St. Oliver Plunkett Primary School, Belfast is pleased to announce that it has been recognised as an Apple Distinguished School, the first primary school in Ireland to receive such an accolade.
Pupils at St.Mary’s Primary School, Divis Street are celebrating a double success. They have been awarded the Kellogg’s ‘Promoting a Healthy Lifestyle’ Breakfast Club of the Year Award at a special ceremony attended by pupils in the Houses of Parliament, and the school was also a runner up in the ICT Excellence Awards ( NI)2016 for 'Overcoming Barriers to Learning with Technology'.
The schools from around the Armagh Diocese recently gathered in St John the Baptist Church Portadown to celebrate the launch of Catholic Schools Week.
First place for St Malachy's High School in the Trustee Support Service Arts and Media Ethos competition
Students and staff from St Malachy’s High School, Castlewellan attended St Mary’s University Belfast on Tuesday 31st January to receive their prize for their entry for the Down and Connor Catholic School’s Trustee Support Service Arts and Media ‘Ethos’ Competition. The winning video was a compilation of the Catholic Schools’ framework and the school were awarded First Place and £1000.
On Friday 20 January St Patrick’s Primary School, Belfast celebrated the achievement of a level one Quality Mark award from UNICEF for their work in educating pupils on their rights in a safe, inspiring and thriving environment.
The staff of Holy Family Primary and Nursery School in Derry continue to be at the forefront of providing appropriate provision for pupils with dyslexia after being awarded the highly prestigious BDA Dyslexic Friendly School status for the third occasion.
The award recognises the school's success in developing and implementing effective strategies to meet the needs of pupils with dyslexia across the curriculum. The Derry school has long pioneered highly effective teaching and learning approaches for all pupils and particularly for pupils with specific learning conditions.
The success of the school in securing this prestigious award is due in no small measure to the high levels of competence among the teaching and non- teaching staff which ensures the high quality learning experiences of all pupils generally and those pupils with dyslexia particularly.