Diocesan Service in Christ Church Cathedral

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On Thursday 17th October ten pupils and two teachers represented our school at this year’s Diocesan Service, after which we went to visit the crypt.  The crypt is located in the basement of the Cathedral.  One child in particular was delighted to see Strongbow’s tomb as they are studying the Normans in class at the moment.

School Fair

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The Taney Fair was great fun for everyone last Saturday!

Sixth Class worked very hard all week preparing and setting up their stalls. There were many Sixth Class Stalls to visit with lots to see and do including: Soccer Shots, Super Soaker Challenge, Bottle Flipping, Mini Games, Hit the Can, Beauty Stall, Card Making Tech Stall and many more! Thank you to everyone who helped out with the organising and running of this fun-filled event!

Thursday 26th September 2019 – National Fitness Day

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National Fitness Day (Thursday 26th September 2019) was a physical activity filled day for the pupils of Taney Parish Primary School!


All classes took part in various activities throughout the day including:

Active Brain Breaks

Active Spelling and Tables

Partner Class Sports

Designing and Making Circuits and Games


Gaelic Football Sessions

A Walking Tour of St. Nahi’s

Jogging and Running Activities

Buddy Playground Games


As part of National Fitness Day and Active Travel Thursday, the pupils made a great effort to walk, scoot, cycle and jog to school wearing their black and red active gear. A great day was had by all!

TaneyVision 2019

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Taney Vision was a great success this year with a variety of singing, dancing and comedy acts.  Everyone who took part was very entertaining and all the children in the school enjoyed the show.  Well done to all!

Making Clay Echidnas

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First Class had great fun learning facts about echidnas and making their own echidnas out of clay.  They concentrated very carefully whilst listening to calming and inspiring didgeridoo music.


They also listened to some dreaming stories, including how echidnas got spikes (or spears) on their backs.  There are lots of stories about echidnas and their spines and First Class have some excellent Dreamtime suggestions of their own.

Camel Cup Soccer Tournament

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Taney entered three teams in the Camel Cup Tournament which took place in St. Killian’s Deutsche Schule.  The children all played their hearts out and at the end of the day the Boys A and Girls A teams came home victorious!  Well done to all who took part, to their coaches and parents too.

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