MacMillan Cancer Support Coffee Morning

On Friday the 6th of October, all staff and sixth form students came together to fake or bake for McMillan Cancer Support. As well as raising money it brought everyone together and created a united atmosphere. We managed to raise a fantastic sum of £300 which will all be donated to McMillan Cancer Support.

The contribution was that substantial that Glengormley High School decided to donate the remaining treats to Martin Residential Trust.

Pictured below is the coffee morning and the Head Boy, Head Girl and Deputies presenting the careers from the trust with the donations. Well done and thank you to everyone for their generous contribution.

Cameron Hughes and Leia Cassells

(Deputy Head Boy)    (Head Girl)

6th Form fun at Nerf Works

Our Year 13 pupils as part of their induction visited Nerf Works for some team building and fun.  Click on the image below to go to our Facebook page and see all the pictures and video from the afternoon.

Congratulations to our Sixth Form leaders!

I am delighted to announce that the canvassing and electioneering is over and as the dust settles on this year’s Head Boy / Head Girl elections there are four very happy households at Glengormley High. It’s even been reported that one of the fathers of our honoured elected representatives even shed a tear of delight on hearing the news!

Congratulations to the four wonderful role models below and we are delighted to announce that they have proudly accepted their roles and responsibilities. Remember with great power comes great responsibility!

Head Boy Jordan Cupples

Head Girl Leia Cassells

 

Deputy Head Boy Cameron Hughes

Deputy Head Girl Amy Millar

 

Good Luck and well done,

 

Mr McDowell

Queen’s Junior Academy Graduations

Congratulations to four of our pupils who have just graduated from Queens Junior Academy. They began their journey in Year 9 and Queens have been instrumental in supporting their academic progress in Maths and English providing support and guidance in these key subjects. In addition they have looked at potential pathways for study at university. Two of the students will progress onto the Queens Senior Academy as they begin their journey as Sixth Form Pupils at Glengormley High School completing A Levels, while the remaining two have completed their studies at GHS. We would like to take this opportunity to wish the students continued success on their academic journey.