• Isabel Russell

Week 35

Week 35 – Friday 4th June 2021

Hi there!

I hope everyone is doing well and enjoying this lovely spell of weather. Today was great for our Sponsored Walk and pupils in Years 8,9 and 10 thoroughly enjoyed it. The walk was a source of fund-raising in aid of our new school build, which I am sure you have heard by now, that the Contract was awarded to Felix O’ Hare & Co Ltd. We hope that work will commence very soon and we will certainly keep you posted of the date. Our Golf Classic held on Bank Holiday Monday was another great success and a source of fund raising – it’s all systems go now!

CCEA GCSE Centre Determined Grades were submitted today to the CCEA Exam Board. I wish to take this opportunity to congratulate both pupils and staff, and their commitment to ensuring that assessments were completed to the best of everyone’s ability. It has been a challenging few months and we know everyone has done their best.

Congratulations to Year 13 student Terry Devlin on his selection to the NI U-19 Football Squad. We wish you the best of luck in your future games.

As we go into the weekend, the pupils are well prepared for their class-based assessments which run from 7th – 17th June. With Covid-19 and early school closure before Christmas, Years 8 – 10 did not have the opportunity this year to complete formal assessments, so hard work is required now. Revision Guides etc are on the school website. Good luck everyone!

Have a lovely relaxing weekend

Isabel Russell

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