This week we look back at some memories from The Fountain Primary School.
Fountain Primary School scooped the 'Gold Oak' title in the Yellow Woods Challenge, a environmental campaign run by Derry City Council, The Woodland Trust and Yellow Pages. The Mayor of Londonderry Alderman Drew Thompson, presents the first prize to Joshua Sprogg-Smith, who along with Amy McIntyre were the overall individual winners in the competition. Included are Julie Hannaway, waste minimisation and recycling officer with Derry City Council and 'Kirk' the woodland creature. LS13-526MT.
Deputy Lord Lieutenant for the City of Londonderry David Davis (second from left), presents certificates to William Loughlin and Mamie Rosborough, in recognition of their 40 years as poppy sellers, at the Armistice Day service in The Fountain Primary School. Included (from left) are Isobel McNally, school principal, Hugh McNaughton, vice-president, Royal British Legion, Londonderry Branch and James Baird, secretary. lS47-524MT.
The Mayor of Londonderry, Councillor Paul Fleming with P4 and P5 children from the Fountain Primary School who unveiled their very own banner to show their support for the City of Culture at The Playhouse Theatre this week. Included in the picture are Programme co-coordinator at The Playhouse Nicky Harley, Playhouse founder Pauline Ross and facilitator Kirstin McLaughlin of Kid-Art. LS2010-504MT.
Social Development Minister Margaret Ritchie with five years-old Paige Jackson during her visit to the Fountain Primary School, Londonderry, on Wednesday.