Year 10 pupils in St. Patrick’s got the chance to learn more about the opportunities in the digital sector, hearing directly from local digital entrepreneurs. The Digital Teen session took place on Thursday, to 40 year 10 students from St Patrick’s College in Banbridge.
Congratulations to GCSE Art and Design students Bernadene Kerr and Conor McAvoy from St. Patricks College who were presented with Celebrating Excellence Certificates for achieving overall maximum marks in CCEA GCSE Art and Design 2015. The school expressed its pride at both students and wished them every success in their future studies.
Well done to the boys who represented Carrick Primary School in the Co. Down Indoor Finals in An Riocht.
To coincide with the church’s year of mercy, Catholic Schools’ Week and the school mission run by the Ceili Community, Holy Family Primary and Nursery School, Derry officially opened its specially created Door of Mercy recently.
St. Malachy’s High School, Castlewellan hosted a post-16 study skill and revision seminar, delivered by ‘Amazing Brains’. ‘Amazing Brains’ is a Community Interest Company established in 2011 to
bring Study Skills and Enterprise Education alive in Ireland's classrooms. The company work in partnership with schools and colleges to add value to a child’s educational experience.
The Enlighten Hope group and their teacher Mrs. Tracy Hughes from St. Patrick's College Dungannon scooped awards for ‘Best Product’ and ‘Best Marketing’ at the Young Enterprise NI event at the Northwest Trade Fair in Foyleside Shopping Centre Derry.