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Primary Seven

The Famine

Our first topic is Famine. In the first half term, we learn about the Famine in Ireland and how it impacted the people of the time. Next, we find out about famine, drought and poverty in the world today, with a particular focus on Africa. We finish term 1 by ‘dancing to make a difference’ and doing a sponsored walk to raise funds for the ‘Go Make a Difference’ charity in Tanzania.

The Victorians

In the second term, our topic is the Victorians. We discover what life was like in Victorian Britain and find out how the Industrial Revolution shaped and changed things. The topic is rounded off with Victorian Day, when we dress up and experience what life would have been like in a Victorian school!


During the final term, we develop our research and presentation skills through our Spain topic. We also learn a little bit of the Spanish language. Our Spanish Day is a lot of fun – we dress in red and yellow, taste tapas, try flamenco dancing and test our knowledge of Spain with a quiz!

Some Other P7 Highlights

Our annual P7 Residential is always great fun. This year we are heading to the Share Centre, in Lisnaskea for an action packed four days!

In the summer term, the P7 pupils always love organising and running the Pea Fair for everyone from P1 to P6!

Reading Together and Playground Buddies provide the P7s with the opportunity to work with the younger pupils – both schemes are always a huge hit with all involved!

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