As part of their history course, 10A visited the Somme Heritage Centre today, to learn more about the Irish contribution in World War One.
Pupils toured the exhibition and a reconstruction of a trench. They also had the chance to handle weapons used 100 years ago by the men of the 36th (Ulster)and 16th (Irish)Divisions.
The remainder of the Year 10 classes will visit the Somme Centre on Wednesday (10B and 10E) and Thursday (10C and 10D).
Primary 6 pupils enjoyed a morning comprising of individual and team lego building challenges at Foyle College on Thursday 07 April. This Lego- 'Build it in Schools' workshop was supported by Derry City & Strabane Council's Science & Innovation programme and presented to pupils by STEM Aware.
Pupils from Oakgrove, Eglinton,Ebrington, Culmore and Balloughry Primary schools worked together and proved that bit of healthy competition can generate a lot of fun! The creativity evident from the morning session continued into the afternoon when all year 9 pupils at Foyle College maintained the same high level of interest and excitement when faced with their own set of STEM based challenges.
Year 9 pupils who enjoyed pizza at the final of the French drama competition on Friday.
Pupils had to organise themselves into teams, and perform a dramatization of a section of the story of M. Rapide ( Mr Busy by Roger Hargreaves). Each time was made up of a narrator, a director, and two actors portraying Mr Busy and Mr Slow.
All pupils who took part in the heats and the Final are to be commended for their effort, organisation and use of French.
The winning team was made up of Dylan O'Donnell, Stephen Linkens, Conor Wilson, and Jack McCausland. The Runners- up were Chloe McCarter, Lauren Wilson and Jodi Neely. The prize for the best narrator was won by Stephen Linkens and the best Mr Busy by Justin Gamble. All the winning pupils were from one class - 9E!
Foyle College Spring Concert took place in Christ Church Thursday March 10th 2016, The evening was an amazing display of the talent and versatility of our students and included performances from our junior, senior and chamber choirs, junior band and junior jazz band, junior and senior string orchestras, senior orchestra and senior jazz band.
Solo and ensemble performances were also given by GCSE & A Level music students. The evening came to a close with a finale performance of “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough” given by all 240 participants.