Excel at Omagh County PS

If you are seeking a school that keeps your child happy and safe, offers a range of extra-curricular activities and helps every pupil reach their full potential, look no further than Omagh County Primary.

As an established school with a consistent record of pupil success, Omagh County is keen to give pupils the best educational experience possible. As a school in the heart of the community with a community centered heart, Omagh County welcomes pupils from the locality and beyond, while making sure to give back to the community.

One of the best aspects of Omagh County is a dedicated team of staff that go above and beyond to give pupils the best experience possible. For one, they are dedicated to continuing their professional development driven by pupil needs, and ensure tasks and activities are tailored to suit the needs of individual pupils.

Staff facilitate regular parent workshops such as paired reading, stay and play sessions and phonetics workshops, and with a commitment to the wider community staff make sure to provide opportunities for young people to be the best they can be.

A commitment to learning has ensured that the boys and girls of Omagh County are performing above the Northern Ireland average. Last year, 100 per-cent of Primary Seven pupils secured a place at their first choice post primary school, having benefitted from a stimulating learning experience at Omagh County.

Parents can also rest assured they will be kept up to date and informed about all aspects of school life.

Through monthly newsletters, the Omagh County website, PTA Facebook page, parental text message service and a range of school events and celebrations, the school is keen to involve parents in all aspects of their child’s educational development.

An emphasis on extra-curricular and after-school activities is also at the forefront of the Omagh County Primary philosophy.

With a child’s interpersonal development being as important as lessons, the school offers a wide range of activities including choir, football, hockey, rugby, running, arts and crafts, cookery, Spanish, gardening, and drama, the school offers something for everyone!

In addition, parent testimonials have been consistently positive. “My children love coming to school!” said one pleased parent. “I simply love this school!” said another.

 “It has great teachers who go above and beyond their job. My two children love coming to school, and always receive a warm welcome!” Other parents have praised the “totally inclusive, totally integrated” nature of Omagh County, which “supports all children.”

Omagh County is keen to show what we offer you and your child! For children starting P1 of Nursery in September 2019 their Open Evening takes place Thursday 29th November.

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