Year 14 History students visit the school archive to meet the historians who are investigating the 400 year history of our school.
Year 14 History students on their recent visit to Dublin where they toured historical sites relating to the Partition of Ireland A2 module. They are pictured at the First World War memorial gardens.
Last week our neighbours St Mary’s College, hosted an Engineering week with the opportunity for local schools to get involved.
Our Year 11 pupils paid a visit local engineering company Allpipe, who produce pipework for the petrochemical industry. Pupils had a tour of the facility and gained an insight into the quality and safety systems, the pipework sketching and the fabrication. It was fascinating to watch the quality of work by the TIG welders and to see the X-ray testing facility.
The afternoon was spent at Ulster University, Magee Campus, with Justin Quinn giving an introduction to their new Engineering faculty. They specialise in Renewable energy Engineering which is one of the fastest growing areas at the moment.
It was a very interesting and informative day and we are most grateful to St Mary’s College for hosting the event.”
Our annual Flavour of Psychology event takes place at Queen’s University Belfast on Friday 20thit is free and open to the public and aimed at anyone from A Level students upwards – programme and booking via the following link: http://www.bps.org.uk/events/flavour-psychology
On Saturday 21 Feb also at Queens the All Ireland Psychology Undergraduate Careers Event takes place. This is jointly hosted by PSI/NIBPS and the Universities in Ireland who provide undergraduate psychology degrees. To book for this free event please click here: http://www.bps.org.uk/events/annual-all-ireland-psychology-undergraduate-careers-event
On the evening of Friday 20th Februarywe are please to announce a late addition to the programme whereby Professor Kevin Browne from University of Nottingham will speak about an area of his research ‘Preventing Child Sexual Abuse’. This event is jointly hosted by The School of Psychology, Queens University Belfast For further information and to book your free place please click here:
Stars in their Eyes
Please be aware that tickets for Stars in their Eyes have now SOLD OUT! You will not be able to pay at the door on the night as the hall is at its full capacity and due to health and safety it is impossible to let any more people in. Good luck to all the pupils who are competing!