Citizenship and Shared Education

As part of our Shared Education programme with Friends' School Lisburn, 10E visited Stormont today as part of their Citizenship module.  As well as taking part in a debate in the main chamber about abolishing school uniform, the students were very lucky to have MLA Robbie Butler call in for a Q&A session.  Following lunch, the students created their own political parties and presented their manifestos - perhaps the 'Folks on the Hill' could get a little inspiration.



Shakespeare Festival 2018

Shakespeare Festival 2018
Congratulations to all the Year 10 pupils who participated in the Shakespeare Festival on Friday 22nd June and a big thank you to our wonderful adjudicator and past pupil, Paula McFetridge. Special congratulations to 10A who won best overall production for “Romeo and Juliet”!

The West Belfast Food Bank needs urgent supplies

Could you both publicise through twitter/facebook and the website the food appeal?


The West Belfast Food Bank needs urgent supplies. We are hoping to collect as much food as possible over the next few days on behalf of St Dominic's.  We would ask pupils and staff to contribute to this worthy cause.


Anything you would put in a hamper would be great but they have said they especially need


Tinned meat and vegetables






All donations can be left in H1 with Miss Byrne from Tuesday 26th June.

Liberty IT Coding Day – Friday 15th June

Liberty IT Coding Day – Friday 15th June


16 of our year 9s enjoyed a ½ day on App Inventor with Mrs Mulholland, Mr Parker and Jonny and Gemma from Liberty IT.

They worked from 9am to 12.30 creating their own apps and testing them on Android devices.

Part 2 of the project will involve a day trip to Liberty IT where they will take part in a mini Hackathon.

Scottish Ballet: Congratulations Niamh Lynch

Niamh Lynch 8B, went for an audition last month to Glasgow for the Scottish Ballet mid associate Program. This program involves professional training in classical ballet, conditioning, pointe work and contemporary dance.

Out of a large number of auditionees, she was offered a place in September, which involves travelling to Glasgow on 2 or 3 Saturdays each month for lessons.

We are delighted with her achievement!