Students depart for annual Pilgrimage to Lourdes

Pictured above are the Year 13 students going on the International Project to Lourdes, along with Miss Kathleen Moore, Mrs Bridget McConville and Father Dermot Maloney. Pictured Year 13 students who organised a coffee morning and raised £700, which will be used to buy a wheelchair.

Announcements, International Projects, News, Students, Visits

Retreat and Mass at St Patrick’s Cathedral for Year 10

As part of their annual retreat, students in Year 10 recently visited St Patrick’s Cathedral, Armagh for a special Mass, concelebrated by Archbishop of Armagh, Cardinal Seán Brady and St Paul’s Chaplain, Father Dermot Maloney. Principal of St Paul’s, Mr Jarlath Burns addressed the pupils during the liturgy. Highlights from the special Year 10 Mass […]

News, Religion, Students, Visits

Ecology trip to Ballymoyer

Students in class 10/47 took a short trip to Ballymoyer to investigate the simple changes a school can make their local environment to enhance biodiversity – creating a friendly place for all manner of creatures. Principal, Mr Kennedy welcomed the St Paul’s students and staff to their lovely country school, with some welcome refreshments in the school dinner hall. The […]

Eco-group, Learning Support Centre, News, Science, Students, Visits

Turas Gaeltachta 2014

On Thursday 3rd April, twenty four Year 11 Irish GCSE students and 5 AS Level students embarked on a trip to Rann na Feirste in the Donegal Gaeltacht for four days. Accompanied by Irish teachers, Mr Quinn and Mr Mooney, the pupils stayed with local families where Irish is spoken as an every-day language. The […]

Gaeilge, Gaeltacht, Irish, News, Students, Visits

Autoline visit St Paul’s

Local Insurance Broker Autoline Insurance Group have teamed up with road safety charity Brake to deliver a hard-hitting campaign to young drivers and passengers in a bid to help prevent the number of deaths and injuries in County Armagh. A large number of staff from Autoline Insurance Group have been trained as part of Brake’s […]

News, Students, Visits

T&D visit to MJM Marine Ltd

Year 12 Technology and Design students recently visited MJM Marine Ltd. with their teacher Mr Bill Geoghegan, Miss Aoidin D’Arcy (student teacher) and Mr Gabriel Morris (technician). MJM Interior Build was established in 1983 in Newry as a family-owned joinery business. However, MJM Interior Build has evolved into a leading international specialist in new build, […]

Students, Technology, Visits

T&D students visit AxBoard

Mr Geoghegan’s Year 12 Technology and Design students recently visited AxBoard with Mr Ryan Boyle, Miss Aoidin D’Arcy (student teacher) and Mr Gabriel Morris (technician). AxBoard are a privately owned and managed company, based in Loughbrook Industrial Estate, which specialises in supplying furniture for kitchens, bedrooms, home studies and utility rooms. All their units can […]

Students, Technology, Visits

BE Aerospace experience for St Paul’s students

Pictured students, Ryan Clarke, Callan Connolly and Matthew Clarke along with teacher Mr Donal Murray during their visit to BE Aerospace. Year 13 students interested in a career in Electrical and Electronic Engineering had the opportunity recently to work with students from other schools in solving complex problems, and visiting the impressive facilities of engineering […]

News, STEM, Students, Technology, Visits

A Level Sociology Seminar at St Paul’s

St Paul’s hosted an excellent A Level Sociology Seminar on Wednesday 11th April, which was delivered by Assistant Chief Examiner Keith Trobe. This is the first time the seminar has been delivered in the area and was attended by over 180 students from eight schools. Schools who attended were from the Area Learning Community and […]

Events, Sociology, Students, Visits

History students visit Stormont

Year 12 History students pictured with Mr Dominic Bradley MLA Recently History students in Year 8 visited the Northern Ireland Assembly at Stormont to investigate the workings of our regional government. The visit was sponsored by Dominic Bradley MLA, who welcomed us at the door. In the Assembly chamber itself Mr Bradley outlined the role played […]

History, News, Students, Visits

Recent Comments