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Aughamullan Primary School
First Holy Communion First Holy Communion will take place on Saturday 18th May 2019 at St. Brigid's Brocagh
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Welcome to our School



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.

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Our School Prospectus 2018/19

For a copy of our School Prospectus please contact our school Principal

For a copy of our School Prospectus please contact our Principal.



14th Jan 2019
Today the children from Holy Family P.S and Stewartstown P.S had a fantastic day...
9th Jan 2019
We are so excited to have our new tables and chairs for our classrooms. Our brilliant...
9th Jan 2019
We are delighted to announce that we have won Oaks Shopping Centre School Choir Competition...



Accelerated Reader winners

Accelerated Reader winners

Mathletics winners

Mathletics winners

House Winners - Connaught!

House Winners - Connaught!

Our Star Pupils - 10th January 2019

Our Star Pupils - 10th January 2019

Birthdays- January 2019

Birthdays- January 2019

Joan\'s Cup

Joan\'s Cup


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.



Prospective Applicants


The EA recognises the need to provide Assisted Digital Support for some parents/guardians who want to apply online for a pre-school or primary place.
Some Parents/guardians may need assisted digital support, if they lack:

  *   trust in the service or the internet
  *   confidence to use an online service themselves
  *   access to the internet
  *   digital skills
  *   motivation to overcome these barriers on their own

To help parents/guardians overcome these barriers the EA is hosting a number of Digital Admission Clinics. 

The clinics will operate on a drop in basis and will parents will be assisted in making their online application for a pre-school or primary place. Depending on their wishes/skills this could range from creation of an email address to submission of an application.  In addition varying levels of translation services can be accessed at the clinics.

The following session has been arranged for Coalisland, on Friday, 18 January

DATE:           Friday, 18 January 2019

VENUE:        Coalisland Library, The Cornmill, 2-4 Lineside, Coalisland, Dungannon BT71 4LP

TIME:            10.00 am – 12.30 pm



Upcoming events

Thursday, 17th January 2019
St. Patrick's Academy - P7's Talk (11am )
Breakfast Club (8:15am- 9am )
Minding Club (P1-P3 2pm- 3pm )
Friday, 18th January 2019
Holy Trinity Taster Day -P7's (10am- 1:30pm )
Breakfast Club (8:15am- 9am )
Minding Club (P1-P3 2pm- 3pm )
Monday, 21st January 2019
Breakfast Club (8:15am- 9am )
Minding Club (P1-P3 2pm- 3pm )
Afterschool Club- Yoga (P1-P7 3pm-4pm )
Tuesday, 22nd January 2019
Mass in St. John the Baptist Portadown (Catholic Schools Week) (P5/6/7 )
Breakfast Club (8:15am- 9am )
Afterschool Club - Healthy Kidz (P1-P3 2pm- 3pm P4-P7 3pm-4pm )
Wednesday, 23rd January 2019
Breakfast Club (8:15am- 9am )
Minding Club (P1-P3 2pm- 3pm )
Afterschool Club - ICT/ECO Club (P4-P7 3pm- 4pm )

Is your child starting school in September 2019?

New procedures for applying for a place at Primary School. All applications will be online. Keep an eye on this section of the website for further details.  Please note the timetable below:

Wednesday 2 January 2019 at 10.00am

Primary One application procedure opens with online portal available.

Thursday 31 January 2019 (Online portal closes 12 midnight)

Date parents submit application form and documentation in support of their application for primary one (application form will be treated as punctual within this timeframe).

Parents will still have until 12 noon on Friday 8th February 2019 to provide supporting documentation for their application, This documentation should be sent by the parent directly to the first preference primary school – refer to 8th February 2019 in this timetable).

*Any application received after 12 midnight on Thursday 31st January 2019 will be considered as late

E- Safety Help

Have a look at our link below for advice and tips for using internet safely at home and find simple rules to help keep your child safe online.


Make a CEOP Report

Use this button to make a report if you feel unsafe online.  Tell someone you trust too!

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Eco Flag Success!

On Friday our school successfully regained our ECO flag! Well done to our fantastic ECO committee for all their hard work!


Holiday List 17/18


Our Uniform


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*