Mission Catastrophe

Congratulations to our Year 8 pupils who are celebrating the publication of their survival sagas in the latest Young Writers anthology.

KS3 EXAM TIMETABLE

JUNIOR SCHOOL EXAM TIMETABLE      SUMMER 2019

Report to your room at the time shown in the first column for each exam – 8:50 for the morning session, 10:30 for the midday session and 1:30 for the afternoon session. Any gap between this time and the start of the exam can be spent preparing and revising. Pupils entitled to extra time will be given this at the start of the sessions.

 

Y 8

Wed 15th May

Thu 16th May

Fri 17th May

Mon 20th May

Tue 21st May

08:50 – 10:15

Revision

Revision

HE

9:35-10:10

Revision

Revision

10:30 – 12:50

Geography

11:40-12:40

History

11:10-12:40

Science

11:25-12:40

Mathematics

11:10-12:40

English

11:10-12:40

1:30 – 3:25

Music

2:45-3:15

French

2:15-3:15

Technology

2:15-3:15

RE

2:30-3:15

ICT

2:45-3:15

Y 9

Wed 15th May

Thu 16th May

Fri 17th May

Mon 20th May

Tue 21st May

08:50 – 10:15

ICT

9:40-10:10

HE

9:35-10:10

Revision

Revision

Revision

10:30 – 12:50

Mathematics

11:10-12:40

English

11:10-12:40

Geography

11:40-12:40

History

11:10-12:40

Science

11:25-12:40

1:30 – 3:25

RE

2:30-3:15

Technology

2:15-3:15

Music

2:45-3:15

French

2:15-3:15

Spanish

2:15-3:15

Y 10

Wed 15th May

Thu 16th May

Fri 17th May

Mon 20th May

Tue 21st May

08:50 – 10:15

Spanish

9:15-10:15

RE

9:25-10:10

ICT

9:40-10:10

HE

9:35-10:10

Music

9:40-10:10

10:30 – 12:50

English Lng.

11:25-12:40

Mathematics

11:10-12:40

History

11:10-12:40

English Lit.

11:40-12:40

Geography

11:10-12:40

1:30 – 3:25

Biology

2:15-3:15

Chemistry

2:15-3:15

French

2:15-3:15

Physics

2:15-3:15

Technology

2:15-3:15

 

 

Art & Design assessment, and French and Spanish orals, will be arranged by your class teachers during normal lesson times, before or after the examination week.

10E Showcasing Poetry

Pupils from 10E showcasing their published poetry on stage at the Ulster Hall, last month:

Snappy Science

Primary 6 pupils from Oakgrove, Drumahoe, Lisnagelvin and Ebrington Primary Schools enjoyed a ‘Snappy Science’ event this week in our assembly hall. Yr10 mentors presented the series of practical activities enjoyed by the primary pupils throughout the morning with assistance from STEM Aware.  “Can you smell like a shark?”; “ How does a lemon battery work?”; “Can you see what I see?”. These are just some of the questions that pupils considered during the morning.  Click on the link HERE to view further pictures 

Mood Walk

 

Students and Staff took to the pavement on a Mood walk this morning, to help stamp out the stigma of mental illness and to raise money for AWARE a local charity working with people who suffer with depression and bi-polar.

GCSE Short Course ICT Success

The IT department got to celebrate the success of our pupils, Kyle, Luca and Molly, who were awarded certificates for  1st, 2nd and 3rd place in Northern Ireland in CCEA’s GCSE Short Course ICT exam.  Well Done!