The Class are raising money for endangered species, and in particular the Elephant, the Black Rhino, the Slow Loris and Temminck's golden cats have provided the inspiration for the class's inititive.
After experinceing the life of a monk in Bangor, Class 4 moved on to learn about the Norse men.
Class 4 visited Bangor this week as part of their Local Geography and History lessons. North Down museum was a fantastic experience.
Monks, Vikings, thieving crows and delicious chips.
How wonderful it was to celebrate May day in the sunshine for the first time in many years! It was a beautiful festival day and Class 11 got to have the chance to dance in their last ever school May Day.
Class 4 have had a great first week with their new teacher, Susan Williams. Here they are visiting historic sights around Holywood this week and below, debating the lifestyle of a Viking over that of a peaceful farming community.
We also welcome Kathrin Kaub, as our new German teacher who will take classes while Nadine enjoys her new daughter, Sofia.
Noa Biscovitch and Theresa Murphy, of Class 6 (Year 8)along with their teacher and choir leader, Emma Morgan, bask in the afterglow of the concert they sang in with the Abbey Singers.