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Amazing Brains – Weekly Planners

Hello students and parents. Please find in the links below a copy of the Amazing Brains Weekly Planner to help you plan for study and leisure during the mid-term break. Please also find a video tutorial for parents on how to use the planners Planner Parent Video

Important Update from CCEA – Science Examination

Dear parents and students, please find in the link below an important update from CCEA regarding scheduled November Science examination https://ccea.org.uk/news/2020/october/november-2020-examinations-series-delayed-2-weeks

Harvest Festival – St John’s Church – Thursday 22nd October – 7 PM

Important Update from Miss McHenry

Dear parents and students. Please find in the link below an important update from Miss McHenry

Contact Us

Dear parents and students. Please contact us at the following email addresses should you require anything over the mid-term break: info@stlouises.org.uk mmchenry767@c2kni.net dbrown717@c2kni.net kmcgahan831@c2kni.net

A Prayer For November

Dear parents and students. We wish you a blessed break. Please download our message from Sister Anna.

Halloween Safety Message

Dear parents and students. We would like to extend our gratitude to you for your support and understanding as we navigate these challenging times. We wish you a happy and safe Halloween break. Please download our Halloween Safety message in the link below.

Winter Coat Event

Over the summer, the West Belfast School Uniform Project provided 157 families, approximately 450+ children with items of school uniform for the new school year. Thank you for your support in promoting and signposting families to the scheme as well as providing donations of uniforms. We were blown away by the support and the incredible … Continued

Tech Connects – Digital Arts Academy – Halloween Week – 26th – 29th October

Hello students and parents. Please click on the link below to find out about this 4 day creative programme for 6 to 12 year old students.

Year 12 Students enjoy Tree of Knowledge Workshop

Our year 12 students attended the Tree of Knowledge workshop last week with life coach, Ben Best. They explored career goals, aspirations, creative and critical thinking and the power of a positive mindset. This experience will no doubt be very useful for our year 12 students as they prepare for their GCSE examinations.

Important Update on Delivery of A’Level and GCSE Qualifications – 2020-2021

Dear parents and students. Please download a letter from the Minister regarding delivery of GCSE and A’Level Qualifications.

Remote Learning – How to Access Google Classroom using a Computer

Hello students and parents. This video focuses on Remote Learning using a Computer:  The key focus here is: How to access files, emails and download Office 365 as well as using Google Docs and uploading on GC. 

Free School Meals Food Box

Hello parents and students. Please download information on free school meals food boxes contained in the link below.

Important Update for Parents and Students – 6th October

All students will return to school tomorrow, 7th October, with the exception of those students who have been contacted today by year teams via telephone and email and advised to self-isolate. Please email info@stlouises.org.uk if you have any queries.

Important Message for Year 11, Year 13 and Year 14 Parents

Dear parents and students. Please find in the link below an important update from Miss McHenry.

Important Update for Parents and Students

Dear parents and students. All students must remain at home tomorrow, 6th October. All students must continue to work remotely via Google Classroom. We thank you for your patience and understanding at this time.

Important Update for all Parents and Students

Please find updated information from Miss McHenry. It is vital that all parents read the letter attached in the link below.

Important Update for Parents and Students – 4th October

Dear parents and students. Please find in the link below an important update from Miss McHenry regarding Covid.

Important Message for Parents and Students

Dear parents and students. Please download and read the letter attached in the link below containing important information regarding Covid.

Amazing Brains – Study System Video Tutorial

Hello parents and students.  We continue to work in partnership with Amazing Brains to provide the most outstanding Study System resources for our students.  Please download the link below to view a video tutorial on the Amazing Brains Study System.

Year 8 Students Participate in ‘Tree of Knowledge’ Workshop

Year 8 students had the privilege of attending the ‘Tree of Knowledge’ workshop this week with Ben Best whereby they explored their dreams and aspirations and participated in a range of team building activities. The students thoroughly enjoyed working with Ben as part of their ongoing induction programme.

Education Restart Posters – How Can You Keep Our Schools Safe?

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Year 11 enjoy Amazing Brains Workshop

Year 11 have enjoyed attending Study Skills workshops with Amazing Brains this week. Students have revisited how to create Syllabus Maps and Connection Cards that will aid their revision during GCSE study. We can’t wait to see the terrific outcomes of the hard work they will do with their Study System!

Education Restart – Information for Parents and Carers – Letter from the Chief Medical Officer

Hello parents and carers. Please download and read the most recent information from the Chief Medical Officer.

Important Message for Year 8 Parents

The Amazing Brains Parent Power workshop scheduled to take place on Tuesday 8th September has been cancelled. We apologise for any inconvenience caused. We will post on our website a video tutorial of the Amazing Brains Study System in due course.

Music Tuition

Please download and complete the Google Form attached in the link below for music lessons. https://forms.gle/GnCEMiUyAh6FRrJZ8

Translink – Important Message for Parents and Students

“Safety is our top priority and we are doing all we can to make services safe for everyone.” “As our vehicles now carry fewer passengers in order to keep all passengers safe, schoolchildren should make use of the additional dedicated school services we have added to the network since 1st Sept. We have extra staff … Continued

Message for Parents – School Routines

Hello parents. Please download the information contained in the link below regarding school routines and procedures.

Important Health and Safety Notice for Parents

Hello parents. It is of the utmost importance that you read and adhere to the important health and safety information contained in the link below.

Important Information about Our New School Day

Hello parents and students. Please download in the link below important information about our new school day.

Important Update on Face Coverings in School

Dear parents Following Minister Weir’s announcement yesterday on the use of face masks in schools, we request that all students wear a face covering on corridors and other communal areas of the school, with effect from Tuesday 1st September. We thank you for your co-operation with this matter. Please see the link below for further … Continued

Important Information Regarding Students’ Packed Lunch Bags

Student Lunch Bags Hello parents and students. We are requesting that students bring their lunch in disposable bags on a daily basis as opposed to lunch boxes or cloth bags. We thank you for your co-operation with this matter.

Year 8 on their First Day

Welcome to all of our new Year 8 students who started their journey in St Louise’s today. We wish you a safe, successful and happy time with the St Louise’s family. We look forward to welcoming you all back on Tuesday 1st August from 8.55 to 3.00 and everyday thereafter.

Information Regarding Music Tuition

Hello parents and students. Please download the information contained in the link below regarding important changes to music lessons. https://forms.gle/StJgikgi25xvsW8FA

Attention Year 8 Parents and Students

We are looking forward to welcoming our new year 8 students on Wednesday 26th August. Year 8 students should arrive 10 minutes before their start time on Wednesday morning, 8A to 8F at 9.20, 8G to 8L at 11.20 – they should assemble in the Bus Park in the Senior School where they will be … Continued

Translink Guidance

Hello parents and students. Please follow the link below for information and guidance on frequently asked questions in relation to returning to school. http://www.eani.org.uk/education-restart

Education Restart Information

Parents and students. As we embark upon our return to school, it is imperative that we all take responsibility for staying safe and doing what we can to stop the spread of Covid 19. Please download the advice attached in the link below.

Advice on Car Sharing

Hello students and parents. We want to ensure the health and safety of all our students as they return to school. Please download the advice on car sharing flyer in the link below. Post 16 students must not car share. It is imperative that we all act sensibly and do what we can to protect … Continued

Congratulations to our GCSE students!

On behalf of the St Louise’s community, we would like to congratulate our students as they receive their GCSE results and wish them continued success on the next stage of their educational journey.

To all Year 13 and 14 students – Important Examination Information

At 4 pm yesterday, Education Minister, Mr Weir announced that CCEA should ensure that all AS and A2 students receive the highest of either their teacher assessed grades or the grade already provided.  New AS and A2 results will be issued in due course by CCEA. You may wish to defer any appeal until the … Continued

Attention Year 14 Students – Issue of Results – Advice and Guidance

Hello Year 14 students. Please read the letter attached in the link below with guidance for issue of results on Thursday 13th August. Please also find links to support and advice from CCEA.

A Special Message for our Year 8 Students

Hello year 8 students. We wanted to give you a special presentation to conclude your school year. Please click the link below. Enjoy, take care and have a lovely summer.

Summer Greetings to all our Students, Parents and Staff

We would like to wish our school community a very happy and safe summer holiday. Please take care and stay safe in all that you do. We will continue to update you with plans in relation to return to school.

A Summer Message from the Drama Department

Hello students. Please find in the link below a video message to you from the Drama Department. Enjoy!

Important Message for Year 8 Students

Hello all Year 8 students.  Please find attached your weekly Year 8 team message.  Please download and read all of the slides in the link. year 8 team message 24 june

Message for Year 9 Students –

Hello all Year 9 students.  Please find an important message from the Year 9 team.  Please download and read all slides in the link. Year 9 Team Message 24th june

Important Message for Year 12 Students

Hello Year 12 students.  Please find in the link below an important message from your year team. Year 12 Team Message 24 June

Important Message for Year 10 Students

At Texthelp, we want to ensure that every student has the essential literacy skills to read, write, and communicate with confidence and independence.

Message for Year 11 Students

Hello all Year 11 students.  Please find a message from your Year 11 team.  Please download and read all of the slides in the link. Year 11 Team Message 24th June

Attention Students – Year 11 to Year 14

Hello students. As soon as it is safe to do so, ScreenWorks will return to delivering meaningful work experience for young people. Until then, we invite your students to take part in ScreenWorks Online – a series of free weekly videos and exercises aimed at young people aged 14-19. Each video will explore a different job role, hosted by an … Continued

Thank you

Thank you from the St Louise’s community for the beautiful mass celebrated this morning by Father Dallat from Loughinisland. Thank you to Sister Anna for her readings and for representing our school at the mass. Thank you also to Ciara, Stephen and Niall for providing the beautiful music. What a beautiful and fitting way for … Continued

Employability Skills Virtual Classroom – Year 10 – Year 13 Students

PwC’s all new Virtual Classroom We’re really excited to launch our new Virtual Classroom – a programme open to all students between Years 10 and 13. The programme combines both live and pre-recorded sessions which will provide students with an insight into PwC and an opportunity to develop their employability skills. They’ll also have the … Continued

Mass for Students and Staff – Friday 19th June – 10 am

Fr. Ciaran Dallat is going to offer mass on Friday 19th June at 10 am for staff and students.  The mass can be watched online at the following link: https://www.mcnmedia.tv/camera/stmacartans-parish-loughinisland

History of Art Competition – ‘Write On Art’

Attention Year 11 to Year 14 students. Please have a look at this competition and get entering!!! This is an opportunity to combine your literary Skills and passion for art. To enter ‘Write on Art’, simply choose one artwork featured on the Art UK website and write about it – this is an opportunity to … Continued

Queen’s University Social Sciences Summer School

To: Parents/Guardians of Years 12 and 13 students Is your son/daughter thinking of studying social sciences at university? Queen’s University Belfast is running an online Social Sciences Summer School in August, where students can learn more about important and interesting topics such as families, religion, crime and deviance, social inequality, ethnic diversity, politics and more! … Continued

Congratulations Katie

Year 10 student Katie Robb entered the Young Writers  ‘SOS Spine Chillers’ creative writing competition and we are delighted to announce that her work will now be published. Katie has also been shortlisted for the final of the competition which will be announced in the Autumn. Please find Katie’s story in the link below.

School Holidays 2020 – 2021

Hello parents ans students. Please find in the link below an overview of our school holidays for 2020 – 2021

Universities Fair – Wednesday 17th June – 12.00 – 18.00

We’ve brought together over 100 universities and colleges from across the UK for our ground-breaking Virtual Fair on Wednesday 17 June from 12:00 – 18:00, to allow you to easily explore all your choices in one place. Exhibitors include Cambridge, Edinburgh, Cardiff, Manchester Met, Loughborough and many more. Just one week left until our spectacular Virtual … Continued

Mindfulness Video from Miss Catherine Wells

Hello students and staff. Please find in the link below a mindfulness and meditation video from our Occupational Therapist, Ms Catherine Wells. https://share.icloud.com/photos/0Zcr7NDHBxykomzhZyEoNiQDw#Bangor

NURTURE YOUR CHILD’S MENTAL HEALTH THROUGH PLAY

Please find in the links below important guidance on how to nurture your child’s mental health through play, an important document particularly for this time. An Arabic translation is also included.

New Admissions – Post 16 Applications

If you are interested in applying to our Sixth Form, please complete the application form attached in the link above and email back to us.  Attached also is out Post 16 Options Booklet to help you with your choices. NEW ADMISSIONS FORM P16 2020-21 POST 16 SUBJECT OPTIONS BOOKLET 2020

Prayer for a relative of our school community

A relative of our school community is seriously ill in hospital.   We ask you to pray the Our Father for her recovery and for the support of her family. Our Father who art in heaven, hallowed be thy name; thy kingdom come, thy will be done  on earth as it is in heaven.  Give us … Continued

Ignite International Leadership Programme

Attention students aged 16 – 18. George Best Belfast City Airport in partnership with the award winning Youth Charity Cinemagic have developed an International Youth Leadership programme for young people aged between 16yrs – 18yrs.  The year-long programme will provide potentially life-changing opportunities for 100 young people over a 5-year period with 20 young people … Continued

Connections Challenge from AWARE

Hello students. This has been and continues to be a very challenging time, especially for children and young people. We want to invite you take part in our C.O.N.N.E.C.T.I.O.N.S challenge to encourage you to think about what this experience has been like to live through and to promote connections at a time when these are … Continued

Aware – Mental Health Awareness Video

AWARE is delighted to announce the launch of our fourth video in our series of mental health awareness videos. This video explores the key mental issues affecting young people today. This guide shows you how to recognise signs of poor mental health and provides self-help tips and ideas to improve your well-being.

Queen’s University Belfast Medical School Open Day – Monday 15th June

Attention students. Please find attached a link for an online QUB Medical School Open Day which will take place on Monday 15th of June. We would encourage you to attend, particularly if you are interested in studying medicine.

Quarry Safety Campaign “Stay Safe Stay Out”

Dear parents and students. Please download the letter attached in the link below regarding a quarry safety campaign.

Year 8 New Admissions Update – Important Information for Parents

Year 8 New Admissions Update Please note that the Education Authority will prepare and issue notification of placement letters on behalf of all schools to parents and guardians for receipt on Thursday 4th June 2020. St Louise’s will operate a help-desk for parents on Thursday 4th and Friday 5th June from 10.00 am – 3.00 … Continued

Feast of Pentecost – Sunday 31st May

Compassion, mercy, forgiveness and a hope for justice for all are gifts we ask from the Spirit who blows among us strongly today. On each inbreath, pray‘Come, Holy Spirit’, live in me and in all of usas you lived in Mary and the apostles. Please find a reflection from Sr Anna as we celebrate the Feast … Continued

Queen’s Update for Parents and Students

Hello parents and students. Please find in the link below an important update from Queen’s University, Belfast.

Important Information Regarding Malaga Trip

I hope I find you safe and well? The Art and Design department, together with the Geography department, are scheduled to take an educational trip to Malaga, Spain, in February 2021. We are hoping that the trip will go ahead as planned but at present we are unsure if this will be the case. Some … Continued

Important Message for Photography and Moving Image Arts Students

Hello students. Please find attached in the links below imprtant information regarding arrangements for the return of photography equipment currently on loan. It is vital that these items are returned to the school so that the Photography and Moving Images department can check and service equipment to continue to facilitate students next year when school … Continued

Announcing Art Book Cover Competition Winners

We are delighted to announce the winners of the school book cover competition. The entries were outstanding in terms of quality and creativity. Congratulations to our winners: First place – Ayaana Tuansi – The Life of Pi Second place – Natasha McGreevy – Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Joint third place -Rosie Douglas, Year 8 … Continued

Family Works Helpline

Hello parents and students. We hope you are keeping safe and well? Please find attached in the link below information about the Family Works Helpline if you are in need of support.

Aware – Mental Health Awareness Week

AWARE have some exciting news! In celebration of #MentalHealthAwarenessWeek, we are launching a free online version of our Living Life to the Full well-being programme as well as launching further dates for our popular free Mindfulness sessions! Living Life to the Full (18+) The six-session programme uses Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT) concepts to help you … Continued

Life Drawing – As Art and Design Students with BBC4 Arts Channel

As part of National Drawing Day, St Louise’s’ AS Art and Design students participated in a live life drawing class with the BBC4 arts channel. This was a fantastic class and a great opportunity to interact and connect with the students together in a live stream, which the class really enjoyed and benefited from. Please … Continued

National Drawing Day – Saturday 16th May – Our Wonderful Student Work

On Saturday the 16th May, the National Gallery of Ireland hosted National Drawing Day. St Louise’s signed up to take part and set the KS3 students a task to complete a piece of art inspired by the work of Claude Monet. The children had  a choice of any medium and were encouraged to be creative. Congratulations … Continued

Careers Video of the Day – Psychiatry

Today’s video comes from another member of our Board of Governors, Dr. Janine Lynch. Janine is a Consultant Psychiatrist in the Belfast Trust. Janine specialises in perinatal and postnatal care. She discusses how adaptability, resilience and leadership are some of the key skills/qualities needed for her role. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1c3gpzm6Avm12FQe73KX-FXou_n7OdnQ3/view?usp=sharing

Safer Schools App

Dear Parents and Carers,In these unprecedented times, we know everyone is spending more time online at home, including our children and young people. The Internet provides many benefits in keeping us all connected; however, for our children and young people especially, this can present more significant risks.The online world can be a bit overwhelming at … Continued

Careers Video of the Day – Graphic Design

Hello students. Today’s video and task comes from the very talented Dominic McAfee, a Graphic Designer. Dominic discusses a typical day, the software he uses and the types of products/designs that he creates. Dominic discusses the key skills/qualities required be a good Graphic Designer which include a love of art, a keen eye for detail, … Continued

Art Book Cover Competition for Key Stage 3 Students

Hello Key Stage 3 students. Please note that the final submission date for entries for the Book Cover Competition is Monday 18th May so get drawing! Mrs Robb is most impressed with the fabulous entries so far.

Careers Video of the Day – Software Developer

Hello students. Today’s video and task comes from Andrew Caruth, a Software Developer. He is also a Chief Technology Officer and an Executive Director. Andrew discusses how communication, critical thinking and passion are critical to be a successful Software Developer. He describes Software Development as an ‘exciting career’ and a career that you can progress … Continued

English Language Course for Parents with limited English

International house will offer a free English language class for parents from the 22nd -26th June, 2 hours per day. FSCN work closely with International House Belfast, who provide ESOL training for adults with no or limited English Language. Sophie Cocault from International House has facilitated a Certificate in English Language (CELTA/P) for us, training Teachers and Classroom assistants to … Continued

A Video from Catherine Wells – Occupational Therapist

Our Occupational Therapist, Catherine Wells, has compiled this video with practical advice, thinking strategies and activities on how to control worry. https://share.icloud.com/photos/0RtSoaApziJiBLmoazJNkNbyA#Bangor

AWARE Video – 10 Things You Can Do To Feel Better

Hello students, parents and carers. AWARE are delighted to release our third awareness video entitled ’10 things you can do to feel better right now.’ To view this video visit the following links and as always feel free to share with others. Youtube https://youtu.be/u-oBEgk4nzM

EMA Applications Process – 2020/2021

Year 12 parents and guardians can now make an application for Education Maintenance Allowance by using the following information.  Please note for new applications the student must have a personal bank account set up before applying.  Due to the current restrictions, it would be advisable to set up using an online application process which does … Continued

Careers Video of the Day – Podiatry

Today’s video comes from Gerardette, a Podiatrist and West Belfast Business Owner. Gerardette talks about a typical day for a Podiatrist. She explains that successful Podiatrists should be caring, organised and should continue to learn throughout their career by engaging in professional development.  She also describes some of the benefits of being her ‘own boss.’ … Continued

Important Message from CCEA – Summer Awarding

CCEA Regulation has announced that it’s appeals public consultation period for Summer Awarding 2020 is now officially open and closes on Thursday 21 May 2020.  For further information please click on the following link: CCEA Appeals Public Consultation Information

Advice for Students on Managing Time

Hello students. We hope you are continuing to keep safe and well? Please find in the link below guidance from the Bloom project on managing your time during this period. Please ensure that you have established a daily routine that suits you and your family and contact us if you need anything at all.

Careers Video of the Day – Accountancy

Today’s video and task comes from a member of our Board of Governors, Mr. John O’Rourke. John speaks about his career in Accountancy. He discusses subject choices at A-level and the requirements to study Accountancy at university. John outlines the key skills required for a career in Accountancy which include analytical skills, time keeping and … Continued

A Video Tribute to our Year 14 Students

 Hello Year 14 students.  The staff of Saint Louise’s have put together this video tribute for you as you say goodbye to us and look forward to the next stage of your journey.  Enjoy! https://drive.google.com/file/d/132__47yzDUUPvaxfci_9lhk83Wei5wH3/view?usp=sharing

May the Month of Mary

Hello students, staff, parents and carers.  This month we honour Mary who followed the will of God throughout her life.  Please view the video in the link below as we prepare to dedicate the month of May to Mary. https://drive.google.com/open?id=12V1Kwhn79NrN3ns3HrXMh6-XO7lqKn3h

May Reflection – Befriending Social Distancing with Pope Francis

Hello students.  Please find in the links below a message from Sister Anna – Befriending Social Distancing with Pope Francis. may 8th Reflection 3 Read more                                                                                                   

Clap for Carers

Thank you to all of our wonderful participants who shared videos and pictures for our Clap for Carers video.  Thank you once again to all of our wonderful NHS and other front-line workers for the tremendous job you are doing.  Please enjoy this uplifting video tribute to you all, compiled by Mrs Hogarty, as we … Continued

Careers Video of the Day – Make-Up Artist

Hello students.  Today’s video and task comes from Debbie McKernan, a Make-Up Artist and Business Owner https://drive.google.com/file/d/1jb_RpEPDPH1PY_e4MprV-uuyLufjmsRv/view?usp=sharing makeupartistbusinessowner    

Saint Louise de Marillac 1593-1660 Happy feast day Saturday May 9th.

Please find in the link below a message from Sister Anna as we celebrate the feast day of Saint Louise de Marillac, the patron saint of our school. Saint Louise de Marillac – 1593-1660  Happy feast day – Saturday May 9thHave an enjoyable day – Sister Anna DC Why is Saint Louise important? Our school … Continued

Important Message from CCEA for Year 11 and Year 12 Students

CCEA have recorded two more episodes in their podcast series of interviews between CCEA CEO, Justin Edwards, and Wendy Austin.  Today’s podcasts are for the attention of Year 11 and Year 12 students.  https://ccea.org.uk/summer-awarding

Careers Video of the Day

Hello students.  Today’s video and task comes from another extremely talented past pupil, Colleen Monaghan.  Colleen is a Product Manager at Hocoma.  She works on developing machines that help people recover from serious injury.  Colleen tells us that she is ‘very honoured’ to have the opportunity to speak to our students. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1V4lwKSX2q27nZ4v2lS_HGvsPNipvgOal/view?usp=sharing productmanager

Guidance for Parents for Supporting Students at Home

Hello parents.  We want to ensure that parents who cannot access information readily or who may find it difficult to support their children’s education at home during this time are supported as fully as possible. Attached is a list of online resources available for support.

Careers Activities for all Students

 Careers activities for all pupils:  Young Enterprise usually visit our school to deliver fun activities to help you make informed choices about your future careers. Now that the school is closed, they are providing free online resources with new and exciting content to support learning at home https://yeni.co.uk/programme-delivery/online-learning/  Their resources are for schools, parents and young people of all ages. … Continued

Important Message for Year 14 Students

The CCEA podcast series, ‘Conversations with Justin Edwards and Wendy Austin’ continues with Alternative Awarding Arrangements for A2 Level.  The latest episode is available  CCEEA website:   https://ccea.org.uk/summer-awarding Post 16 Students who have received offers from Queen’s University, please check  the following virtual events to give you an insight into life as an undergraduate.  Undergrad Offer-holder … Continued

Monthly Literacy Power

Exciting literacy news for Key Stage 3 Students – Launching Thursday 7th May: ‘Hello students.  How well do you use punctuation?  You will be set a punctuation challenge every month to help you develop your punctuation powers. You can access the challenge through your year group’s English Google Classroom.  The programme will focus on a … Continued

Careers Video of the Day – Nursing

Hello students.  Today’s video and research task comes from Catherine, a Respiratory Nurse who works with patients suffering from lung conditions e.g. COPD and Asthma.  Catherine explains that Nursing is a varied profession which can lead to a range of nursing careers in different areas.  Catherine discusses the Six Core Values of Nursing.  She concludes … Continued

MYON – Parents’ Guide on how to Access MYON and AR Bookfinder

Hello parents.  Please find in the links below: Parents’ guides to myON and AR. Parents’ guide to myON – http://www.renlearn.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/Parent-Guide-to-myON-1.pdf Parents’ Guide for AR Bookfinder – http://doc.renlearn.com/KMNet/R004185509GH709B.pdf

Spotlight Showcase – A Beautiful Performance from our talented Dance Students

Last Thursday, the dance department should have had our annual showcase at Island Arts Centre.  This is a major event in our departmental calendar and something that all our students look forward to very much. We recognise that for our senior students in particular, the showcase is such an important milestone in their St Louise’s’ … Continued

A Message for Year 13 Students

Hello Year 13 students.  CCEA have launched a new podcast series focusing on this summer’s alternative awarding arrangements.  In this first episode, broadcaster Wendy Austin and CCEA’s CEO Justin Edwards discuss AS level. It’s available here:  https://bit.ly/2KS6or2

Careers Video of the Day – Social Sciences

Please read here the Accelerated Reader end of term results for KS3 classes. 

Our Rainbow Children – An Uplifting Video starring our Rainbow Children

As we embark on a new month, please find attached in the link below an uplifting video starring our ‘rainbow children’. https://drive.google.com/open?id=1UUcRkT9_XECLxfoJGX3zGjm5DnSOTzYK

A letter from the Principal

Hello parents.  Please find attached in the link below an important letter from Ms McHenry. 1 May 2020 Letter from Principal                                                                     … Continued

Careers Video of the Day – Wedding Planner

Hello students LOVE IS IN THE AIR…  Today’s video comes from Gemma.  Gemma is a Wedding Planner and business owner of Confetti Co.  Gemma talks about the physical work involved in wedding planning.  She highlights the importance of organisation, creativity and patience.  Gemma encourages students to consider subjects such as Art & Design, Technology & … Continued

Women’s Aid – You are not Alone

Hello parents and carers.  Belfast and Lisburn Women’s Aid have launched their poster campaign ‘At home should not mean at risk’.  More details are available on their website https://belfastwomensaid.org.uk/at-home-should-not-mean-at-risk-poster-campaign/

Meaningful May – Action for Happiness Calendar

Principal’s Address 4.30pm and 6.30pm

Primary 6 and 7 boys and girls are welcome to attend

Important Careers Message for Year 11 Students

Year 11 Careers Notice Normally at this point in the year we would be busy preparing for your work experience placement which was due to take place after your GCSE module exams. Unfortunately given the circumstances we cannot do this yet, however in the meantime you can watch Miss McGlinchey’s daily careers talks from professionals … Continued

Careers Video of the Day – Solicitor

Hello students.  Please find attached our video from solicitor Ciara Liddy  and the research tasks. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1bj2n1HzIEK5sB-pwRmFCWDy8wzpAUvn2/view?usp=sharing solicitor tasks 30 april

Online Resources to Assist Families during Covid 19

Online resources that may assist families and pupils during Covid-19  Hello parents and students.  The Department has collated a range of online resources which are intended to be helpful to families and pupils during the Covid-19 situation.  Please follow the link below.           www.education-ni.gov.uk/articles/support-parents-and-pupils

Deo Jugiter Intentus – A Special Song from our staff to you

Hello to all our students, staff, parents and past pupils.  Our talented staff have put together a special song for you to lift your spirits in this unusual time.  You may recognise it and please join in!!! https://wetransfer.com/downloads/cb63732f64661a2d5091ef3f6789986b20200429163438/e1a7f785ded01aec666115c4b5cad56c20200429163526/29910a Deo Jugiter Intentus Completed.mp4    

Mindfulness and Art

In this current global crisis, we may be feeling anxious and unmoored. Many people find it easier to cope with this uncertainty by keeping busy, embarking on new self-improvement regimes that offer the comforting illusion of control in an unpredictable world. Others may find solace in the opposite, using this ‘downtime’ to withdraw and reset. … Continued

Literacy News for Year 8 Students

BBC Young Reporter is helping young people share their stories of how coronavirus is impacting on their lives. The project offers 11-18 year olds across the UK the chance to report with BBC programmes and platforms. A special online uploader has been created to enable young people to contact the BBC securely by text, video or using … Continued

Careers Video of the Day – Research Scientist

Hello students.  Today’s video comes from Caoimhe, a Research Scientist and Mathematician for NASA.  Caoimhe tells our Year 10 students that Maths is ‘the foundation of everything.’  She explains how Maths is ‘extremely versatile’ and mentions her research on improving blenders and their ability to make smoothies as well as the aerodynamics of the football … Continued

Careers Video of the Day – Irish Language Project Officer

Hello students.  Please find in the links below today’s careers video and task which comes from Irish Language Project Officer, Cuisle.   Cuisle tells us that she finds sharing a language with others extremely rewarding as, ‘people go from having no engagement with the language to immediately wanting to find out more.’  She also highlights the … Continued

For Year 11 Students

Hello Year 11 students.  Please download the important letter in the link attached below. Year 11 Letter 27th April  

Careers Video of the Day

Hello students.  Please find in the links below today’s Careers video and task which comes from –  the very talented Sorcha McGlinchey, an Animator and Designer for Paper Owl Films. Sorcha is a past pupil of St. Louise’s.  She discusses the importance of empathy, passion and communication. animator tasks 27 april   https://drive.google.com/file/d/1bILwjyTmG1X3Qgg_Nti-HnPu-2CmuydO/view?usp=sharing

Careers Video of the Day

Hello students.  Please find in the links below your Career Video of the day and research task which today comes from actress, Brigid Shine.  She tells us that her job currently involves sitting in a pillow fort and on a typical day she has to eat loads of food! https://drive.google.com/file/d/1ZV8DnOc2LcCmFHck46rEWSi2y1iaeXc9/view?usp=sharing actressactor tasks

Year 10 Students – Careers Videos of the Day

Hello Year 10 students.  Please find attached in the links below your Careers Videos and tasks of the day.  Enjoy! Video and research task for Dr. Niamh Kennedy- a Psychology Lecturer https://drive.google.com/file/d/1UcDyP_Ac01XAkYf82Szo5TReR93s4JV7/view?usp=sharing lecturer in psychology tasks Maria Burns- A Physician Associate and research task https://drive.google.com/file/d/1YToLbZoK4tvdrddtPgejsMANuLmOCt1S/view?usp=sharing Physician Associate tasks

Attention Aspiring Dancers – Year 10 Students

Attention all aspiring dancers Please find in the link below details about an amazing opportunity to take a class with a world renowned dance company. Young dancers, this is an opportunity not to be missed! https://www.rambert.org.uk/join-in/rambert-home-studio/technique-for-dance-students/

Advice on Google/Microsoft Translated for Newcomer Parents and Students

Hello newcomer parents and students.  Please find translated advice documents for accessing Google Classroom/Microsoft from home. Microsoft-Google Newcomer guidance Lithuanian Microsoft-Google Newcomer guidance Polish Microsoft-Google Newcomer guidance Tetum

Important Message for Year 11 Students

Hello Year 11 students.  Please find in the link below an important message from your year team. Year 11 Team Message 4 22 April

National Gallery of Ireland – Portrait Competition

Hello students.  Please find below a link to a Portrait competition run by the National Gallery of Ireland.  There are several age categories so it is open for all. The brief is simple:  Create a portrait of someone you know. You could choose a friend, a family member, your teacher, or even yourself! Paintings, drawings, photographs, … Continued

Attention Photography and Moving Image Arts Students – Exciting Opportunities

For year 14 photography pupils: Belfast Exposed ‘Futures Artists’ is a career development and mentoring programme for artists and photographers in post-education or early stages of embarking on their photographic career. It is tailored to support the development and presentation of new work by professional mentoring, promotional opportunities, exhibitions and publications. It is a give … Continued

Attention Year 10 Students – Exciting Careers Guidance Message

Hello all Year 10 students.  As you embark on making your choices for Key Stage 4, please download and read this exciting message from the Careers Team.  Please also find a link to the Firefighter Video and Firefighter Task.  Enjoy and good luck with your choices. KS4 subject choices 21 april https://drive.google.com/file/d/1k__uzJML1EdGabnNeMmuEZGKCFMvueqi/view?usp=sharing year 10 firefighter … Continued

Splendid Student Work

Hello students. We would like to celebrate the fantastic work you have been doing at home. We are sharing today the work you have been doing in History. Congratulations and keep up the great work!

Important Information for Students on Staying Safe and Gatherings

Dear students, A number of weeks have passed since we first saw this powerful plea from staff in the Belfast Trust, yet the message is every bit as important today as it was when it was first released  https://youtu.be/R6JLomdYups Information and advice as to why social distancing is so important can be accessed on the Safer Schools … Continued

CCEA Announcement of Summer Series Examination 2020

Hello students and parents.  Please find attached in the links below important information from CCEA in relation to Summer Series Examination 2020. A message to students and families from CCEA 16th April Guidance document for Student, Parents and Teachers_4 16th April

Covid 19 Response for Refugee and Asylum Community

Please download the translations for the Covid 19 Response for the Refugee and Asylum Community with important information regarding food banks etc. Covid 19 response_English Converted EducationAuthority 9.4.20 – Portuguese Covid 19 response_English Converted EducationAuthority 9.4.20 Bulgarian Covid 19 response_English Converted EducationAuthority 9.4.20 Chinese Covid 19 response_English Converted EducationAuthority 9.4.20 Polish Covid 19 response_English Converted … Continued

Safer Schools App

Attention parents.  Please find a link attached to information about the Safer Schools App launched by the Minister for Education, Mr Peter Weir: Parent_Carer_Flyer_Primary_and_Secondary_SaferSchoolsNI

A Video Message – from our staff to you

We the staff of Saint Louise’s want to share a special message with you, our students and parents, enjoy!https://www.dropbox.com/s/2f43u02v0939rnm/1080p.mov?dl=0

Staying Safe – Dealing with Covid 19 (EA Publication)

Staying Safe: - Dealing with COVID-19 is a booklet which aims to explain what coronavirus is and will provide advice on taking precautions and how we can look after one another, will provide advice on remote learning and a focus on emotional well-being during these challenging times of school closures.  Other useful resources are also … Continued

Maths Department Video – A Message for our Students

https://www.stlouises.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2020/04/maths-video-message.mp4 Hello students.  Please find a message from our fabulous teachers in the Maths Department.  Enjoy! Newsletter get news and events at our school Email* October20 Amazing Brains – Weekly PlannersHello students and parents. Please find in the links below a copy of the Amazing Brains Weekly Planner to help you plan for study and … Continued

Contact Us

If parents / guardians need any further advice or wish to contact us on any matter, please contact via email: Miss McHenry Principal - mmchenry767@c2kni.net Miss McGahan Vice Principal -  kmcgahan831@c2kni.net Mr Brown Vice Principal - dbrown717@c2kni.net School info account -  info@stlouises.org.uk Any specific subject related concerns will be passed on to the relevant member … Continued

EMA Payments

Dear Post 16 Students.  Please be advised that EMA payments will continue to be made to all registered students for the duration on the school closure period.  Here follows the guidance from the Minister: "The Minister welcomed the measures Further Education colleges have made to continue to deliver for their students through digital learning and … Continued

Important Message for Post 16 Students – University of Ulster

Hello Post 16 students.  University of Ulster will be hosting a series of webinars on the various courses available, further details can be found.   https://www.ulster.ac.uk/events/recruitment-webinars UK University and Apprenticeship search are hosting free live Webinar Wednesdays every week at 12pm from 29 April until 27 May. All will be presented by university and company representatives ready … Continued

Important Message for Parents regarding Free School Meals

https://www.education-ni.gov.uk/news/ministers-take-action-relation-free-school-meals-payment-0 Attention parents.  Please follow the link above to find out what the government has put in place for students entitled to free school meals. Ministers take action in relation to Free School Meals payment Date published: 26 March 2020 Communities Minister Deirdre Hargey and Education Minister Peter Weir have announced plans to make sure … Continued

Accelerated Reader – How To Access From Home

Parent/Guardian (s), Please find a link below so your child can access Accelerated Reader at home: https://ukhosted5.renlearn.co.uk/2178872 Your daughter/son should log in as they normally would. Please encourage them to continue to read and quiz as they would do in school. We know that this will support them in developing their reading skills. Many thanks. … Continued

Family Works – Independent Counselling Service for Schools

Parents and Guardians, the mental health and well-being of young people during the coronavirus outbreak is paramount and the current lock down may lead to further anxiety.  Family Works will still be providing 1:1 support through secure online medium of Video Counselling and Telephone Counselling.  Existing clients do not need to do anything as you … Continued

Parent Line – Advice for Parents and Carers

As we all navigate these unprecedented times, we at Parentline NI would like to remind you all that our Regional Parents Helpline is in full operation throughout this period.  We can be contacted on freephone 0808 8020 400 to provide advice, support and guidance to parents and carers.  We are opened: Monday- Thursday 9am-9pm Friday … Continued

Google Classroom – Submitting Files

SUBMITTING FILES WITH YOUR ASSIGNMENT Attention students.  Please download the information in the link above outlining how to submit files in Google Classroom. Newsletter get news and events at our school Email* October20 Amazing Brains – Weekly PlannersHello students and parents. Please find in the links below a copy of the Amazing Brains Weekly Planner … Continued

Contact Us

If parents / guardians need any further advice or wish to contact us on any matter, please contact via email: Miss McHenry Principal - mmchenry767@c2kni.net Miss McGahan Vice Principal -  kmcgahan831@c2kni.net Mr Brown Vice Principal - dbrown717@c2kni.net School info account -  info@stlouises.org.uk Any specific subject related concerns will be passed on to the relevant member … Continued

Home School Daily Routine Planner

home school daily routine planner final Good morning students.  I am attaching a home school daily routine planner for you.  Please try and follow this schedule as best you can, it is important that you keep a good routine. Newsletter get news and events at our school Email* October20 Amazing Brains – Weekly PlannersHello students … Continued

Outside Agency Advice and Support Contacts

Parents and students, please download the link below for a list of telephone and web support for young people.  Please take care and look after one another. Telephone and Web Support for Young People. March 2020 Newsletter get news and events at our school Email* October20 Amazing Brains – Weekly PlannersHello students and parents. Please … Continued

Parents’ Guide to Google Classroom 2020

Hello parents.  Please download the document attached in the link below outlining how to support the use of Google Classroom at home. 2020 Parents' Guide to Google Classroom Newsletter get news and events at our school Email* October20 Amazing Brains – Weekly PlannersHello students and parents. Please find in the links below a copy of … Continued

Debating Team Success

Concern Competition Debating Success! St. Louise’s Senior Debating team have finished the Concern Debating Competition with great success!  The team unanimously won their final debate against Belfast High School where we debated the motion, ‘The EU needs an army.’ Our students worked extremely hard to prepare for this debate.  The chief adjudicator commented that “it … Continued

Readathon Raises £1500 for NI Children’s Hospice

Sean McConnell and Sophie Woods 8B presented Mr Michael Nugent from NI Children’s Hospice with a cheque for £1500 from St. Louise’s Readathon. Both students spoke beautifully about their reading experiences and were an absolute credit. Mr Nugent expressed grateful thanks to St. Louise’s for our continued support of a much needed and underfunded charity. … Continued

P.E. Department Win Active, Fit and Sporty Awards Champion School 2020

The St Louise's P.E. Department is celebrating today as winners of the Active, Fit and Sporty Awards Champion School, 2020, presented at an award ceremony last night at the Ramada Hotel, Belfast.  A huge congratulations to the students and staff of the P.E. Department! Newsletter get news and events at our school Email* October20 Amazing … Continued

Year 12 Masterclass

Year 12 students this week were involved in Masterclasses in order to help prepare them for their Options Meeting on Thursday 12th March.  There were five different workshops ranging from a Food and Drink Masterclass to an Engineering Masterclass.  At each Masterclass, the students worked in teams to develop their ideas and make presentations back … Continued

Year 14 Students Complete Text in Performance Examination

A number of our Year 14 A’ Level Drama & Theatre students completed their Component 2 Text in Performance Exam on Thursday 6th February before the Edexcel visiting examiner and an audience of family and friends. The audience watched with pride as the students undertook acting and design roles using a variety of texts.  Year … Continued

Year 8 Students Enjoy Creative Industries Careers Day

Friday 14th February was a special day for the Year 8 students as they experienced a Careers Day which was focused on the Creative Industries sector.  Representatives from the Creative Industries sector included; Jessica Brandt Kelly – Costumer, Dancer Maria McGurk, Briege Lynch and Liam McMullan – GBL Productions, Amy Button – Construction – Women’s … Continued

Year 14 Students Complete John Paul II Award

Over the past 18 months, a group of year 14 St. Louise’s students completed the Pope John Paul II Award.  All thirteen students achieved the Gold Award. The students achieved Gold by completing a range of religious/parish activities such as welcoming parishioners, reading at Mass, helping with the offertory, writing and reading Communion reflections and … Continued

Year 10 Students Participate in Gael Linn Tráth na gCeist

On Friday 25th January 2020 4 cailíní from 10J took the journey to the Ashburn Hotel, Lurgan to compete in the Ulster Final of the Gael Linn Tráth na gCeist. Aimee Hughes, Katie McConnell, Maria McCoubrey and Rianna Savage all got to this stage after winning the Iarthar Bhéal Feirste heat in October 2019, emerging … Continued

Year 12 Careers Convention

On Thursday 30th January, Year 12 pupils attended a Careers Convention organised by the WBALC.  Students spoke with representatives from both the public and private sectors about career opportunities and various routes of progression once they finish their studies.  The students found the event engaging and informative, returning with useful advice about opportunities for further … Continued

Open Night Success

St. Louise’s College is celebrating the success of its annual Open Night, hosted on Thursday 9th January, 2020.  This was particularly unique as it was the first Open Night for St Louise’s as a Co-Educational College.  The college extended a warm welcome to parents and primary 6 and 7 pupils from various schools across Belfast, … Continued

Admissions Criteria 2020 – 2021

Attention parents of prospective year 8 students.  Please find here a copy of our Admissions Criteria.  Please read and apply carefully when completing the transfer form as it will be applied in any instance of over-subscription. Admissions Criteria 2020-2021 Newsletter get news and events at our school Email* October20 Amazing Brains – Weekly PlannersHello students … Continued

St Louise’s Host Irish News Critical Literacy Project 2020

St Louise’s College was delighted to host the launch of the Irish News Critical Literacy Project for 2020 on Wednesday 8th January.  Students from St Louise’s have been involved in the project since 2016 and have benefited immensely from the challenging and enlivening activities.  The award winning Irish News Critical Literacy Project brings an invigorating … Continued

Year 8 Caoimhin Hughes wins Ulster Boxing Championships

Year 8 student Caoimhin Hughes was victorious at the Ulster Boxing Ulster Championships on 1st December as he was crowned Champion of Ulster at the competition held in Shantallow.  St Louie’s is very proud of Caoimhin and we know he has a bright future ahead in the sport, congratulations Caoimhin! Newsletter get news and events … Continued

Commonwealth Sport Northern Ireland young delegate Aaron Smith shines at Sporting Chance Forum

A delegation from Commonwealth Sport Northern Ireland has returned from the 2019 Sporting Chance Forum which took place at the United Nations headquarters in Geneva. Hosted by the Centre for Sport and Human Rights, the conference brought together representatives from more than 60 governments, dozens of international sporting bodies, and numerous human rights organisations to … Continued

St Louise’s are Lego League Champions

Lego League Champions St Louise’s is delighted to announce that we are once again the First Lego League NI champions, for the second time now in three years.  Four Year 13 students; Rachael McCauley, Jodie McCrudden, Amy Thompson and Orla McEwan worked hard on all aspects of the competition, facilitated by Mr Devine and Mr … Continued

Senior Debating Team Shine at House of Lords

House of Lords Debate On Thursday 28th November, 10 students from St. Louise’s’ Senior Debating team, along with their teachers Mrs Morgan, Miss McCann and Miss McCartan, travelled to London where they represented Northern Ireland in the prestigious House of Lords Chamber Debate. Our students and teachers spent several weeks preparing for the debate and … Continued

Post 16 Students Volunteer at Homeless 6 Nations Football Event

Three Post 16 students were excellent ambassadors for St Louise’s last week when they volunteered at the Homeless Football 6 Nations Cup held at Olympia Stadium, Belfast. Niamh McNally (Year 13), Cara Mervyn (Year 13) and Lauren McFarlane (Year 14) assisted throughout the day and had a great experience meeting NI, Republic of Ireland, and … Continued

Primary 7 Pupils Enjoy Taster Days at St Louise’s

Primary 7 pupils from St Kevin's Primary School, Holy Trinity Primary School, St Paul's Primary School, St Teresa's Primary School and St Joseph's Slate Street enjoyed Christmas themed taster activities at St Louise's College this week.  Thank you to all of the pupils and teachers for their enthusiastic participation and we wish you all a … Continued

9D Excel in Kids’ Literature Quiz

Pictured here are students from 9D, Aimee Lynch Gillespie, Caragh Madden, Nicole Dornan, Aoife Thornton, Katie Kennedy and Cara White who were successful in the Kids’ Literature Quiz.  They competed against 27 teams from across NI and represented the school brilliantly!  Caragh Madden won a prize for her Book Wanderer’s written piece.  Congratulations to all … Continued

Dance Academy Begins Saturday 14th September 2019

Dance Academy taster sessions will be held in St Louise's on Saturday 14th September.  Year 8 is from 10.00 - 11.30 and Years 9 and 10 is from 11.30 - 1.00.  Please collect an expression of interest form from the dance department.  All new students welcome, no previous dance experience required!  We look forward to … Continued

An Historic Day For St Louise’s

St Louise’s marked an historic event today as it became a co-educational college for the first time.  Today saw the college open its doors to the first ever group of boys to enter year 8.    Principal, Miss Mary McHenry stated in her welcome to the students, “It is our absolute pleasure to welcome you boys … Continued

Students Celebrate Outstanding A’ Level Results

A' Level Results Day Celebrations St Louise's' students are celebrating today as they receive outstanding A' Level results.  Congratulations to all of our students and staff as we celebrate another year of excellent results. Newsletter get news and events at our school Email* October20 Amazing Brains – Weekly PlannersHello students and parents. Please find in … Continued

Ulster Orchestra visit St Louise’s

This morning our Year 8 students had a presentation on The Orchestra from two members of the acclaimed Ulster Orchestra, Nigel Ireland (violinist) and Gareth (double bassist).  The girls and staff had an enjoyable morning. Thank you to all participants for a very informative and enjoyable session.  

Congratulations to our Junior Camogie Team

Today our junior camogs represented the West Belfast Gaels playing in the Ulster semi-final against St Joseph’s Coalisland.  The girls put on a fantastic display of camogie, coming out victorious with a score line of 10:3 to 1:2! The girls involved were: Leah Bunting Carla Hamill Cara Nolan Casey Meighan Jodie Peoples Chloe Lennon   … Continued

Battle of Hogwarts Competition

Attention all year 8, 9 and 10 students!  Are you a Harry Potter fan?  Do you think you could test your knowledge of Harry Potter in our ‘Battle of Hogwarts’ competition?  You need to write a letter to J.K. Rowling by Thursday 16th May, please ask your English teacher for more information.  Mrs Finnegan has … Continued

Creative Writing Competition Success

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 … Continued

Year 8 Walk At Belvoir In Aid Of MS

Congratulations to our Year 8 students and staff who took part in a walk at Belvoir Forest Park on Thursday 2nd May in aid of Action MS.  No doubt our generous students will raise a great amount of money for the very worthy charity.  We will update you later with the final total. Newsletter get news and events at … Continued

Congratulations to 9B Accelerated Reader Champions

Congratulations to 9B pictured on becoming this month’s Accelerated Reader champions!  Please students remember to keep reading and quizzing to improve your reading and maybe you could become the next Accelerated Reader champions.  Please also find attached our step by step guide on how to write a book review on Eclipse.  Please take time to write a … Continued

9K Geography Class Study Single Use Plastic

Single-use plastic is not so fantastic! The Issue Single-use plastics represent the essence of today’s throwaway culture. Shockingly, we have produced more plastic in the last 10 years than during the whole of the last century! The UN defines single-use plastic as plastic “items intended to be used only once before they are thrown away … Continued

St Louise’s Dance Showcase at Lagan Valley Island

New Beginnings The St. Louise’s Dance department are delighted to be hosting our annual showcase ‘New Beginnings’ at the Island Hall Theatre on Thursday 2nd May 2019 at 7.30pm.   The evening will premiere a selection of contemporary works from our talented ‘Sixth Sense’ and ‘Contemporary Steps’ student companies alongside new works from the Dance Academy.  … Continued

Numeracy & Literacy Parent Workshop

We cordially invite you to attend a workshop designed to provide you with strategies which you can use to help support the development of your daughter’s literacy and numeracy skills.

Year 10 Careers Week

As you are aware Year 10 is an extremely important year for daughter and will have serious implications on your daughter’s future career. Our Head of Careers Mrs Lismore, in partnership with the Year 10 Team have organised a programme of events to help support your daughter in making informed choices about her future career pathway and subject choices.

Proposal for St Louise’s to become co-educational

The Development Proposal for St Louise’s to become co-educational from Year 8 will be implemented in September 2019.  Please download and read the attached documents and do not hesitate to contact the school if you require any further information.

Ulster Youth Choir

The girls had a great afternoon working with Andrew Nunn the new Artist Director of the Ulster Youth Choir.

Soccer Success

Congratulations to the St Louise’s Girls’ Soccer team who were very successful today and won the Belfast heats of the 11 a side tournament.

St Louise’s win ‘Most Promising Choir’ at City of Derry International Choir Festival

A group of 30 St Louise’s students from years 8 to 14 travelled to Derry last week to participate in the City of Derry International Choir Festival.

St Louise’s Celebrates its Diamond Jubilee

St Louise’s College is celebrating its 60th Anniversary this year. Mass was held to commemorate the prestigious college’s Diamond Jubilee at St Peter’s Cathedral on Thursday 13 September.

Learning Doesn’t End in the Classroom

At Texthelp, we want to ensure that every student has the essential literacy skills to read, write, and communicate with confidence and independence.

October20

Amazing Brains – Weekly Planners

Hello students and parents. Please find in the links below a copy of the Amazing Brains Weekly Planner to help you plan for study and leisure during the mid-term break. Please also find a video tutorial for parents on how to use the planners Planner Parent Video

October20

Important Update from CCEA – Science Examination

Dear parents and students, please find in the link below an important update from CCEA regarding scheduled November Science examination https://ccea.org.uk/news/2020/october/november-2020-examinations-series-delayed-2-weeks Read More »

October18

Important Update from Miss McHenry

Dear parents and students. Please find in the link below an important update from Miss McHenry Read More »

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