to Nov 19

Spanish Department Trip to Seville.

Spanish Department Trip to Seville.


37 students will be travelling to Seville on Sunday 12th of November accompanied by Mrs Morton, Mrs Fitzsimons and Mrs McAllister. The duration of the trip will be a full week. The students will be studying Spanish at the Instituto San Fernando,  a specialist school for foreigners where they will have the opportunity not only to visit the most important monuments and sites of the area but also to improve their language skills in their daily interaction with the local people.

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5:30 PM17:30

Parent and Daughter Cookery classes

The will commence this month. The dates for this will be Wednesday 22nd and 29th of November and 6th of December 2015. The classes will start at 5.30pm and finish at approximately 7.15pm. If you are interested in attending, please sign and return the letter with your daughter to the Home Economics department. Places are limited and will be allocated on a first come, first served basis. We look forward to seeing you there.

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6:30 PM18:30

Social Work Information Evening

Queen’s University Belfast

School of Social Sciences, Education and Social Work


Is your son/daughter thinking of applying to Social Work for 2018 entry?

Do they have lots of questions about the Social Work application process?

Do they want to find out more about what Social Work involves?

Come and talk to out internationally recognised, award winning staff and current students and find out all about it at our upcoming event: 

Social Work Information Evening

Wednesday 15 November 2017, 6.30pm-8.00pm (Whitla Hall, Queen’s University)

Find out more about the event and register online at:


Interested in studying social work at @QUBelfast in 2018? Information evening 15 Nov – book now @QUBSSESW #LoveQUB


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7:00 PM19:00

Parent Workshop

We would like to invite all our parents to a workshop entitled;



Developing a Growth Mindset –

 Practising good Study Skills.’


This will be held on Thursday 19th October at 7pm in the School Study Hall.

The workshop will last approximately 60 minutes and will be delivered by:

 Mr McArdle (Science), Miss Richards (Languages), Dr Rainey (Maths) and Ms McNulty (English, History and Geography).


Teachers will give advice on how to support your daughter in these different areas of the curriculum.


There will be light refreshments on arrival and a chance to ask any questions afterwards.


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8:30 AM08:30




The month of the Holy Rosary is October and this entire month is dedicated to the Rosary.

In the RE department we will be teaching pupils how to pray the Rosary and encouraging them to pray it every day.


On Thursday mornings at 8.30 the Rosary will be said in RE1 (Mrs Wilson’s room) The senior liturgy group will be leading this.

I would be grateful if tutors could encourage their classes to attend.


All staff are very welcome to attend.


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10:00 AM10:00

Parent Workshop on Mental Health

26th April 2017





As part of a whole school approach to continue to support positive mental health,

we are hosting an event for parents on:


Thursday 4th May at 7 pm in the Study Hall.


Cherith Edgar from ‘MensSana’ (the Action Mental Health organisation) will present a workshop to help parents support their children with stress and coping, entitled ‘ Managing Your Inner Critic’.

This should last approximately 60 minutes.


There will also be an opportunity to meet representatives from other organisations such as:

CAUSE, Praxis Care, Lighthouse and Parenting NI.


These groups support all ages in promoting mental health and wellbeing.


Cherith presented a workshop for parents last year on ‘Provoking Thought’

to raise mental health awareness.

This was well attended by many parents who found the session very useful and

commented on the excellent content and presentation.



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12:00 PM12:00

Parent Workshop on How to Support Your Daughter as An Independent Learner

A Parents’ workshop will be held in the school on Monday 6th March 2017 at 7.00pm entitled, ‘ How to support your daughter as an independent learner.’

This will be delivered by members of our teaching staff who will focus on specific subject areas such as English and Humanities, Maths, Science and Languages. The evening should last approximately one hour. All parents are very welcome to attend and light refreshments will be provided on arrival.

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1:30 PM13:30

Table Quiz

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