Recently, staff and pupils from St. Patrick’s College Dungannon were invited for a civic reception to the Mid-Ulster Council Offices to celebrate the achievement of being awarded Level 2 status as a Rights Respecting School by UNICEF.
The Business Studies Students from St. Mark's High School organised a very successful fashion show for the charity, Cancer Fund for Children before Christmas.
As Year 10 students prepare to choose their GCSE subjects, St. Mark's High School, organised a STEAM (Science, Technology, English, Art and Maths) Careers event as part of the school's focus on CEIAG (Careers Education Information and Guidance).
Pupils and staff from St Teresa’s Primary School were joined by the Minister of Education, John O’Dowd and other special guests to mark the official opening of the new building at Tarry Lane.
On 12th October 2015 I sent away a video clip application plus a copy of my own book Hermie The Crab in The Black Lagoon that I’d written to THE LATE LATE TOY SHOW. I was really excited on Friday 23rd when I got a phone call to say that out of the 10,000 children that had applied, I was one of the lucky 40 to get picked to come for an audition.
As part of ‘Safer Internet Day 2016’, Mrs Noreen Kelly's Primary 7 class of 32 children from St Dallan's Primary School, Warrenpoint, entered a film competition for schools, run by C2k, EATV, Capita and the Education Authority, in partnership with the Safeguarding Board for NI and UK Safer Internet Centre, based on the theme ‘Play your part for a better internet!’