Our KS3 pupils recently took part in a creative writing competition with Young Writers called ‘Mission Contamination.’ The aim was to write a mini-saga of 100 words about surviving in a post-apocalyptic world (you may have seen the posters around the school). We had a huge number of entries and I’m delighted to say that 37 of our students have been selected to have their mini-saga published in a new anthology which is scheduled for publication in August. I’ve attached some photos of the successful young writers with their certificates; please congratulate the girls if you know or teach them. Thank you to all form tutors and subject teachers who encouraged their classes to take part.
Dear Primary 7 Parents Principal, Miss Mary McHenry and Assistant Principal, Mrs Ellen Smyth will be available tomorrow, Saturday 21 May from 9.00 am – 1.00 pm, to take calls regarding admissions queries. Please contact us at the school number: 02890325631
Current Year 12 students are now in the process of considering their subject choices for Post 16. We would encourage parents/carers to spend time going through the Post 16 Options booklet with their daughter/son and help them to make this important decision as they move to the next stage of their education. Any pupils wishing … Continued Read More »
Wishing our staff, pupils, parents and carers a restful Easter break. Please see end of term arrangements. Read More »