The Year 8 Science focus week created lots of excitement during November- parents can access photos of pupil workshops on offer which included rocket making, jelly lenses, rat dissection, Invista visit, Lough’s Agency visit and fun chemistry by Clicking here
Sixty Year 12 English Literature pupils made the journey to Omagh on Tuesday, 25th November, to enjoy Omagh Academy's production of 'Blood Brothers'. This dramatic portrayal will further equip them for their forthcoming GCSE examination
Congratulations to Blake Gray, Adriana Chiquito and Jenny Boanca who represented Foyle College at the 'Language Through Our Faith' Public Speaking competition at Thornhill College on Thursday, 24th November 2014.
Their topic was '1000 friends on Facebook, but is digital friendship real friendship?', and they approached it with enthusiasm, dedication and strong opinions!They received glowing feedback from the adjudicator and very narrowly missed out on first place to St Columb's College.
Their dedication is to be commended and they were applauded as great ambassadors for our College.
Well done to Kyle Magee on winning the Champion of Champions badminton event yesterday in Lisburn.
Junior school council meet the Major during Local democracy week
Local Democracy Week 2014
Local Democracy Week is an annual European-wide campaign that aims, on a national level, to raise young people’s awareness of how local Councils operate. It informs them about opportunities for taking part in local decision-making and, as a result, draws attention to how their involvement in local affairs is crucial in upholding local democracy. This year, Local Democracy Week takes place from 13th – 19th October 2014.
Foyle College Cross Country Club achieved great results at the Finn Valley Athletic Club Cross Country Event in Stranorlar, Donegal on 01st of October. Well done to all runners who took part and especially to our medal winners:
Beth O’Leary 9A 7th place
Rhys Hughes 12E 12th Place
Senior Boys Team Medals
Rhys Hughes 12E 3rd Place
Joshua Lyle 13B 3rd Place
Andrew Porter 14A 3rd Place
Congratulations to Victoria Colhoun who has won a silver medal at the UK School Games representing Northern Ireland and Foyle College. She was the only person from Northern Ireland to win a silver medal in judo. In addition to this Victoria was selected by the UKSGmentor Tom Davis as judo’s Spirit of Judo nominee.
Around 1600 of the UK’s finest young athletes from 12 olympic sports converged on Manchester to compete at the Sainsbury’s School Games between Friday 4 September and 7 September. Victoria’s fights can be viewed at www.2014schoolgames.com.
The Loughs Agency gave 13 pupils the opportunity to have a Dinghy Taster Session in the run up to the LegenDerry Maritime Festival which will welcome the return of the Clipper Round the World Yacht Race. The session was be delivered by Inish Adventures at their centre in Moville. It was a fine day with light winds, a relatively temperate sea and the girls greatly enjoyed their experience in this beautiful setting.