CHILDREN from Ballytober Primary School have done themselves proud at Coleraine Music Festival.
Teachers were delighted that so many of the youngsters had won prizes in the music and speech and drama.
Pride of the bunch was Will Scott who won the Rosebowl for the Most Promising singer under-18 which delighted principal, Elaine Anderson.
“We are proud of all the achievements and Will’s success was the icing on the cake,” she said.
Meanwhile, children from P6 and P7 were given an insight into the intricate workings of robotics from Pat Jamison of Sentinus.
The one-day session enabled children to develop their computer skills which will stand them in good stead when the new computer suite opens soon.
The suite forms part of a refurbishing programme at Ballytober which will see the go-ahead school almost double in size.