We want our children to excel and be proud of what they can do.
This is the place we will come to celebrate awards and achievement.
KILLOWEN REMEMBERS 2021
Over the last few days, the pupils of Killowen have been taking time to 'always remember never to forget'. Classes engaged in a wide range of activities from paintings and drawings, to class discussions and the retelling of family stories. We were honoured to have members of the Royal British Legion, a MOD Staff Officer and Governors join us for a special outdoor Remembrance Service. The Rev. Alan Craig, Minister of Trinity Methodist Church led the service with Piper Mark Smyth playing war time laments as the children gathered and then bowed their heads, in poignant tribute to the sacrifice, of so many, for all our freedoms.
'Lest we forget'
Well done to our football team who recently represented our school at a tournament at Lisnagarvey High School.
Well done to these boys and girls who all excelled in using their literacy skills throughout January!
A great big well done to this group of boys and girls who all excelled with behaviour during November!
These are the boys and girls who excelled in October - a very big well done to you all!
We recently held our first Excel Assembly of the year to celebrate the achievements of our pupils in Killowen.
Well done to our Netball team who recently represented our school at a tournament at Lisnagarvey High School.
Here are the prize winners whose names were selected for getting the answers right in our Maths Week challenges.
Congratulations to this group of 'excellent' boys and girls who all excelled during the month of September.
Last year P4M entered the Northern Ireland Anti-Bullying Forum competition, and won!
The pupils wrote scripts, wrote songs, designed artwork, acted in front of the green screen, choreographed dance moves and recorded a music video to produce this fantastic prize-winning video.