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Kilronan School, Magherafelt

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Thank you for visiting our website.   We are a busy school, where learning is central to all we do and we trust you will enjoy finding out about what we do.   We have a wonderful team of staff who provide excellent learning opportunities for our pupils.   We hope you enjoy looking at our website, but if you have any further questions, please do not hesitate to contact the Principal, Mrs Millar. 

Kilronan School is a place where we Learn, Grow and Achieve Together. We are a school for children with severe learning difficulties and cater for children from age 3 to 19 years.  From the day a child arrives in Kilronan, we strive to provide each individual with a range of learning opportunities to meet their own needs and abilities.   Assessment is very much part of our planning, teaching and learning cycle. Effective assessment identifies learners’ individual strengths and needs and provides information about pupil progress.  

 

Latest News

2nd Nov 2020
In S6 we enjoy upcycling as a class activity. This helps pupils to develop...
 
 
 
18th Oct 2020
J8 have been experimenting with same yoga style stretches, can you guess what stretches...
 
 
 
18th Oct 2020
J8 look forward to changing the day, month, date and season on their class calendar....
 
 
 
 

Latest Photographs

 
 
 
 
A red angry colour monster.
A red angry colour monster.
 
 
 
 
I have made a sad colour monster.
I have made a sad colour monster.
 
I chose pink for the ‘love' emotion.
I chose pink for the ‘love' emotion.
 
 
 
 
A happy baloon monster.
A happy baloon monster.
 
 
 
I have made a calm monster.
I have made a calm monster.
 
 
 
 
How do you feel today? Sticking coloured wool and material to create a mixed up colour monster.
How do you feel today? Sticking coloured wool and material to create a mixed up colour monster.
 
This is George, we change his facial expressions every day to show how we are feeling.
This is George, we change his facial expressions every day to show how we are feeling.
 
I have given my baloon a big smile as I am feeling happy.
I have given my baloon a big smile as I am feeling happy.
 
 
Making emotions on a pizza wrap face.... I can't wait to eat it.
Making emotions on a pizza wrap face.... I can't wait to eat it.
 
Painting a colour monster with kitchen utensils.
Painting a colour monster with kitchen utensils.
 
Playing card games with the colour monster cards, pairs and snap.
Playing card games with the colour monster cards, pairs and snap.
 
Mixing marshmallow and rice Rice Krispies to make an edible clay to make our own colour monster.
Mixing marshmallow and rice Rice Krispies to make an edible clay to make our own colour monster.
 
Mirroring facial expressions.
Mirroring facial expressions.
 
 
 
 
Some days you wake up and you are all confused.
Some days you wake up and you are all confused.
 
 
 
Using props to read the ‘Colour Monster' story.
Using props to read the ‘Colour Monster' story.
 
 
It is so sticky, it I could just get it off my hands I could make my colour monster.
It is so sticky, it I could just get it off my hands I could make my colour monster.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Making marks in the monster slime.
Making marks in the monster slime.
 
 
 
 
 
 
I have made an angry colour monster.
I have made an angry colour monster.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Filling up a bottle with vinegar and baking soda to create a self inflating balloon monster.
Filling up a bottle with vinegar and baking soda to create a self inflating balloon monster.
 
 
 
Matching the coloured jars to the emotions in the ‘Colour Monster' book.
Matching the coloured jars to the emotions in the ‘Colour Monster' book.
 
 
Pumping up my emotions balloon.
Pumping up my emotions balloon.
 
Look at the face I created....
Look at the face I created....
 
 
So scared....
So scared....
 
 
 
 
 
 
Waiting for the baking soda and vinegar to react and inflate my baloon. When it is inflated I will give him an angry face.
Waiting for the baking soda and vinegar to react and inflate my baloon. When it is inflated I will give him an angry face.
 
Sensory baloon, my favourite colour is yellow, in the ‘Colour Monster' story yellow means happy.
Sensory baloon, my favourite colour is yellow, in the ‘Colour Monster' story yellow means happy.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Loving the ‘Worrysaurus' story sack.
Loving the ‘Worrysaurus' story sack.
 
 
 
 
 
 
Match the props to the story.
Match the props to the story.
 
 
 
 
 
 
Listening to the Colour Monster story.
Listening to the Colour Monster story.
 
 
Creating a mixed up colour monster by blowing paint.
Creating a mixed up colour monster by blowing paint.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Creating facial expressions to match the emotion images.
Creating facial expressions to match the emotion images.
 
Pom-pom colour matching on top of the light box.
Pom-pom colour matching on top of the light box.
 
The ‘Worrysaurus' kept a box of happy things to use when he felt scared or worried. In my box I would put a tractor and a toy horse.
The ‘Worrysaurus' kept a box of happy things to use when he felt scared or worried. In my box I would put a tractor and a toy horse.
 
Not too big or it could burst.
Not too big or it could burst.
 
 
 
 
Making my own colour monsters with play dough and a few accessories.
Making my own colour monsters with play dough and a few accessories.
 
 
Building emotion characters.
Building emotion characters.
 
 
Throwing emotion face balls into the correct bucket...
Throwing emotion face balls into the correct bucket...
 
 
 
 
Exploring the coloured ice monsters.
Exploring the coloured ice monsters.
 
 
 
Monster sensory slime bags.
Monster sensory slime bags.
 
 
Cheese for the hair, cucumber eyes, a tomato nose and a pepper smile.
Cheese for the hair, cucumber eyes, a tomato nose and a pepper smile.
 
 
 
 
 
Rolling the dice to create a mixed up face.
Rolling the dice to create a mixed up face.
 
 

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