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Carniny Primary School, 61 Old Cullybackey Road, Ballymena
Friends Of Carniny PS Christmas Fair will be held on Friday 8th December 2017 from 6.30-8.30pm. Please plan to come along and enjoy what we anticipate to be a fun filled evening. | Carniny PS Open Day for prospective Primary 1 pupils (September 2018) is scheduled for Monday 11 December at 6.30pm.
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Comments from Parents (June 2012)

"Carniny Primary School has well exceeded my expectations. The caring attitude is evident in all staff members and is mirrored in the pupil’s attitudes. Children are actively encouraged to participate in all aspects of school life and are openly rewarded and praised for exemplary behaviour. Teachers openly interact with parents making the school environment more inviting. Parentmail and +Pay have been fantastic additions to ease communication between school and parents. Brilliant school".

“ We have always found Carniny School to be very supportive and all our children have attended it and have been very happy there. We have found the teachers very helpful and interested in the pupils.”

“Even though we were not successful in getting our first choice school at the time we are delighted with our daughter’s progress. In hindsight if I were to turn back time I would put Carniny as my first choice”.

“I am delighted with my choice of school for my child and have always found the staff friendly and approachable”

“Excellent school, very caring ethos, friendly staff and management, open door policy”

“Very happy with Carniny Primary. Provided a great start in life for my oldest daughter who has now left. She brought with her  very happy memories as well as good early years education. My youngest daughter is happy and progressing well. A family friendly atmosphere and wonderful headmaster and teachers”

“Carniny is providing a wonderful school experience for my children – Thank you”

“Carniny I think is a model of excellence…..”

“Excellent school and lives up to its logo of Caring and Learning”

 

Education Training Inspectorate (October 2011)

"In the areas inspected, the quality of education provided by this school is very good. The school is meeting very effectively the educational and pastoral needs of the children and has demonstrated its capacity for sustained self-improvement".

"The quality of the arrangements for pastoral care is outstanding. This is evident through: the caring and friendly ethos within the school; the excellent behaviour of the children; the regular celebration of the children’s successes which builds their self-esteem; and the wide range of extra-curricular opportunities which enhance the children’s learning and social development".