Strictly Come Jigging 2013

Once again the staff and students of St Paul’s combined their many talents to present a fantastic evening of dance for the wider school community.  ‘Strictly Come Jigging’ paired pupils and their teachers to perform on stage and raise as much money as possible for St Paul’s International Projects. Congratulations to the hardworking participants who managed […]

Announcements, Events, International Projects, News, Staff, Strictly Come Jigging, Students

Santa Run 2013!

Congratulations to the boys and girls in Year 13, and to their teachers who raised a whopping £1200 for St Paul’s International Projects by completing the annual dash to Camlough from the gates of the school – and back! Well done to Shane Conlon who was the first student Santa back across the line, and to Mr […]

Announcements, Events, International Projects, News, Staff, Students

Newry Gateway welcome in Christmas at St Paul’s

On Thursday 5th December, members of the Gateway Club in Newry, had their Annual Christmas Party at St Paul’s High School. Organised by class 12/73, and their irrepresible form teacher, Mr Paddy McAvoy, this was a very successful and enjoyable night, with over a hundred people in attendance. Our school caretaker Mr Kevin Kearney supplied […]

Announcements, Events, Learning Support Centre, News

Cool FM workshop at St Paul’s

Year 8 students from Newry High School and St Paul’s High School took part in the Challenge of Change and Cool FM workshop on cultural diversity on Wednesday 27th November. Two successful students Culann Boyle and Aoibheann Smith impressed Sonia Mac and have been chosen to go to the Cool FM studios to record a […]

Announcements, News, Students

Success for former 12/73 pupils

Congratulations to former 12/73 pupils Mark Treanor and Joshua Norton who were both presented with Endeavour Awards at the year 12 Prize giving last Tuesday. Joshua also received the St. Brigid’s Cup for his outstanding achievements during his time in St Paul’s.

Announcements, Learning Support Centre, News, Students, Success

Success at GCSE rewarded at St Paul’s

Students who completed their GCSE examinations this summer had their success rewarded at a special prizegiving ceremony held at St Paul’s High School last Tuesday. Mr Tohiln Murney congratulated the students on their tremendous successes and wished them luck in their post-16 studies. Principal Mr Oliver Mooney, paid tribute to the hard work, dedication and commitment […]

Announcements, Exams Success, News, Prizegiving, Students, Success

History students in local democracy debate

Year 12 History student Niamh Cluett writes about an opportunity she and her classmates had to engage in local democracy. I was chosen with Conor and Luc from my History class to enter a debating team raising issues about whether Newry and Mourne is an age friendly society – that is a society fit to […]

Announcements, History, News, Students

Downs Syndrome Association benefits from generosity of St Paul’s students

Katie Royle of the Downs Syndrome association returned for her annual trip to St. Paul’s. The Year 14 students presented a donation of £100 to the Downs Syndrome association as a mark of their appreciation for her support last year. Katie then went on to give a talk of the effects of having a Downs […]

Announcements, Fundraising, News, Students

St Paul’s students say ‘No’ to Cyber Bullying

As part of Anti-Bullying week, which ran from 18-22 November, the Senior Prefect Team at St Paul’s launched their Anti-Cyber bullying campaign. The Senior Prefects chose to focus on cyber bullying in particular because they felt it is a type of bullying that affects many young people today. They discovered in their research that there has […]

Announcements, Cyber bullying, News, Students

Holocaust recollections for St Paul’s students

Year 10 student Orla Garvey writes about a recent visit to Bagnell’s castle, where she and her classmates met Holocaust survivor Joanna Millen. Myself and four classmates, along with our friends in Newtownhamilton High School, travelled to Bagnell’s Castle to meet a lady who survived the Holocaust.  Joanna Millen had spent the first three years […]

Announcements, History, News, Students

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