This year’s seminar was hosted by Gail Hamilton on Tuesday 23rd June 2015. The day’s events started with pupils describing or drawing their dream lifestyle. Using the jobs booklet, pupils were tasked with discovering key facts about their ideal job, the qualifications needed and how much they would get paid. Using a budget planner, pupils were then asked to calculate how much their dream lifestyle would cost each year. Unfortunately many of the pupils got a reality check when they realised that the salary from their chosen job did not allow them to afford their dream lifestyle.
Through playing the ‘Success’ board game the pupils learnt that gaining more qualifications increased their earning potential and the career options available to them.
A selection of girls from Foyle College who raised £516 for the Foyle Hospice when they completed the recent Female Walk/Run. Included is their teacher Miss Barr.
Foyle Hospice provides ongoing palliative care services for patients with cancer and other life limiting illnesses while supporting their families and loved ones in the North West of Northern Ireland. Our commitment is to improve the quality of life of patients while extending care and support to their families and loved ones.
Year 11 Drama students staged a dress rehearsal of 'Bottom of the Bottle' on Friday, 19th June.
The play is inspired by issues teenagers are faced with in our modern society, exploring the themes of family life, addiction and peer pressure.
Each of the pupils contributed to the scriptwriting process and have spent the past few months auditioning for roles, learning their lines, exploring rehearsal techniques and staging the production.
Year 9 pupils Molly Gallagher and Peter Hunter took a camera into the skies above Sportsday to capture the event from angles never seen before. Our DJI Phantom drone was quite a spectacle as it hovered and swooped over the track with its gimbal mounted camera following the action. Thanks to Molly and Peter for the footage and they did really well to master the controls after a brief training session the day before. Pictures can be viewed by clicking here