I am delighted to introduce you to Drumcree College. We are very proud of our school, because we believe it is a school at the heart of our community. We seek to ensure the transition from primaryschool to Drumcree is a joyful one. The College is committed to provide a safe, secure and happy environment for its pupils where each pupil will endeavour to achieve their full potential.
The Art and Technology Departments at St. Patrick's College celebrated their annual exhibition by inviting pupils, parents and guests to view and appreciate the many GCSE 2D and 3D outcomes.Congratulations to our year 9 pupil, Ronan McCrory! Ronan was crowned All Ireland National Minor Champion for the 'Rings' competition at the All Ireland Gymnastics Competition in Limerick on Sunday 17th May.
Laurelhill is a caring College, providing a supportive learning environment in which all are inspired to achieve high standards and to become confident young people taking their place in society. Thisis an all-ability, non-selective, post primary school which has a caring ethos and has a dedicated teaching staff working to ensure that our young people reach the very highest of standards. We prize high achievement and the development of the whole person.
Fort Hill College wish to congratulate Year 12 students on an impressive set of GCSE results received today. 69% of students achieved 5 A*-C grades in the range of subject areas offered. We are alsodelighted with the increased number of students achieving GCSE English and Mathematics. Many thanks for all the hardwork, dedication and commitment from the students, parents, teachers and support staff. We are delighted that many Year 12 students have expressed an interest or signed up to return to us.
The School has a well defined pastoral care policy and practices. The Pastoral Care Policy within the school aims to ensure that all aspects of school life are firmly rooted in Christian principlesand that both staff and pupils are valued as individuals. We strive to give pupils a secure, well ordered, caring school which will allow for their spiritual, emotional, academic and social development. The Pastoral Care Policy will reflect the overall aims of the 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.
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.
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.
St. Colman's College is a Christian Community in which all of its members are valued and in which every member of staff is committed to ensuring that every one of our pupils is fully alive to, andfully empowered to realise, his full potential. St. Colman's College was founded by Fr. J.S. Keenan in William Street, Newry in 1823 as the Dromore Diocesan Seminary. The Education Commissioners' Enquiry of 1824 recorded an enrolment of some 40 pupils.
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.