Roisin Keenan wins the Newry & Mourne Final of the Rotary Club Competition

Well done to Roisin Keenan who won the Newry & Mourne Final of the Rotary Club Competition. Roisin beat off the representatives from all the other schools in the area and now progresses to the Regional Final in Navan next week. We wish her the very best of luck.


The Annual St Paul’s Senior Formal 2017

Great fun was had by all that attended the annual St Paul’s Senior Formal to celebrate the students last year at St Paul’s. Below are a selection of photos taken from the evening. We’d love to read your comments below.    ” template=”/home2/stpaulsb/public_html/wp-content/plugins/nextgen-gallery/products/photocrati_nextgen/modules/ngglegacy/view/gallery.php” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″]


School remains closed on Tuesday 17 October

Following guidance issued to schools by the Department of Education, St Paul’s High School will remain closed on Tuesday 17 October. It is anticipated that the school will re-open on Wednesday 18 October.  Parents, staff and pupils are encouraged to follow the school on Facebook, Twitter or Instagram.  


School Closed on Monday 16 October

In adherence to guidance issued to schools by the Department of Education, St Paul’s High School will be closed on Monday 16 October due to risks posed by gusts resulting from Hurricane Ophelia. Staff and pupils are encouraged to share this statement on their social media networks. UPDATE (Mon 16 Oct @ 5.30 p.m.):  School will remain […]


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

First Derivatives Careers Information Evening

On Thursday 1 June, First Derivatives are hosting a careers information evening at Southern Regional College, commencing at 5pm sharp. If you are interested, please see the flyer below.

Careers, Events, News, Students

Healthy Eating Week at St Paul’s

Starting from Monday 22 May, St Paul’s is asking all staff and students to eat a healthy breakfast. Students can ask their parents and family members to become involved. Share your wonderful breakfast ideas and photos with St Paul’s twitter and Facebook accounts. See the poster below for more information.

Events, Home Economics, News, Staff, Students

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

Gerry D’Arcy recognised for 27 Years working with St Paul’s

Pictured above L-R, Mrs Siobhan Bradley (Vice-Principal), Mr Neil McArdle (in charge of Transport at St Paul’s), Mrs Eileen Fearon (Chair of Governors), Mr Jarlath Burns (Principal), Mr Gerry D’Arcy (Translink) and Mr Dáithí Murray (Vice-Principal) St Paul’s High School, Bessbrook presented Mr Gerry D’Arcy with a token of their appreciation for 27 years of […]

Events, News, Staff, Students

Jollies Pet Store visit Year 12 Science class

To complete the final section of the Habitats topic in Science class 12/47, Jollies Pet Store kindly paid them a visit during a Science lesson. The pupils have been learning about living things and their environment. They have studied how living things adapt to their environment, and how they can live together. The pupils were […]

Events, News, Science, Students

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