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Aughamullan Primary School
Easter Holidays School closes on 29th March at 11am and re-opens on Monday 9th April | Important Dates! Communion - 19th May 2018 @ 11am St. Brigid's Brocagh  
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Holy Family P.S, Aughamullan provides a curriculum designed to meet the requirements of the Northern Ireland Revised Curriculum and to give a broad and balanced education to all children with experiences suitable to their current stages of development.

We, as a Catholic School aim to provide a safe and happy teaching and learning environment in which the needs of pupils and staff are met with support and understanding.

We, in Holy Family P.S. aim to promote a caring, secure and warm environment in which every member feels valued and worthwhile. Underpinned by our Catholic faith, we strive to provide an ethos in which respect for diversity, tolerance and compassion is evident in our welcoming and stimulating environment. We aim to provide a broad and balanced curriculum, which develops the skills, concepts and knowledge necessary for future learning and living.

The school has a wide range of Pastoral Care policies and all staff members are fully committed to ensure that these policies are being implemented throughout the school. Holy Family P.S, Aughamullan is committed to the use of positive approaches in maintaining effective school discipline and creating a climate where positive behaviour is encouraged at all times and where all children feel secure and equally valued. The school’s involvement in the Personal Development and Mutual Understanding Programme reflects this. Strategies are in place to ensure that pupils develop relevant personal and social skills and understanding which help them to respond appropriately to situations affecting their well-being. The school is committed to promoting a healthy lifestyle by encouraging healthy snacks at break time and after-schools sports activities. Child Protection procedures are in line with statutory requirements and all staff have attended relevant training this year.

Holy Family P.S, Aughamullan has a wide and varied range of Afterschool Clubs. We have a Breakfast Club open from 8:15am and a Minding Service.                                               There are a wide variety of clubs offered after school being delivered by the schools’ staff and a wide variety of Outside Agencies.

The pupils have a strong voice in this school via Our School Council and their opinions are very valued. We encourage all children to have good confidence and have their opinions listened to in a safe and secure setting. We also are an Eco- School with an Eco- Council.

The parents play a vital role in educating their children alongside the school. We have a very active, supportive Parent Support Group who organise a variety of fund-raising advents during the year, we encourage all parents to join/ support our Parent Support Group.

The school has established strong links with the local and wider community – home/school links, links with other schools in the parish and with the post-primary schools, the local Catholic Churches and the local GAC –Derrylaughan Kevin Barry’s. Holy Family P.S, Aughamullan works closely with St. Brigid’s Brocagh, St. Patrick’s Annaghmore, St. John’s Kingsisland, Brocagh Playgroup and Little Flower Nursery School. We are currently collaborating in various projects and staff training with St. Josephs College Coalisland and St. Patrick’s Academy Dungannon. We also are involved with Stewartstown P.S via Peace IV Initiative.

Link with local Business’ are well established, with the school benefitting from their expertise, donations and gifts. Holy Family P.S, Aughamullan has a very active and supporting Board of Governors.

Gaelic Life Article


Thanks very much to John Martin from the Gaelic Life for sending us these brilliant pictures of Noel McGraths visit to the school. If you would like to see the article in full there is a full page spread about Noels trip to Holy Family in todays Gaelic life. (30/11/17)


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16th Mar 2018
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Our School Prayer

Holy Family P.S Aughamullan- School Prayer

God our loving Father,

Watch over us we pray,

Bless our Holy Family School

In a very special way.

May we live well, play together, learn forever.

May your peace be with us too

Dear God our loving Father,

Bless everything we do.



Upcoming events

Monday, 19th March 2018
School Closed

Primary 3-4 assembly


School Prospectus


Maths Booklets

If any parents/ carers would like to receive the booklet 'Helping Out with Maths in the Evening' please contact the school. These books are full of information and strategies and fantastic resources to help your child with Numeracy.


Afterschool Clubs

Afterschool clubs are held 4 days per week Tuesday-Friday;

We offer a range of different clubs throughout the year;

  • Gaelic
  • Hurling
  • Camogie
  • Drama
  • Yoga
  • ICT
  • Eco-Club
  • Traditional Music
  • Transfer Club

This terms clubs are;

Monday - Yoga


Tuesday- Healthy Kidz  

                2pm-3pm Primary 1-3

                3pm-4pm Primary 4-7 


Wednesday - ICT Club (Miss Tierney)        3pm- 4pm   Primary 4-7

                     Eco Club (Mr McCullough)      3pm- 4pm   Primary 4-7


Thursday- Gaelic/ Hurley Coaching     

                 2-3pm Primary 1-3

                 3-4pm Primary 4-7 


Friday - Traditional Music Club      

              3pm-4pm Primary 4-7

We also offer Minding Club 2pm-3pm for our P1-3 children on Monday's, Wednesday's and Friday's.


Holiday List 17/18


New Uniform


We are delighted to have our new uniform in place for September.

Our new uniform consists of:

  • A green jumper with the school crest
  • White Shirt
  • School Tie
  • Navy School Trousers/Skirt
  • Navy socks/tights
  • Black/Navy school shoes

Low heeled black/navy boots (No trainers to be worn)

  • School coat (optional)

PE Uniform

  • Plain navy jogging bottoms

NO Gaagles/Canterburys/Prints etc

  • School polo shirt with logo
  • School hoody

Summer Uniform (To be worn September and Easter-June only)

  • Girls- Green and white candy stripe dress
  • Boys- Plain navy shorts

*NO Sandals allowed due to Health and Safety Regulations*