Friday 29th November 2019
I don’t know about you – but this week seemed to go by in a flash! We’re at the end of November and Christmas is just around the corner!
Year 8 have passed their medical assessments whilst Years 11 - 14 were involved in a ‘Smash the Stigma’ table tennis tournament to raise money for Cycle Against Suicide. Well done to everyone involved in this competition.
A huge thank you to the many companies who were involved in the Year 14 student interview skills day on Tuesday, and held jointly with Cookstown High School.
PSNI addressed Senior pupils re Cyber-bullying and looking after your Digital footprint, whilst Years 11 & 12 attended the Craic Theatre today for the production ‘Of Mice and Men’ as part of their GCSE English Literature course.
Year 8 celebrated Mass on Wednesday with a lovely Ceremony of liturgical readings, reflections, singing and instrumental music from the Senior Choir. Fr Boyle spoke to the pupils re the gifts and talents that they bring to the College on a daily basis, about being ambassadors for the College, and about being happy. As the 2nd reading stated: “I want you to be happy, always happy in the Lord; I repeat, what I want is your happiness”. We know, that if a child is happy, is cared for and is safe in Holy Trinity College, then everything falls into place. With so much preparation for the Mass, I would like to thank Mrs Monaghan, the Year 8 Form Teachers, Mrs Coleman, the Religion Department, Miss Mc Curry, Mr Mc Gartland, Mrs Mc Elhatton and Mr Gervin for ensuring that the Year 8 Mass was a memorable occasion.
But, don’t forget Christmas Exams and Mock GCSE and GCE Exams begin whole school on Monday 2nd December. Download the revision guides from the Website and start studying now if you haven’t already. Good Luck everyone in your exams and be proud of your success!
Have a great weekend