St Colman's High School, Ballynahinch travel and tourism pupils were one of only a few schools to be chosen and invited to Titanic Foundations Inspire Conference, as part of International Women's Day.
CCMS is helping to promote, in Northern Ireland, the Scottish Government’s Inspiring Teachers, teacher recruitment campaign.
St. Colman's Primary School and All Saints ' Nursery Unit, Annaclone accredited as a HP Digital School
Shortly after attaining the prestigious Investor in People Award (Silver) for staff development and the Inclusion Quality Award and Centre of Excellence accreditation St. Colman's P.S and All Saints NU have become the fifth primary school in NI to achieve the celebrated HP Digital Schools Accreditation sponsored by the Department of Education.
Recently, staff and pupils from St. Patrick’s College Dungannon were invited for a civic reception to the Mid-Ulster Council Offices to celebrate the achievement of being awarded Level 2 status as a Rights Respecting School by UNICEF.
The Business Studies Students from St. Mark's High School organised a very successful fashion show for the charity, Cancer Fund for Children before Christmas.
As Year 10 students prepare to choose their GCSE subjects, St. Mark's High School, organised a STEAM (Science, Technology, English, Art and Maths) Careers event as part of the school's focus on CEIAG (Careers Education Information and Guidance).