Donaghey Primary School

Donaghey Primary School aims to be a happy and caring community in which each child is nurtured to fulfil their potential in a safe and enriched environment, while developing a sense of respect for themselves and others.


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This week in Donaghey… 

Week Beginning 15th April


Shared Education Trip to Seamus Heaney Centre P6/7

P1 - Visit of Artist Ann Donnelly to conclude the KidsOwn Art Project.


Shared Education Trip to Seamus Heaney Centre P4/5

After school Football with Gareth P4-7 (2.45pm - 3.45pm)

DPA Movie Night - Peter Rabbit. Doors open at 6.15pm and film will finish at 8pm. Pjs and onesies optional. Cost £2.50 - includes drink, crisps/popcorn and sweets. ALL CHILDREN MUST BE COLLECTED FROM THE SCHOOL HALL.


Easter Community Breakfast - please let Heather/Alanna know if you plan to attend and haven’t already done so. (£3.00 per adult and £2.00 per child)

School finishes for Easter at 11.30am - bus will be provided. (No toast today at break time)

Easter holidays Thursday 18th April to Friday 26th April (Inclusive). School reopens on Monday 29th April.

This week in Donaghey… 

Week Beginning 29th April


Tennis after school P4-7 (2.45pm - 4.00pm)


Football after school P4-7 (2.45pm - 3.45pm)



School closed for Local Council Elections


*Our Breakfast Club (8.00am - 9.00am) and P1-3 Club (1.45pm-2.45pm) run on a daily basis. Breakfast Club costs £2.00 per child arriving before 8.30am and £1.00 per child arriving after 8.30am. The P1-3 Club costs £2.00.

P1 Enrolment is now closed - please contact Mr Harrison if you have missed the deadline and in need of support to have your child enrolled in Donaghey.

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Our Mission

Donaghey Primary School seeks to encourage pupils to become lifelong learners who take responsibility for their personal development.  All stakeholders in the Donaghey Primary School community will strive to ensure every pupil is given encouragement to thrive.  The school will do this and also promote the importance of the home and the community in the child’s development.

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