Congratulations to all our AS & and A level pupils on achieving excellent results. We are delighted to see so many of you accessing the university courses of your choice and we wish you well in your future studies!
Year 13 and 14 pupils, we wish you well in anticipation of your AS and A2 examination results. Please note that Senior and Careers Staff will be available at the following times:
Year 13 and 14 - Thursday 16th August, 8.30am – 3.30pm.
Please note that Yr 14 pupils should come in the morning from 8.30am- 12.30pm, should they require advice. Year 13 pupils should attend in the afternoon as per communication from the College.
The Intermediate tennis team defeated Strathearn in the final to win the Ulster Intermediate Plate. The team successfully beat Loreto, Letterkenny in the quarter final and Banbridge Academy in the semi-final.
- Anna Glover
- Lucy Greaves
- Katie Dick
- Ella Ross
(Phoebe Boyd and Clara Schueppen also played on the team in earlier rounds.)
The girls received their trophies at the Belfast Boat Club for the Ulster Schools’ President.
Congratulations to all involved on their outstanding achievement.
BOC Gases visited school on Tuesday 26th June to deliver a STEM related talk and display to Year 9 pupils. During the event the pupils learnt of the lack of woman engineers in Northern Ireland and the need for more woman to enter the field. Pupils were told of the fascinating projects BOC are currently involved in and the uses of gases such as oxygen and nitrogen in the food and health sectors. BOC allowed the pupils to participate in multiple experiments, including an amazing liquid nitrogen display. The Year 9 pupils were able to instant freeze flowers and bananas, and even produce liquid oxygen in the -190oC nitrogen.
Both pupils and staff thoroughly enjoyed this event and would like to thank the BOC engineers for taking time out of their busy schedule to visit school
Year 10 pupils participated in the STEM Aware Schools’ Final of the Harbour Commissioners Minecraft competition at their Offices in Belfast Port. Georgia Poots, Holly Campbell, Carly Davison and Terezia Hargasova represented the College and competed very successfully against BRA, St Joseph’s College and St. Malachy’s College.
Sent on behalf of Virginia McVea, Chief Electoral Officer for Northern Ireland
For the first time in Northern Ireland you can register to vote online at www.gov.uk/registertovote. You can use your smartphone, pc or tablet, wherever you are and it will only take you a few minutes.
Young people who will be 18 before December 2019 can apply and can then vote once they are 18.
You can find a helpful video and guidance on application on the Electoral Office for Northern Ireland website at www.eoni.org.uk or send queries to firstname.lastname@example.org
We ask all parents to encourage their children to register.
Contact us directly at email@example.com if you are interested in working for us at elections or securing an ID card.
Many thanks to all parents who donated uniform to the APT uniform sale, and to everyone who bought uniform on Friday following the Year 8 Induction. The sale raised £763 which will be put back into the school to support activities directly affecting the pupils.
Caroline McMichael will be playing the role of ‘Dorothy’ in The Grand Opera House, Summer Youth Production of ‘The Wizard of Oz’ on the evenings of Friday 27th and Saturday 28th July.
Congratulations to Caroline on winning such a prestigious role.