About Our School 

Statement of Ethos 
We in Carntall Primary, aim to make learning fun, purposeful and challenging. We value and acknowledge each one of our pupils as individuals. Within a happy, caring and safe environment, we seek to address individual needs and enable all our pupils to celebrate success. Each pupil is supported in the achievement of his or her full potential. 
Guided by Christian principles, we encourage our pupils to develop self-control, respect for others and an acceptable set of moral values. We build their confidence, independence and self-esteem. We seek to empower them to make responsible decisions and become responsible citizens of the future. 
We believe in the importance of teamwork and positive partnerships between pupils, parents, teachers, classroom assistants, governors and the wider community. Each makes an individual and unique contribution to the educational process here in Carntall Primary School. 
We are committed to the provision of high standards of education and to the continuum of improvement. Through a process of self-evaluation, we will ensure that the quality of education provided continues to be appropriate and reflects the desire to raise our pupils’ standards of achievement. 
Carntall is a controlled, co-educational primary school. It is situated in an attractive rural setting, approximately two miles from the village of Clogher, just off the Fintona Road. 
Carntall Primary School moved to the present site in 1961. Two new classrooms were added in 1984 followed by a further extension in 2004. The building now comprises three permanent classrooms, one mobile classroom, two resource areas, an office, a staff room, a Principal’s office, a multi-purpose hall and a kitchen. 
The extensive grounds include a tarmac play area with playground markings, a grassed football pitch with goalposts, a landscaped water feature area and other spacious grassed play areas. The grounds are further enhanced by a variety of trees and shrubs as well as a delightful display of daffodils each spring. The rich natural environment at Carntall Primary provides pleasant and stimulating surroundings for its pupils. 
The wearing of school uniform is compulsory. 
The uniform is:- 
Carntall sweatshirt/sweat cardigan 
Carntall Polo shirt 
Navy pinafore/skirt or trousers/joggers 
Summer dress 
Fleece Jacket (with logo) 
Reversible Jacket (with logo) 
White socks/navy tights 
Carntall sweatshirt 
Carntall polo shirt 
Navy trousers/joggers 
Navy dress shorts 
Fleece Jacket (with logo) 
Reversible Jacket (with logo) 
Navy socks 
Soft-soled shoes must be worn indoors by pupils at all times. 
For health and safety reasons, pupils are expected to change for PE classes. 
The uniform required for PE classes is (boys and girls:- 
Sky blue T-shirt (with logo) 
Navy poly-cotton shorts 
Soft-soled shoes (Yr1 – Yr7) 
The school uniform and PE kit is supplied by Select Kidz, 1D Market Road, Omagh (beside Dunnes). 
For safety reasons, girls may only wear one small plain ear stud in the lobe of each ear. If studs are worn, pupils should be able to remove them independently for PE. 
Whilst care is taken of pupils’ property, no responsibility can be accepted for loss or damage. 
Year 1 (Term 1) 8.50 am - 1.30 pm 
(Halloween - Christmas) 8.50 am - 2.40 pm Friday only 
Year 1 (Terms 2 and 3) 8.50 am - 2.40 pm Mon, Wed, Fri 
8.50 am - 1.30 pm Tues, Thurs 
Year 2 8.50 am - 2.40 pm Mon, Wed, Fri 
8.50 am - 1.30 pm Tues, Thurs 
Years 3 – 7 8.50 am - 2.40 pm 
The school doors will open to receive pupils from 8.30 am onwards. All pupils not engaged in school organised activities should have left the premises by 2.50 pm. 
Information about all other holidays will be sent to parents at the beginning of the school year. 
In the event of an emergency closure, every attempt will be made to notify parents to enable them to make alternative arrangements. 
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