Students from across all three key stages accompanied Dr Heather Montgomery and her team from Queen's University Belfast at Magilligan earlier today.
Together, they were looking for WW1 training trenches, in a project supported by MOD and CCGHT. Already, the team have uncovered bullets, magazine cartridges and glass evidence of sand bagging.
The project is titled ‘WW1 Training, Magilligan’ and its overall aim is to compare the trench development with Northern France. Thank you to Dr Andrew Bratton for contacting us, and involving us in such a worthwhile activity.
Well done to all involved!
We are both privileged and proud to have received an Aware ‘Investors in Mental Health’ award during the charity’s first Investors in Mental Health Ceremony at the Titanic Exhibition Centre today.
The award provides recognition for our significant contributions towards the promotion of positive mental health and well-being within our school community.
Congratulations to Lewis, Year 14, who has progressed to the final stage of Google’s Digital Marketing Internship in London! To date, Lewis has successfully progressed through three stages of the recruitment process. We wish Lewis every success as he travels to London for his upcoming interview.
Huge congratulations to Emer, Year 9, whose short story was selected as the winning entry in the intermediate category of the Rotary Club of Londonderry’s ‘Young Writer’ competition. Emer’s success was celebrated during a Rotary members’ lunch at the City Hotel on Monday, 2nd March. Well done, Emer!