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

St Paul’s BBC School Report team!

Pictured above is the St Paul’s BBC School Report team.  BBC News School Report gives 11-16 year-old students across the UK the opportunity to research and produce their own news reports for a real audience. Last year, more than 1000 schools across the UK took part in this diversity award-winning project. Students reported on a […]

BBC School Report, News, Students

Students selected for 2016 International Projects!

Recently, 42 students from Year 13 have been selected to travel to Romania or Kenya in January 2016 for this year’s International Projects. The students have been issued with a massive fundraising task and will be out on the streets collecting money, running the roads, cooking, baking, dancing and all sorts of fun activities that […]

Events, International Projects, Kenya 2016, News, Romania 2016, Students

Agriculture Pupils Receive Egg Incubator

Pupils in South Armagh have recently benefited from the donation of an automatic egg incubator from the Poultry Industry Education Trust. The gift was organised by PIET Trustee, Mr Basil Bayne. The incubator will enrich the learning experiences of the pupils while also providing some fun during GCSE Agriculture and Land Use lessons. GCSE Agriculture […]

Events, News, Students

‘Giving is Living’ Blood Drive at St Paul’s

On Tuesday 10 November, St Paul’s held, what has now become their annual “Giving is Living” Blood Drive. Ryan Cinnamond is the inspiration of the campaign and recent past pupil, Emma Martin, worked hard to launch the campaign with the assistance of staff and other students in the school. The support from the senior students […]

Blood Transfusion, News, Students, Success

Interested in being a Journalist, Reporter, Video Editor or TV Engineer?

Have you always wanted to be a journalist, reporter, video editor or TV engineer? Well now you have the chance to take part in the BBC News School Report. Just pick up an application form from Mrs Morgan, Librarian to start the process. You will learn new skills and get an insight into what it […]

BBC School Report, News, Students

Find out more about our two Head Boys and two Head Girls

Head Boys and Head Girls Pictured above L-R, Aaron Cinnamond, Ellen Daly, Karen Murphy and Jack Mallon.  Every academic year St Paul’s offers an opportunity to students in Year 14 to join the Senior Leadership Team. Four of the successful candidates will also be put forward by their peers and staff members for the position […]

Head Boy & Head Girl, News, Students, Year 14

Engineering Parents’ Evening at Queen’s University

Is your son/ daughter studying or considering studying A-Level Mathematics and Science/Technology (or equivalent qualifications)? If so, we would like to invite you to our Engineering Parents’ Evening. Engineering Parents’ Evening, Whitla Hall, Queen’s University Belfast – Thursday 5 November 2015, 7.00pm- 9.30pm. (Please aim to arrive by 6.45pm, as event will commence promptly at […]

Careers, Events, News, Students

John Paul II Awards Programme launched at St Paul’s

On Friday 16 October, Dermot Kelly from the Armagh Diocesan Youth Commission visited St Paul’s to launch the 2015/16 John Paul II Awards programme. This award, which was created to commemorate the late Pope John Paul II, allows young people to understand that religion and faith are not just for learning, nor are they a list […]

John Paul Award, News, Religion, Students, Year 13

Year 8 students participate in Anti Bullying Workshops

Lee Kane (NI Anti Bullying Forum) is pictured with four Year 8 students who enjoyed his Anti-Bullying workshop.  On Tuesday 20th October, Year 8 classes participated in anti bullying workshops. These were delivered by Lee Kane from the NI Anti Bullying Forum, with a focus on getting pupils to understand what constitutes bullying and how […]

Anti Bullying, News, Students, Year 8

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