Our incoming Year 8 pupils thoroughly enjoyed their trip to Brunswick Moviebowl during the final day of their Summer Scheme. 'Spider-Man: Homecoming' was a huge hit with everyone...not forgetting the popcorn, ice cream and nachos!
See you all next Friday for your induction morning.
Our Year 10 pupils are the proud recipients of the Most innovative and Creative Idea Award and The Best Overall Entry Award at the Seagate and STEM Aware ceremony, which was held in The Great Hall in Magee University.
Congratulations to all involved and a thanks to Michael Downey, Year 11, for making their video entries.
‘Learn To Earn' is an engaging and thought provoking Young Enterprise programme that challenges Year 11 pupils to make the connection between education, training and employment.
On Thursday 22nd June 2017, under the watchful eye of Karen Murphy, Young Enterprise Trainer, Year 11 pupils engaged in a variety of different activities which helped them understand how the learning and training opportunities available in school and the decisions they make now will influence their future careers and their happiness in later life.
Year 9 classes toured the Walls and visited St . Columb's Cathedral, the Tower Museum and the Siege Heroes museum as part of their study of the Siege of Derry. They also got to learn more about the foundation of our school as they toured the Foyle College exhibition and stood in Society Street carpark where Mathias Springham founded the Free School in 1617.
The Siege Trails were a very successful and fitting end to a busy year in the History Department! #Foyle400
Foyle College sports day took place yesterday, pictures are now available from the gallery from link below, Sports day was another great success, thanks to all students and staff who took part, and organised this great event.