In keeping with this philosophy we welcome boys of all abilities. We work hard to facilitate the transition from primary school to secondary level education for all our pupils. John Baptist de laSalle believed that, in the person of the Lasallian teacher and within the Lasallian community of the school, a remedy was to be found for many of the ills of society. The need for such a remedy is just as evident today.
It has been a busy start to the school year in the Modern Languages Department. We welcomed our new Year 8 pupils into the College and they have all settled very well into their first year of learningSpanish. On the 26th of September we celebrated the European Day of Languages throughout the school. Year 10 pupils lead a special languages assembly. The Year 8 pupils enjoyed a continental breakfast and were joined by P7 pupils from Cranmore Primary School.
A good school is based on strong relationships at all levels and this is an area of real strength within Hunterhouse. Significant improvements have been made to the school buildings and teaching andlearning environment. In recent years purpose built facilities have been added to the school and existing facilities updated and refurbished.
Colleges Northern Ireland (Colleges NI) is the membership body (umbrella body) for the six Further Education (FE) Colleges in NI. It was established, originally as the Association of NorthernIreland's Colleges (ANIC), in 1997. Northern Ireland's colleges have been delivering technical vocational education and training for approximately 100 years.
Welcome to Victoria College Belfast and thank you for your interest in our school. The College is a leading non-denominational school in South Belfast providing an outstanding educational experiencefor girls aged 2-18 years. There are 897 pupils in the Grammar School including 45 Boarders and 205 pupils in the Preparatory Department including the Pre School and Pre Pre School classes.
We cater for students who want to achieve their academic potential and progress to further education. Our success is based on hard work and commitment. We will only ask students to reflect on theirattitude and effort. You have the support necessary through our careers program, revision courses and supervised study. You will have access to a wide range of subjects without restricting your choices. This means you choose the subjects based on your strengths, not the school's choice.
Griffin College, Griffin Training and TrainingShelf for education and training in the evening, day, week-ends, in-company and by distance learning, e-learning and home study, in the UK andInternationally. Facilities Management is a growth area with expanding employment and a recognised qualification in the area is essential. Other course include CAD (computer aided design), architecture, interior design, and lighting design exploration.
As a school founded on the principals of the Mercy Order, we are inspired by the vision of Catherine McAuley, who founded the Religious Congregation of the Sisters of Mercy in 1831, and the teachingand example of Jesus Christ. Our aim is to ensure that each and every pupil in our care is able to reach their full potential and that they have a pathway to success in life.
The Religious Studies Department wish to promote the College motto UNA DISCAMUS: Let us Learn Together. We want to ensure that all students have the opportunity to maximise their potential in thecurriculum area of Religious Studies and as a consequence develop academically, socially, emotionally and morally.
The College is recognised as a ‘Centre of Excellence' following achievement of Specialist School status in May 2007. At present we are one of only 34 secondary / grammar schools in NorthernIreland to have achieved this prestigious designation. Specialist schools must be outward looking, collaborative in their focus and take forward a community dimension, linking with other secondary and primary schools, businesses and the local community.