Congratulations to Year 8 pupil, Katie Warke, for achieving first place in the Northern Ireland Dance Championships, held recently in Newtonabbey. Katie finished first in both the fast and slow categories.
Author: Caroline Payne
Post Primary Admissions
If you received the outcome of your child’s Post Primary application on Saturday, there is guidance on the next steps within the email or letter you received and on the EA’s website: http://ow.ly/IMXO50OpwF3.
Here you will find FAQs and a list of schools with places available.
Members of 8TG enjoyed a Pizza Party yesterday afternoon, as a reward for being the class who raised the most funds for Cancer Fund for Children, earlier this term.
Unwanted football kits
We have been working with Ballygowan Presbyterian Church recently to collect unwanted football kits for a charity working with children in Moldova. We were thrilled therefore that Linfield FC were able to make such a generous donation to the appeal today. Thank you, Linfield FC!
King Charles 111 recent Coronation – Assembly and tree planting ceremony.
We came together as a school community yesterday to mark the historic occasion of King Charles III’s recent coronation. A special whole-school assembly was held, led by our Student Voice. We were delighted to host our Board of Governors as well as guests from Academy PS.
We then held a special tree planting ceremony outside the school, led by Mr Dick, Chairman of our Board of Governors.
“Giving Consent” workshop
Our Year 12 pupils took part in a very important workshop with Mrs Derby yesterday, on the subject of ‘Giving Consent’
“Cancer Fund for Children”
Pupils in Years 8-10 recently took part in our annual “Read-On” event to raise money for Cancer Fund for Children.
Well done to all our readers – we raised an amazing £2,844.55!
Rebecca from Cancer Fund for Children called in to receive the cheque from Mrs Teague, Mollie, Cara, Naomi & Benjamin.
Well done to Sophie Rossiter who came 3rd in the 300m race at the Ulster Schools track Championships, held at the Mary Peters Track yesterday.