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P7 2023-24

P7 / Year 8 Maths Day @ Nendrum College


This week Comber PS had a great opportunity to strengthen our links with Nendrum College.

Our P7 pupils participated in a maths fun day with Year 8 pupils.

We spent the morning completing a number of interactive problem solving workshops and challenges. We had lots of fun and used many of our thinking skills throughout.

We were able to say hello to lots of previous CPS pupils who are now in Year 8 and our P7 pupils had a chance to find out all about what it is like moving on to Year 8!

Carol Service


A huge thank you to our choirs, soloists, instrumentalists, readers and staff for a wonderful Christmas Carol Service at First Comber Presbyterian Church. It is an annual treat to be in the church with our school family celebrating Christmas together.

A thank you to the PTA volunteers for providing the refreshments afterwards. A special thanks to all the children whose words, smiles, music and songs made us all very proud of them - each one is a star!

Christmas Jumper Day


We had a very festive Friday in CPS as we put on our best Christmas outfits and raised money for Northern Ireland Cancer Fund for Children. Thank you so much for all of the donations.

Christmas Concert @ 2nd Comber


What a privilege it was for our school choir to be asked to feature in the 1st Old Boys Band - Belfast Christmas Concert on Thursday night in Second Comber Presbyterian Church. It was a night of fabulous music with lots of fun and audience participation! The boys and girls performed superbly and we are very proud of each one of them.

Thank you to Miss Seaton for preparing and directing the choir so well and to Mrs Tyrie for leading the choir from the front.

Open Morning - Our Fantastic P7 Buddies


A huge thank you to everyone who visited us today on Day 1 of our Open Days. There was a lovely buzz around school welcoming lots of new parents and children to Comber Primary School.


A special thank you and well done goes to our 8 wonderful buddies who led the tours today. We are so proud of all of our children in CPS and how brightly they shine in many different ways.

P7 Buddies


We are very proud of our P7 Buddies who have been helping our younger children at break and lunch. They have received brilliant feedback from the supervisors and are doing a terrific job. Keep up the good work!

PTA Break The Rules Day


P7 had great fun breaking the rules to raise funds for our PTA!

P7 Football


Well done to our amazing football team for their effort at yesterday’s matches. It was wet and windy, but the team played great football throughout the harsh conditions.

We had 2 great wins and a draw today and lots of different goalscorers too. We are so proud of you all. Keep up the great football.

Thank you to Mr Pinkerton for taking the team.

The Comber Cup


There was a sea of sky blue at Billy Neill today as 21 P6/7 pupils took part in The Comber Cup cross country race. We are so proud of every single one of them for many reasons. It was not an easy course and a lot of them stepped out of their comfort zone to take part…oh…and there was mud, mud and more mud.

A huge thank you to Mrs Boyd, Miss Calvert and Mrs Huddleston for coaching and supporting the children today and of course to all of our amazing parents, grandparents and other supporters for bringing the children and providing lots of encouragement. Lots of treats required this afternoon.

A special thank you to local running club Ballydrain Harriers for organising this event.

CPS Hockey Stars


Yesterday our hockey team enjoyed a brilliant day out at the Ards and North Down Hockey Series tournament! 10 teams participated and there was some excellent skill on display! Our own CPS team were fabulous scoring 16 goals in total over their 4 matches! We are very proud of their great teamwork!

A huge thank you to the parents and grandparents who came along to support and encourage the team. We also thank Mrs Rice and Mrs O’Connor for coaching the team and taking them to the tournament.

P7 Girls' Football


A huge ‘WELL DONE’ to our girls’ football team.


They played a few friendly matches against Andrews Memorial yesterday and there were some great skills and sportsmanship on display.


A special thank you to Andrews for coming to play with us, Nendrum College for the use of their pitch and Mrs Kerr for coaching the team.

SEAG Tests


We are all thinking about our P7s as they sit their first SEAG test tomorrow. They have all worked so hard and we know they will give their best.


We are proud of all of our P7s and know that they have an abundance of skills and talents that will help them to lead happy and fulfilled lives both now and in the future.


Our children know that this exam is just one small step on their life journey and that their performance in SEAG will not define them as a person or determine their future success or happiness.


Do your very best and be proud of your effort. You can give nothing more than your best.