Danske Ulster Schools Cup Match Report


Foyle and Londonderry College hosted a Portora Royal team they had played twice already this season.

IMG_2153_518x346The results from those games stood at one each so this one was sure to be a close encounter. So it turned out to be with the Foyle team winning the game by 31-24. Foyle College started the match strongly and dominated the first half. Foyle opened the scoring through their winger David Lapsley. This try was converted by Ulster Under19 player Neil Burns to give the Foyle College team a 7-0 lead. A short time later Foyle extended their lead to 14-0 through an interception by their centre, Ryan Curry, who ran in for his first of three tries. Once again Neil Burns converted the try to put the Foyle College team into a 14-0 lead. Just before half time the Foyle team scored the third try of the game through Ryan Curry. Once again, the try was converted by Neil Burns to give Foyle a 21-0 half time lead.


Carol Service Pictures


This years Carol Service was a great success, thanks to the talent of Foyle students who made it a magical night to remember, pictures from the evening are now available from the read more link. Thanks to Mr Moorcroft for the pictures.



Jazz Night Saturday 9th March


Jazz Night UPDATE Change of Date and Venue

Saturday 9th March

Organised by the Parents' Association and featuring the school's  own excellentJazz Band at the Tower Hotel

European Day of Languages

Pupils and staff at FoyleCollegecelebrated European Day of Languages in style this year. Their action-packed programme included a Year 8 competition; a lunch-time French cookery class, and presentations on Franceand Spaingiven by native speakers. The highlight of the day was an extended assembly, during which all the items - drama, songs, hymns and psalms, were conducted in French and Spanish. Un grand succès! 



Demand Action On Sads



Please sign the petition at the link below to encourage the government:

To raise awareness of Sudden Cardiac Death in the young (SADS)

To set up a screening programme for all young people between 12 and 35.

To place defibrillators in all public buildings, and provide training in their use.