On Wednesday, Year 9 pupils participated in an ‘Alcohol Awareness Workshop’. Through a live theatre performance and interactive workshop, pupils were educated on the facts about alcohol, explored causes and consequences of alcohol misuse, with the overall aim of helping pupils tackle peer pressure and make informed choices.Many thanks to Collingwood Learning who facilitated this worthwhile event.
KS3 taking the pledge to stamp out bullying during Antibullying Week
Well done to Kyle Magee who won the Champion of Champions badminton event for the 4th year running! Excellent achievement!
Pupils had the opportunity to build and fly their own rockets, investigate a CSI crime scene and discover how science has helped firefighters understand how fires develop and spread!
Congratulations to all 14 couples who danced during Friday night's show in the City Hotel.
The glitter ball glistened, the footwork was flawless and the judges and audience cast their votes...
Best Pupil Couple: Keelin Coyle and Amy Kilgore
Best Staff Couple: Mr Keown and Ms Kelly
Most Entertaining Couple: Mr Quigley and Mrs Dougherty
Best Costume: Gregg Parkhill and Emma Neill-Smith
This week there are two Insight events taking place to provide students with an insight into Sport and Nursing at Ulster, prior to the UCAS application deadline. These provide students and parents/guardians an excellent opportunity to speak to current and past students and hear from course teams.
If pupils would like to attend, registrations are still open. Please see details below.
Wednesday 12 October
School of Sport Insight
6pm – 8.45pm
For further details and to register visit: https://www.ulster.ac.uk/ulster-life/events/school-of-sport-insight-evening
Wednesday 12 October
School of Nursing Insight
6pm – 8pm
For further details and to register visit: https://www.ulster.ac.uk/ulster-life/events/school-of-nursing-insight-evening
Inishowen History Field Trips From the 28th - 30th September, all Year 8 classes visited historical sites around Carndonagh. They had the chance to be History detectives as they investigated the different buildings and monuments, and tried to reach conclusions about the lives and beliefs of the people who built them.All Year 8 pupils thoroughly enjoyed their first Foyle trip!