St Paul’s U18s reach MacCormack Final!

Pictured above is the St Paul’s MacRory team before their game against St Colman’s College, Newry.  St Paul’s are into their second MacCormack Cup Final in only their third year in the MacRory Cup. With three wins and a draw in their previous four games, St Paul’s went into the final group game against St Colman’s College, Newry […]

Gaelic Football, MacCormack, MacRory, News, Sport, Students, Success

Tara picks up Lions Award

Year 14 student Tara O’Hanlon won the Newry Lions Young Ambassador of the 21st Century Award that was recently on in the Canal Court Hotel. She will now go forward to the All Ireland final. In achieving this award Tara won £250 for Newry Gateway Club where she volunteers. She has done her school proud […]

News, Post 16, Students, Success, Year 14

‘Learning about Safety in Science’ poster competition

Pictured above are Year 8 students who picked up a prize for their entry in the ‘Learning about safety in Science’ poster competition. (L-R front row) Katie Mc Ardle, Matthew Munroe, Caoimhe Mc Kenna, Ciara Reidy. (L-R Back Row) Claire Mc Kevitt, Beth Harbinson, Jamie Doran, Adam Mc Parland, Aisling Quinn. Missing from photo: Kelan Savage. […]

Competitions, News, Students, Success, Year 8

Ulster Ladies Colleges All Stars for three St Paul’s students

We are exceptionally proud of Aimée Mackin, Louise Kenny and Blaithín Mackin, who have been awarded Ulster Colleges Ladies All Stars. The three girls are the backbone of our ladies gaelic football teams and everyone in St Paul’s shares their pride in this auspicious recognition. Well done girls!

Gaelic Football, Girls Football, News, Sport, Students, Success

NI Blood Transfusion takes place at St Paul’s

Pictured above is Ryan Cinnamond, along with his brother Danny who is about to give blood. Also in the picture is Aaron Cinnamond, Emma Martin and Principal, Mr Jarlath Burns After the major success of last year’s Blood Drive at St Paul’s, the NI Blood Transfusion Service sought to run the campaign for an extended […]

Blood Transfusion, Events, News, Students, Success

Translink Bus Safety Competition

Pictured above is students James Doran, Ellen Lennon, Olivia Liddy and Ava Lennon, alongside Mr Gerry D’Arcy (Translink), Mr Alex Murphy and Mr Brendan McArdle, Head of Year 8. St Paul’s Year 8 pupils recently took part in in the Translink Bus Safety poster competition to highlight ways that pupils can help keep themselves safe […]

Competitions, News, Students, Success

Cloideach selected for True Colours Art Exhibition

Year 13 student Cloideach Rafferty has had her GCSE Art and Design examination work selected for inclusion in this year’s True Colours Exhibition held at the Ulster Museum. Needless to say that only the very best from across Northern Ireland is awarded this honour and accolade. Congratulations to Cloideach and her teacher Mrs McArdle. We spoke […]

Art, Art & Design, GCSE, News, Students, Success

‘The King and I’ wows the crowds!

Our amazing production of ‘The King and I’ has drawn to a close after a week long series of performances for local primary schools and the wider St Paul’s community. The responses from each audience have been overwhelming and we are very proud of our talented students who tread the boards each evening. Sit back […]

Music, News, Orchestra, School Musical, Staff, Students, Success, The King and I

Hallowe’en Non Uniform Day at St Paul’s

Pictured above are the best dressed students for the Hallowe’en themed Non Uniform Day. Instead of the usual non-uniform day before midterm, the Student Leadership Team and A Level Sociology students suggested a themed day to add a bit of fun as we break for midterm. Staff and students were encouraged to dress up and/or […]

Halloween, News, Staff, Students, Success

Students success at Irish public speaking competition

On Monday 22nd September, two Year 11 students, Niall Campbell and Cormac Feely travelled to Glasgow alongside Irish teacher Mr Stephen Mooney to compete in ‘Rí Chéile’, a public speaking competition of the Irish language and Gáidhlig na hAlbain (Scottish Gaelic). This came as a result of Niall finishing first in the prestigious Irish public […]

Events, Gaeilge, Staff, Students, Success

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