St Paul’s students selected for Living Law Programme

Pictured above are students Kinga Kwicien, Beatrice Mikutaite, Joe Heaney and John McAleenan. Also in the picture is Head of Year 13 Mrs Laura Hollywood. Four St Paul’s Students have been selected to attend a Living Law Programme that is organised by the Office of the Attorney General.  This is the first time St Paul’s has participated […]

News, Students, Success

GCSE Success in Native Languages

Pictured above are students Pawel Lewkiewicz, David Souza Dias, Kacper Janik, Daniela Janikova and Wiktoria Snopek. Also in the picture is Senior Leader, Mrs Noella Murray and Literacy Coordinator, Mrs Kelly McCormick. We are proud of the success of our bi-lingual pupils who excelled in GCSE Examinations in Polish, Portuguese and Russian in the Summer Series, […]

GCSE, News, Students, Success

A Level success rewarded at Senior Prizegiving

At a special ceremony to honour the successes of the Post 16 class of 2014, Principal of St Paul’s High School, Mr Jarlath Burns, welcomed a large crowd of recent past pupils, their parents and families and staff of the school.  Mr Burns expressed a particular welcome to members of the Board of Governors who […]

A Level, Events, News, Prizegiving, Students, Success

March of progress continues at St Paul’s

Students who excelled in their GCSE results are pictured along side Principal, Mr Jarlath Burns and Year Head, Mr Brendan McArdle.  There were great scenes of excitement and delight in St Paul’s on Thursday 21st August, as GCSE students and parents collected results and called to enrol for post 16 Studies. Twenty-eight students achieved a […]

GCSE, News, Students, Success

Frank Maguire Cup Final defeat for St Paul’s

Under-16 Frank Maguire Cup 2014 Ardscoil Naomh Pól 2-06 (12) Coláiste Feirste 3-11 (20)  St Paul’s High School met Coláiste Feirste of Belfast in the final of the under-16 Frank Maguire Cup which was staged at St Gall’s GAC, Belfast. St Paul’s got off to a good start with a well-taken goal from Jarly Óg Burns to put the Bessbrook […]

Hurling, News, Sport, Students, Success

Annual Art & Design Exhibition on display

The annual exhibition of student work from the Art & Design department at St Paul’s went on display this week.  Invited guests, parents, friends and students mingled in the student foyer which was transformed into the most impressive art gallery for the exhibition. Examples of students’ work from GCSE, AS and A2 classes were on […]

Art & Design, Students, Success

Boost for St Paul’s Special Olympians

The staff from St Paul’s Learning Support Centre recently held a raffle and a quiz night in Quinn’s Lounge in Camlough – and raised the incredible sum of £1427.50. The money will be used to help the Special Olympians from St Paul’s who will be taking part in the Special Olympics in June. We wish our Olympians […]

Announcements, Charity, Fundraising, Learning Support Centre, Success

SRC Awards Success for St Paul’s

Overall best pupil from St Paul’s, Nicole Bradley, pictured with the best pupils from other schools. Aislinn O’Hagan (Best pupil in Beauty) and Ciara Goss (Best pupil in Catering) pictured with best pupils from other schools. All St Paul’s SRC certificate winners pictured with Principal, Mr Jarlath Burns, Mr Paddy McAvoy and Mr Martin Canavan.

Announcements, News, Occupational Studies, Students, Success

LSC Success at Special Olympics Swimming Gala

Students from the LSC succeed at the Special Olympics swimming gala. Congratulations to all three competitors from 10/47 who won medals at the Special Olympics Swimming Gala held in Bangor at the weekend. Oisin Mee came home with 2 gold medals in freestyle and backstroke. Aodhan Doran won his first ever gold medal in the […]

Announcements, Competitions, Learning Support Centre, Students, Success

Great fun at Year 8 Boys’ Football Blitz

The Boys’ Year 8 Football Blitz took place on Friday 9 May in Carrickcruppen GAC playing fields. The competition took the format of an eight-team knockout tournament with each team being guaranteed three matches. In the first round Down and Armagh, Kerry and Cork, Dublin and Louth and Mayo and Galway played off. All games where keenly contested in windy conditions. […]

Events, Gaelic Football, Sport, Students, Success, Year 8

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