The Art Department recently ran a poster competition for Years 8, 9 and 10. The theme was Be Strong Online and the students designed posters with helpful tips on how to safely use the internet and what the potential dangers are. The posters produced were finished to a very high standard and first, second and third was awarded to each year group. The winners were: Year 8 - Anna O'Kane (1st), Enya Conlon (2nd) and Grace Ward (3rd) Year 9 - Niamh Mahon (1st), Moya O'Kane (2nd) a
This year's Catholic Caring Campaign has been a huge success! Each tutor group was responsible for buying gifts and providing a hamper for a local family. We are so proud of our students for being so generous and making such an effort with the campaign. The prefect team collected the hampers and gifts and put them all on display in the foyer before they were collected.
Last week, members of the KS3 Student Council met with Mrs Hamilton, Dr Donnelly and Mrs Magee to discuss various issues including uniform, buses, clubs and the weight of school bags. This week, Year 11/12 and L6/U6 Student Council reps and Communication Officers met with Mrs Hamilton, Dr Donnelly, Mrs Lavery and Mrs Magee to talk about recycling, the pastoral curriculum, GCSE and A level subjects and mental health.
Congratulations to Year 10 students Abbie Burns, Eva Kearney, Sarah McCrory and Niamh Williams who attended the QUB School-University Partnership Initiative finals and won 1st place in the South Belfast Area Learning Community against 7 other schools. They were also placed 2nd in the overall NI Learning Area Community! Well done girls, this is a fantastic achievement!