St Paul’s partners Newry Democrat for 50th anniversary celebrations

St Paul’s is proud to be collaborating with the Newry Democrat on an exciting school newspaper project as part of the 50th anniversary celebrations.  The special pull-out will include many memories, interviews with past pupils, some old pictures and even a copy of the schools first register.  The current pupils aren’t forgotten either as they […]

Announcements, Events, News, Students

Diocesan Faith Awards for St Paul’s students!

Front row L-R: Cliodhna Toal, Tara Clarke, Archbishop Eamon Martin, Hannah Babe, Aine Malone. Back row L-R: Fr Dermot, Ellen Loughran, Matthew McLoughlin, Mrs Graham.  On Tuesday 21 March, 2017 , hundreds of people both young and old flocked to St Patrick’s Cathedral, Armagh for the Diocesan Faith Award Ceremony. This event, celebrated by Archbishop […]

Events, John Paul Award, News, Students

St Paul’s Pilgrimage to Lourdes 2017

St Paul’s Pilgrimage to Lourdes 2017, will take place from 1 July – 6 July.  Those wishing to travel to Lourdes on St Paul’s Pilgrimage can book by leaving their name and €100 deposit with Fr Dermot or Yasmin at the school reception.  For further details, please contact either Fr Dermot or Yasmin at St Paul’s, […]

Events, Lourdes, News, Students

Charity Spinathon at St Paul’s

Charity, Events, News, Students

Science Week at St Paul’s

In order to celebrate science week, Year 8 pupils were asked to build a model cell. From a very impressive set of entries, the winners of this competition were: Anna McCabe and Katie Crimmins from 08/67 Abbi Mae McDonnell and Leah Warner from 08/52 Year 9 pupils produced models of Rockets. The winners of this […]

Events, News, Science, Students, Success

Andy Haldane, Chief Economist of Bank of England visits St Paul’s

Tuesday 28 February 2017 was a very special day in St Paul’s. The Business Studies Department was honoured to host a very prestigious event, the visit of Andy Haldane, Chief Economist and Executive Director for Monetary Analysis, Research and Statistics, and a member of the Monetary Policy Committee. Andy, who has responsibility for research and […]

Business Studies, Events, News, Students, Visits

Post 16 Information Session at St Paul’s

Post 16 Information Session will take place on Monday 13 March, 3.30pm to 5.30pm.  The session will take place in the school gym and assembly hall, and is for pupils and their parents interested in starting Year 13 study in September 2017. Click here to view our Post 16 Information page. 

Careers, Events, News, Students, Subject Choice - Post 16

Golden Celebrations at St Paul’s

Archbishop Eamon Martin, Archbishop of Armagh and Primate of All-Ireland who was the Main Celebrant at the Golden Jubilee Mass of Thanksgiving at St Paul’s, pictured with Principal, Mr Jarlath Burns and members of the Board of Governors: Mr Damien McKenna, Mr Ciaran Mackin (Vice-chair of Governors), Fr Dermot (Chaplain), Ms Donna Sloan, Mrs Eileen […]

Events, News, Staff, Students

Find out how #TeamRomania are getting on!

Each year, students and staff from St Paul’s High School visit hospitals and orphanages in Romania. The current group of students left to visit Romania on Saturday 28 January 2017.  This year’s group are travelling along with, Mrs Bridget McConville and Mr Kevin Kearney, accompanied by students and staff from St Patrick’s College, Dungannon and […]

Events, International Projects, News, Romania 2017, Students

St Paul’s students shortlisted as finalists in the SUBWAY® brand’s business studies initiative

Pictured above is students Sarah Mallon and Niamh Kelly along with Business Studies teacher Mr Gary McKinley.  A team of students from St Paul’s has been announced as finalists in the SUBWAY® brand’s Design a Sub challenge. The competition challenged budding entrepreneurs to design and market a brand new 6-inch Sub or flatbread, based on […]

Business Studies, Events, News, Students

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