Welcome to the ‘Lurgan Model Primary School & Nursery Unit’ website
Lurgan Model Primary School will offer a curriculum that is balanced and broadly based and that promotes the spiritual, moral, cultural, intellectual and physical development of the pupils. This curriculum will seek to prepare the pupils for the opportunities, responsibilities and experiences of adult life.
Extra-curricular activities are provided after school for pupils from Year 4 to Year 7. Such activities contribute to the children’s social and physical development. They include choir, football, board games club, art, and drama.
Lurgan Model Primary School & Nursery Unit
At Lurgan Model, we seek to provide an open and friendly learning environment, where everyone feels valued, respected, cared for and encouraged to achieve their full potential. We are very proud of all our pupils, their achievements and the caring, supportive environment we provide.
We encourage our children to be all they can be, and aim to ensure that all our children have their educational, social, physical, emotional and pastoral needs met.
The school curriculum
It is the policy of the Board of Governors of Lurgan Model Primary School that all pupils receive their full entitlement under the Northern Ireland Curriculum.
Lurgan Model Primary School will offer a curriculum that is balanced and broadly based and that promotes the spiritual, moral, cultural, intellectual and physical development of the pupils. The curriculum will seek to prepare the pupils for the opportunities, responsibilities and experiences of adult life. It will also be the aim of the school to maximise the potential of each pupil, to develop the self confidence in the pupils and to promote a spirit of tolerance towards others in a Christian atmosphere.
Parents will be informed of their children’s progress by:
A twice yearly interview in which parents will be informed of the school’s view of the child’s progress and of any information given by the assessment procedures of the Northern Ireland School’s Examination and Assessment Council (normally October & February).
Parents will receive an annual written report on the pupil’s progress.
- Religious Education
- Child Protection
- Pastoral Care
- Special Educational Needs