We had a busy day in school today as we hosted the Western Health and Social Care Trust’s Allied Healthcare Careers Event. We welcomed pupils from schools across the North West to find out more about careers within the NHS. Our thanks to Anne Love, Volunteer Manager for the WHSCT, and all the health professionals who so willingly gave up their time to provide this amazing opportunity for our students.
Well done to our Environmental Club members, who selflessly gave their time on Sunday morning to continue their efforts at Culmore Point. As you can see, our members made huge progress and continue to make positive contributions within our local communities. Thank you to The Magnet Bar for supporting our members’ efforts today; community spirit at its best!
Members of our dedicated Environmental Club were at BBC Radio Foyle yesterday afternoon to speak on the Mark Patterson Show about their recent beach cleaning operations and WW1 Training Trench Excavation at Magilligan.
Students from across all three key stages accompanied Dr Heather Montgomery and her team from Queen's University Belfast at Magilligan earlier today.
Together, they were looking for WW1 training trenches, in a project supported by MOD and CCGHT. Already, the team have uncovered bullets, magazine cartridges and glass evidence of sand bagging.
The project is titled ‘WW1 Training, Magilligan’ and its overall aim is to compare the trench development with Northern France. Thank you to Dr Andrew Bratton for contacting us, and involving us in such a worthwhile activity.
Well done to all involved!