St Paul’s Achieve STEM Certificate

STEM is a curriculum based on the idea of educating students in four specific disciplines — science, technology, engineering and mathematics. St Paul’s have been awarded a Certificate to acknowledge the hard work in promoting STEM through our curriculum.

News, STEM, Success

Irish Dancing success for St Paul’s students!

Principal Mr Jarlath Burns pictured with Aine Malone, Thomas Armstrong and Gareth O’Connor. Principal, Mr Jarlath Burns took time out this week to catch up with St Paul’s High School’s recent Irish Dancing Champions. Year 14 student, Aine Malone was again crowned Under 18 Ladies An Comhdháil World Champion at the Waterfront Hall in Belfast, […]

Events, News, Sport, Students, Success

Second Year Footballers win Irish News Cup

St Paul’s celebrate after winning the Danske Bank Ulster Colleges Irish News Cup. Danske Bank Irish News Cup Final from Kevin Kelly for Irish News St Paul’s Bessbrook 8-18 St Ciaran’s Ballgawley 0-6 A powered packed display from St Paul’s Bessbrook saw them emerge emphatic winners over St Ciaran’s Ballygawley in the Danske Bank Irish […]

Gaelic Football, News, Sport, Students, Success

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 […]

Events, Home Economics, News, Students, Success

Students hit the high notes at annual Spring Concert

On Wednesday 12 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 […]

Music, News, Spring Concert, Students, Success

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

Bronze Medal for Chloe at All Ireland in Dublin

Year 8 student Chloe Cunningham is pictured with the bronze medal Chloe recently travelled to Dublin to take part in the Taekwondo All Ireland Championships and was superb on the day, coming third place and receiving a bronze medal.  Well Done Chloe. 

News, Sport, Students, Success

All Ireland Scor Ceili Dancing success for St Paul’s students!

Principal Mr Jarlath Burns congratulates the All Ireland winning Scor Ceili Dancing team from St Killian’s, Whitecross. Seven of the eight competitors are pupils at St Paul’s. Speaking last Friday, Mr Burns congratulated the girls on their outstanding performance and said the whole school community wished to participate in the success of the team because […]

News, Students, Success

‘Best Director’ and ‘Audience Award’ for Year 14 student!

Pictured above is Year 14 student John Reavey with both awards. Congratulations to Year 14 student, John Reavey,  winner of both ‘Best Director‘ and ‘Audience Award‘ for his short film that was part of his AS Level coursework.  John picked up two out of the three awards available in his category and was recently presented with […]

A Level, News, Students, Success, Year 13, Year 14

Chloe wins Lions Youth Award Cup

Pictured above is Chloe Collins Farrell with the Lions Youth Award Cup. Year 14 student Chloe Collins Farrell was recently awarded the Lions Youth Award Cup and a £250 bursary to help with her project.  Chloe will know go forward to represent Newry in the All-Ireland Final in Dublin next month, with the winner getting […]

News, Students, Success

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