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School Hours

Start:

9.00am

Lunch:

12.15pm-1.00pm (Year 1-3)
12.40pm-1.25pm
(Year 4-7)

Home Time:

2.00pm
(Year 1-3)
3.00pm
(Year 4-7)

Our Lady Queen of Peace Primary School


Our Lady Queen of Peace is a primary school on Upper Dunmurry Lane in Belfast.

Our school opened on 3rd September 2001 for children from primary one to primary four. We have a full range of classes, primary one to primary seven. We also have a nursery school on site for pre-school children. We ensure that our children are given a range of opportunities to help them become achievers. We work in partnership with our parents and Board of Governors to provide an education that is both rich and varied where each child is seen as an individual. As individuals they feel valued and thrive in a happy, stimulating environment.

Click the link to open the Prospectus for Our Lady Queen Of Peace Primary School in pdf file format or Right-click to download it to your computer
Our Lady Queen of Peace Primary School Prospectus


Our Lady Queen of Peace PS

'...In the areas inspected, the quality of education provided by the primary school is outstanding; the quality of pastoral care is also outstanding. The quality of the arrangements for pastoral care in the primary school is outstanding. Among the strengths are the positive working relationships at all levels; the excellent behaviour of the children which is encouraged by a whole-school approach to the promotion of positive behaviour; the stimulating learning environment; the strong pastoral dimension to the curriculum and the range of extra-curricular activities provided.'

Source: The education and training inspectorate

Click the link to open the Education Inspectorate Report for Our Lady Queen Of Peace Primary School in pdf file format or Right-click to download it to your computer
Education Inspectorate Report for Our Lady Queen Of Peace Primary School

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