Schools' Cup Final

Foyle College have won the first of this season’s Danske Bank Schools’ subsidiary competitions, lifting the Schools’ Trophy following a 15-11 win over Banbridge Academy at RS Dungannon. In an exciting final, the Duncreggan Road boys came from 11-5 down at the interval to go on and secure the silverware.
 


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Chelsea's Choice

Year 9 and 10 pupils engrossed in the AlterEgo production of the drama 'Chelsea's Choice' on Wednesday 15th February. Hard-hitting and thought-provoking, the play deals with the issues of grooming and sexual exploitation, and we were fortunate to be included in their tour of UK schools.

Work Experience Year 12

Year 12 pupils have been out on Work Experience this week exploring the world of work. They took every opportunity to find out more about the businesses and schools they were with and the work involved to make sure it's the right career path for them.

 

 

 

WORLD BOOK DAY

WORLD BOOK DAY

To celebrate World Book Day, all Key Stage 3 pupils will participate in a sponsored Readathon during half term. Alongside this, each pupil will complete a task, based on their novel, for their English teacher. Foyle College encouraging all KS3 pupils to Drop Everything And Read!

Year 10 Young Enterprise Project

Year 10 Young Enterprise Project Business Seminar.  This programme gives Year 10 pupils the opportunity to engage in business activities ahead of their GCSE subject choices.

Tyndall Schools' Lecture

Year 11 Physics students who attended the Tyndall Schools' Lecture this afternoon. Eoin Gill and Sheila Donegal of Waterford Institute of Technology educated and entertained almost 300 pupils, from schools as far afield as Monaghan and Ballycastle, with their stories of the work of Robert Boyle.

 

New Driver N.I.

Many thanks to Stephen Savage, a representative from New Driver NI, for delivering an informative presentation to our Post-16 pupils. Facts and figures about the purchase and upkeep of vehicles, an overview of the law and, most tragically, accounts of teenage deaths and accidents contributed to an extremely hard-hitting and worthwhile 40minutes for the pupils.