Board of Governor's Report
To download a copy of the latest Board of Governor's Report, click here.
New Ballinderry Uniform Website - Order the school uniform, P.E. kit and school tracksuit. Click here
Click here to see Ballinderry Primary School and Nursery Unit's waiting list policy for admission to Year 1 and the Nursery.
Welcome to our school website!
We hope that you enjoy finding out all that we do at Ballinderry Primary School!
We have now been awarded Level Two Rights Respecting School status. Click here to read our Assessment Report.
Pupils and staff have come together to draw up Lunch Time and Whole School Charters based on children's rights, pupil actions and adult responsibilities. Have a look at our work under School Activities.
Click on the links below to view our charters:
Lunch Time Charter
Whole School Charter
Each month in we have a focus in school. At the end of each month, the staff choose a child from their class who has shown this characteristic the most. For the month of June, our focus is on neatly presented work. Click here to see photographs of our previous monthly winners.
A message from Mrs. Magowan (Principal)
At Ballinderry Primary and Nursery Unit we aim to provide a happy, caring atmosphere where children feel secure and are valued members of our school community.
We are concerned with the all round development of each individual child and provide a stimulating environment with dedicated friendly staff.
Our curriculum and classrooms are organised in such a way that children are well motivated and enjoy being at school.
We aim to equip each child with the skills and knowledge required for them to reach their full potential in today’s society.
We view parents as partners in the educational process and welcome your support in all aspects of school life.
"With our hearts we love and respect.
With our minds we learn and reflect."
The above mission statement is being delivered through the teaching of United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC).
UNCRC Article 3:
The best interests of the child must be a top priority in all actions concerning children.
UNCRC Article 29:
Education must develop every child's personality, talents and abilities to the full. It must encourage the child's respect fr human rights, as well as respect for their parents, their own and other cultures, and the environment.