St Paul’s students achieve Guinness World Record!

A group of Year 8 students from St Paul’s, together with their Science teacher Mrs T O’Hare and classroom assistant Ms McElroy, achieved a Guinness World Record at the Odyssey Arena, Belfast, on Tuesday 24th February. They were with Primary and Secondary school children from schools across Northern Ireland, who gathered together to take part in […]

Events, News, Science, Students, Success, Year 8

Year 10 retreat at Armagh Cathedral

On Thursday 4th June, our Year 10 group celebrated Mass with Archbishop Eamon Martin in our National Cathedral. The Year 10 retreat has now become one of the highlights of the KS3 years in St Paul’s, because it marks the end of this important stage in their lives. The ceremony given by the Archbishop was […]

Events, News, Religion, Students

Two Year 13 students ‘Banking on the Future’

Congratulations to Year 13 students Jack Mallon (left) and Gerard McCann (right) who have secured two places on the Co-operation Ireland ‘Banking on the Future’ Programme. Banking on the Future will take place in Dublin, based at the US Embassy and then in Morgan Stanley’s London office in Canary Wharf, from Tuesday 28th April until […]

Careers, Events, News, Students, Year 13

Year 14 students raise a whopping £5320!

As part of their coursework, Year 14 Physical Education students organised a Santa Run to raise much needed funds for St Paul’s International Projects. They also organised a Pitch and Putt Classic that took place at Cloghogue Pitch and Putt, Newry. All proceeds from this event went to the ‘Kevin Bell Repatriation Trust’. Between both […]

Events, Fundraising, International Projects, News, Staff, Students, Year 14

Year 12 or Year 13 student interested in studying at Ulster University?

Ulster University is holding a Parents Information Event for parents and guardians of Year 12 and Year 13 students on Saturday 25th April. This event provides an excellent opportunity to find out about applying to university, including: – Course options – The UCAS application process – Employability of Ulster graduates – Student finance – Campus […]

Careers, Events, News, Students

24 Hour Spinathon a massive success!

Spinning on a bicycle for more than twenty minutes is a challenge for most people, but what about keeping it going for twenty-four hours?  Well, that was the challenge undertaken by the pupils, staff, parents and community of St Paul’s in a huge whole-school effort to raise awareness and much needed funds for local cancer […]

Charity, Events, Fundraising, News, Staff, Students, Success

Seachtain na Gaeilge 2015

Over the month of March, a host of activities for pupils of all ages to highlight Seachtain na Gaeilge and to promote our Irish language and culture throughout St Paul’s were organised. Year 8s competed in a poster competition and had a chance to gain a cúpla focal badge to show their achievement in Irish […]

Events, Gaeilge, News, Seachtain na Gaeilge, Staff, Students

Jollyes visit St Paul’s Science Club

On the final week of the Science Club, the Wizards welcomed Jollyes Pet Superstore. The pupils really enjoyed learning about all of the different animals. They got to see and handle rabbits, lizards, guinea pigs and budgies. This was a great experience for the students. We would like to thank Jollyes for taking the time […]

Events, News, Science, Students, Visits

St Paul’s students hit the high notes at Spring Concert

St Patrick’s Cathedral, Armagh was the auspicious location for this year’s Spring Concert.  The event, which is always a highlight in the school calendar, showcased the incredible musical and choral talent at St Paul’s High School. Director of Music at St Paul’s, Mr Colm Murphy, introduced a packed programme of recitals, ensemble performances, and choral […]

Choir, Events, Music, News, Orchestra, Spring Concert, Staff, Students, Success

Post 16 Information Session for Year 12 Students

A Post 16 Information Session for Year 12 students and their parents took place recently. The event aimed to assist students to make informed decisions about their Post 16 options. Students had the opportunity to talk to Post 16 teachers and students about the range of subjects on offer in St Paul’s. Also in attendance […]

Events, News, Post 16, Students

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