Healthy Eating Week at St Paul’s

Starting from Monday 22 May, St Paul’s is asking all staff and students to eat a healthy breakfast. Students can ask their parents and family members to become involved. Share your wonderful breakfast ideas and photos with St Paul’s twitter and Facebook accounts. See the poster below for more information.

Events, Home Economics, News, Staff, Students

Year 9 student Caoimhe Larkin wins ‘The Big St Paul’s Bake Off’

Winner of ‘The Big St Paul’s Bake Off’, Caoimhe Larkin is presented with her prize by Mrs Eileen Fearon, Board of Governors Chairperson.  On Wednesday 3 May 2017, The Big St Paul’s Bake Off Final took place, with Year 9 student Caoimhe Larkin picking up the ‘Star Baker’ award. Over the Easter break, students were […]

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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 […]

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Jamie Oliver live cook along at St Paul’s

  The Home Economics Department at St Paul’s High School, Bessbrook was involved in a very exciting event on Friday 16th May. In the morning Year 8 students enjoyed a cook along session with representatives from local business Deli-Lites, and in the afternoon students were involved in a live cook along with Jamie Oliver. The event was […]

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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 […]

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Essay success for St Paul’s students

Year 12 and 13 students recently participated in an essay writing competition organised by University of Ulster.  The students were invited to discuss an area of ethical interest in science. We are delighted to announce that a number of the students received a certificate in recognition of their essay writing and also have been invited […]

Home Economics, News, Science, Students, Success

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