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Seaview Primary School and Nursery Unit, Belfast

Football Club

Football Club    

(Tuesday 3.10pm - 3.45pm)

We meet every Tuesday afternoon for football training.  The club is open to Year 6 and Year 7 boys and girls. During the year we play matches against other schools and take part in local tournaments.


Recent News

The Seaview Football team has had a very busy couple of days. On Tuesday, we faced Stranmillis PS in the Davy Sinclair Cup. Unfortunately, we lost the game 6-5 (Yes- you’ve read that correctly!) There were claims for a late penalty but VAR is not being used this year.

On Wednesday, we played against four other schools from across North Belfast in Day One of the festival days. The team were outstanding. In our first game we drew 0-0 with Lowood PS. Our second and third games were victories against Carr’s Glen PS (2-0) and Glenwood PS (9-0.) Our last game was a tightly contested affair resulting in 0-0 draw against Sacred Heart.
Exceptionally proud of the team and how they represented Seaview.



Extra Curricular Activities

At Seaview Primary School there is a wide range of activities for children to participate in outside the classroom to enrich and enhance their educational experiences. As well as after-school clubs, all children also have opportunities to take part in educational visits and trips.  Pupils in P7 are offered residential visit to Morecambe. 

The children are always enthusiastic about our extra-curricular activities which include: rugby, football, netball, cricket, cross country running, badminton, choir, cycling proficiency etc.  There is clear value in the experiences undertaken.

In Music, the children have the opportunity to learn a variety of instruments (encouraged by performing solos, duets and ensemble pieces in concerts), sing in the choir and produce musical and dramatic performances. We have access to specialist peripatetic tutors in violin, drums and guitar. 

A wealth of sporting activities is offered within Seaview Primary School where we seek to support the development of skills, teamwork, sportsmanship and fair play.  We encourage involvement with the local community and other schools both in friendly and competitive tournaments. 

Year 3 pupils have Spanish lessons as part of their curriculum assisted by Belfast Royal Academy Students. An additional after school club is available to Key Stage Two children who wish to develop Spanish.

Clearly, we rely on the strengths and interests of the staff in school and the extra-curricular activities provided may differ throughout the year.