had a great time! We raised a massive £125.
Make And Take Workshop February 2018
Clifton held a make and take workshop for Parents and Professionals under our GRTL Funding. It was great to see so many in attendance and they were put to work making a range if visuals for their home/work setting. Enjoy using your end products!
Internet Safety for Staff and Parents
Thank you to the PSNI for talking to our staff and parents on Internet safety.
STEM Workshop 6th March 2018
Our Secondary Department had a fantastic day in our STEM workshop with Dominic and the Students from Glenlola. We made some playground ideas using Kinex followed by Rocket making! All pupils participated extremely well and enjoyed the day.
World Book Day 8th March 2018
The weather did not prevent Clifton from celebrating World Book Day on the 8th March. All classes attended the library to read a class story. Our pupils looked amazing as a range of various characters!
PSA Staff Appreciation Day 9th March
The staff PSA hosted a Staff Appreciation Day in Clifton. We are all very grateful to the hard work placed into todays events. So many treats were provided and the Staff would like to say a massive thank you!
Rev Dr Ralph Waller visits Clifton School 12th March
Today Clifton School welcomed Rev Dr Ralph Waller who is the Principal of Harris Manchester College Oxford and the Director of Farmington Institute. Chloe is currently working alongside the College to complete her Scholarship. We wish her the very best of luck and look forward to her returning to work afterwards.
On the 23rd of March we celebrated our Easter Assembly on the theme: People Who Help Us. We were joined by a range of people from our local community who had thought of our School in fundraising events. Our Assembly was led by Rachel Kirker. We are extremely grateful to everyone who joined us this morning and their time given to our school.
Easter Bonnet Parade
Our pupils took part in an Easter parade showing off all their beautiful hats they made. Don’t they look great!
Family First Awards
A massive congratulations to Morag Swift on receiving Best Teacher through Family First Awards. Clifton School also received Best Supported Needs School. A fantastic achievement for Morag and School.
Mascot Polling Station
On 26th March Clifton pupils entered our Polling Station to vote for their Rights Respecting Schools Mascots. We had a lot of fun in the voting process and results will be updated once votes are counted and verified.
Thomas from Releasing Rhythms came to Clifton to present a workshop to classes 1s - 3s. This was an extremely fun and interactive session, funded by Extended Schools.
Mr Hullabaloo visits Clifton!
Our Secondary Department had a fantastic time watching Mr Hullabaloo and the story of the Three Little Pigs. Thank you from everyone at Clifton for such an enjoyable afternoon!
Raising Children in a Challenging World Parental Workshop
We were very grateful for Joanna Brown to attend Clifton for a parental workshop. She provided a lot of advice for our parents and proved extremely beneficial to all in attendance.
Four of our Secondary Classes enjoyed showing off their Djembe skills to their families. Thomas, from Releasing Rhythms had been working alongside our students for two weeks. Following our parents had the opportunity to perform also - we were all very impressed with their skills!
Multi - Cultural Day
We celebrated Multi - Cultural Day on the 27th April as part of our Rights Respecting School ethos. We were delighted to welcome Ballymagee Primary School, Rodney from The Music Rooms and Mark Moorhead into School to take part in our assembly.
Pupils from class 1s and 4s participated in a recital to a group of parents. All pupils performed extremely well and received a certificate for their ten week programme. Thank you to all the Parents who attended.
Class 4s have commenced their DJ Workshops in preparation for our PSA BBQ Disco. Gleave will work through a range of DJ Skills/techniques before recording mixes for the disco on the 8th June.
We had a fantastic evening in La Mon for our annual school formal. All our pupils and staff looked fabulous dressed for the occasion.
Only One You
On the 18th May we celebrated individuality through our story Only One You. Every pupil painted a stone to represent themselves for our garden. Gill has worked hard in creating a beautiful area at the front of the school for our stones to go to.