Students hit the high notes at Spring Concert

On Wednesday 20 April, St Paul’s annual Spring Concert took place in the school assembly hall. The sparkling concert featured the combined talents of the School’s Junior, Senior and Learning Support Centre and mixed Choirs, various ensembles, Ethnic percussion groups, Orchestra, Pathways and Traditional Groups. Well Done to the Music Department and all involved in […]

Events, Music, News, Spring Concert, Students

Learning Support Centre receive kindly donation for iPads

Pictured above is Mrs Brenda McCreesh presenting a cheque to the value of £5000 to St Paul’s Learning Support Centre class 10/47.  Also in the picture is Vice-principal Mr Dáithí Murray and Head of Department Mr Paddy McAvoy. 

Events, Learning Support Centre, News, Students

Sixth annual Armagh Diocesan Faith Award Ceremony

On Tuesday, 15th March 2016, a huge crowd attended St Patrick’s Cathedral, Armagh for the annual Armagh Diocesan Faith Award Ceremony. This event was celebrated by Archbishop Eamon Martin and Dean Colum Curry. This year over 300 young people attended to be presented with their awards, namely the Muiredach Cross Award and the Pope John […]

Events, John Paul Award, News, Students

24 Hour Spinathon Launched at St Paul’s

St Paul’s BBC School Report team, Paul Mc Keown and Johnny Hanratty (Crossmaglen Rangers), Event Organisers, teachers at St Paul’s and Jenay Doyle (Community Fundraising Officer for the Northern Ireland Children’s Hospice) come together to launch the 2nd Annual ’24 Hour Spinathon’. The 2nd Annual ’24 Hour Spinathon’ will take place in the pupil foyer […]

BBC School Report, Charity, Events, Fundraising, News, Sport, Students

Annual ‘Best Ball’ Tournament at St Paul’s

Primary school pupils from both Kingsmills and St Peter’s Cloughreagh visited St Paul’s for the second annual ‘Best Ball’ tournament on Thursday the 3rd of Marh, 2016. The BestBall programme, now in its second year, is a cross curricular initiative being run by the school as part of the Shared Education Programme. This a very […]

Events, News, Sport, Students

Careers Week – Post 16 Subject Choice

It’s Careers Week at St Paul’s this week and next Monday we’re hosting an Information Session for Parents and students in Year 12, to give advice and guidance on the range of Post-16 options available. This session takes place on Monday 14th March from 3.30 p.m. – 5.30 p.m. Watch our video interviews with students […]

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

St Paul’s take part in Shared Education Project

As part of the Shared Education Signature Project (SESP) students from local schools were invited for a day’s learning at Newry High School. The SESP encourages schools to make collaborations with schools from other sectors an integral part of school life thereby creating enhanced educational and personal development opportunities for everyone involved. This visit saw […]

Events, Local Schools, Newry High School, News, Newtownhamilton High School, SEP, SESP, St Joseph's Crossmaglen, Students

Annual Interview Skills Day at St Paul’s

Our annual Year 14 Interview Skills Day took place recently, with all students attending a ‘Success Skills’ preparation for interview training session which was facilitated by Young Enterprise Northern Ireland. Students then had the opportunity to participate in mock interview sessions which were conducted by a wide range of our partners from industry and education. […]

Careers, Events, News, Students

Conor stars for Ulster Wheelchair Hurlers!

*Picture from Ulster GAA (www.ulstergaa.ie) Year 14 student Conor Browne was part of the Ulster GAA Wheelchair Hurling team that won the All-Ireland League and Championship. Having recently won the league, Conor was part of the Ulster team that travelled to Dublin on Saturday 12 December to take part in the All-Ireland Interprovincial Competition, were the […]

Events, News, Sport, Students, Success

LMC Cookery Demonstration at St Paul’s

Recently, St Paul’s Home Economics Department hosted a cookery demonstration from the ‘Livestock and Meat Commission’. LMC representative Mrs Margaret Anderson spoke to a number of Year 10 and Year 11 pupils about using local meat products, outlining their benefits to both individuals and the local community. She then talked about new and exciting ways […]

Events, Home Economics, News, Students

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