Business Awards success for St Paul’s

 Mrs Úna McNulty, Vice-Principal, Mr Martin Canavan, Link Teacher and Mrs Julie Simpson pictured with individual prize winners from St Paul’s at the Training for Business awards Pupils from St Paul’s pictured at the Training for Business awards ceremony along with Mrs Úna McNulty Vice Principal, Mrs Bernie Rocks, Training for Business, and other St Paul’s […]

Announcements, News, Vocational Education

“Challenge of Change” Project

On Wednesday 19th March a group of students and staff from St Paul’s High School, travelled to Kirovsk in the Murmansk region of Northern Russia to establish a new school twinning programme and for the launch of the “Challenge of Change” project. The link between the two schools was originally initiated by a Newry and […]

Announcements, International Projects, News, Russia 2014

Boost for St Paul’s Special Olympians

The staff from St Paul’s Learning Support Centre recently held a raffle and a quiz night in Quinn’s Lounge in Camlough – and raised the incredible sum of £1427.50. The money will be used to help the Special Olympians from St Paul’s who will be taking part in the Special Olympics in June. We wish our Olympians […]

Announcements, Charity, Fundraising, Learning Support Centre, Success

SRC success for Laura and Caelian

Laura and Caelian are pictured with Principal, Mr Jarlath Burns and their form teacher, Mr Paddy McAvoy. Congratulations to Laura Clark and Caelian Mc Parland of 12/73 who received their Occupational Studies Certificates at the Southern Regional College presentation ceremony recently.

Announcements, Learning Support Centre, Students

SRC Awards Success for St Paul’s

Overall best pupil from St Paul’s, Nicole Bradley, pictured with the best pupils from other schools. Aislinn O’Hagan (Best pupil in Beauty) and Ciara Goss (Best pupil in Catering) pictured with best pupils from other schools. All St Paul’s SRC certificate winners pictured with Principal, Mr Jarlath Burns, Mr Paddy McAvoy and Mr Martin Canavan.

Announcements, News, Occupational Studies, Students, Success

LSC Success at Special Olympics Swimming Gala

Students from the LSC succeed at the Special Olympics swimming gala. Congratulations to all three competitors from 10/47 who won medals at the Special Olympics Swimming Gala held in Bangor at the weekend. Oisin Mee came home with 2 gold medals in freestyle and backstroke. Aodhan Doran won his first ever gold medal in the […]

Announcements, Competitions, Learning Support Centre, Students, Success

Cool FM brings important road safety message to St Paul’s

In conjunction with the Department of the Environment, hit radio station Cool FM visited St Paul’s as an extension of the Year 8 pastoral programme. Students in classes 08/71 and 08/48 were invited to participate in the Road Safety Workshop and discuss ‘distractions’ on the road.  They worked together in groups discussing possible distractions, suggesting […]

Announcements, News, Road Safety, Students, Year 8

Rachael and Cloideach are inspirations to us all

On Sunday 27 April Rachael Sands and Cloideach Rafferty (a loyal friend), the daredevils, abseiled down the Europa Hotel Belfast for Northern Ireland Cancer fund for Children. The two friends raised over £700 for the charity that day. Rachael has managed to battle cancer twice already in her young life and truly is an inspiration to […]

Announcements, Charity, Fundraising, Hospice, News, Students

Internet Safety Workshop for Year 9

Year 9 pupils recently took part in an Internet Safety Workshop in school as a follow up to Safer Internet Day held earlier in the year. Pupils were given the opportunity to increase their awareness of online issues they may face that may endanger their lives. REIM Training Solutions, a local based company, focused on […]

Announcements, Events, ICT, Internet Safety, Students

AS Home Economics debating success

Recently the AS Home Economics students have been involved in a programme organised by the University of Ulster, Jordanstown called Ethics4schools. The programme was aimed at making pupils think and evaluate some controversial topics in science such as: • “Should genetically modified animals be used for food production?” • “Should vaccination be mandatory?”; • “Should […]

Announcements, Home Economics, News, Students, Success

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