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Week 20

Friday 3rd February 2023

Hi Everyone

Such great excitement this week with our U-19 MacRory Team through to the Cup Final on Sunday 12 February in Healy Park, Omagh against CBS Omagh. The buzz around the school is unbelievable and both inside and out, we are awash with green and black. Some of the Team have been visiting their former Primary Schools as well, so be sure to look out for them. Family, Community and Business support has been terrific. You can be guaranteed an exciting game next weekend. We look forward to seeing you there.

Congratulations to Year 11 & Year 12 students who received some outstanding GCSE Modular results in English, Maths & Science. Both pupils and staff are to be commended for their work ethic. HTC is an all-ability school and our great results speak for themselves. The pastoral care provided to our pupils is outstanding – staff go over and above to support pupils – this warrants success. I am so proud of our pupils and staff.

Year 8 Admission Applications opened for Post Primary schools on Wednesday 1 February and will close on Thursday 23 February. Check out our website and Facebook too, for information on the College and if you need another visit – it’s no problem at all – just ring us on 028 8676 2420 and ask. Don’t forget – place Holy Trinity College as your 1st choice.

Did you see the Trad Group becoming Rockstars on our Facebook page last Sunday night with their rendition of Hotel California by The Eagles – great talent!!

Online bookings for the Year 9 & Year 10 Parent Teacher Meetings on Friday 10 February went live today via School Cloud. Year 10 Options will also be discussed on this day. All information is on the College Website Find out more details next Friday.

The winners of the Primary 7 Business Club Competition were announced via Facebook during the week – some fantastic logos designed. And, congratulations to Kayla from St Patrick’s Mullinahoe, who won the Music Competition during the recent Subject Sampling Day. No stopping you now Kayla on the ukulele!

Representatives from Year 14 Business Studies entered the NI Schools Business Challenge this year for the first time, which was held in Queens’ University, Belfast. They prepared exceptional work but sadly were pipped at the post for the Final. Well done however in participating - a fantastic experience.

It was lovely to see the old tradition of making St Brigid’s Crosses occur on Wednesday, the feast day being 1st February. Skill and precision from everyone involved.

Good luck to Sarah Wylie Year 11 as she competes in the Swim Ulster Senior Schools Cup & Championships in Bangor tomorrow. We are very proud of you and we know you will be a great success.

Have a lovely weekend.

Isabel Russell


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