It has been a fantastic weekend for pupils in AMD. We would like to congratulate the following pupils
Katie from Year 9
Came 2nd and 4th in the fast and slow dance – Leigh Eppleston Dance
Sarah from Year 11
Won the Carrick Boxing Academy May Brawl
Sophie from Year 9
Came 1st in the Grove Galaxy Trampolining competition
Well done from Miss Dowds and AMD pupils
On Friday the 11th of May we bid ‘farewell’ to our year 12s as they begin study leave. They enjoyed some sausage and bacon baps and were entertained by the wonderfully talented Glenn Irwin. Mr Massey reaffirmed the message of investing in ourselves for a better future. A few slideshows, messages from staff and pupils, laughs, tears and plenty of photographs rounded off a lovely morning with a wonderful year group.
Good luck in your exams. We are very proud of the exceptional young people you have become.
What exactly is the Diana Award?
The Diana Award’s Anti-Bullying Campaign involves a number of different projects aimed at reducing bullying in schools. One of their main projects is the Anti-Bullying Ambassadors programme which has trained over 24,000 young people across the UK to lead on anti-bullying campaigns in their schools. Set up in 2011, the Anti-Bullying Ambassador programme is part of the charity the Diana Award. In 2013 the programme received funding from the Department for Education. The programme offers resources and training to schools and youth organisations in England, Scotland, Wales, Ireland and Northern Ireland. After receiving the training students become Anti-Bullying Ambassadors in schools. In their role they help educate their peers on bullying, lead on anti-bullying campaigns, promote a culture which celebrates and tolerates difference and help keep their peers safe both online and offline.
Glengormley High School became an anti-bullying ambassador school in 2017. We had our initial training in Ashfield Girls school. Mrs Kerr and Mrs Hodge were initially trained ambassadors for our school.
On Wednesday 9th May 2018 we were then privileged and delighted to have been asked to host an anti-bullying ambassador training event in Glengormley High School on Wednesday 9th May 2018.
The following schools joined us in this event
- Antrim primary school
- Saint Bernard’s Primary School
- Saint Therese of Lisieux Primary School
- Hazel wood secondary school
- Mercy secondary school
Mrs Jackson and Miss Dowds along with
- Emma-Louise Rudd
- Jay Crosbie
- Rachel Laffin
- Holly Clyde
- Lois McGrath
- Chloe McGurk
- Lucy Wilson
- Macy Thompson
- Sophie Millar
- Molly McCrum
- Katie-Hagan Mussen
- Sarah Ferguson
- Connor Lee Hughes
- Callum Hawthorne
- Megan McTaggart
- Anna Stewart
- Hannah McWilliams
- Sarah Ferguson
Took part in the event.
We now have four trained staff and over 20 fully trained pupils who work as Anti-bullying ambassador’s for our school.
#Glengormley High says NO to bullying
It’s an absolute delight for us to recognise the hard work and dedication exhibited by our students from Year 8 to Year 14 in all areas of school life. Today we had the opportunity to recognise excellence in our Sixth Form who received awards for a wide range of reasons.
Pupils received awards for academic success and effort, for contributing to school life, for being a good role model to others, for charity contribution and even for being a supportive friend. Well done everyone – very proud of you all!
Congratulations to the all the Voyager students who received certificates celebrating their diligence and determination to achieve. Keep up the good work! #learningwithoutlimits.
Another positive Celebration Assembly for Endurance. Well done to all pupils who received a certificate. Your hard work and dedication has evidently been worth it!
Congratulations to all the Discovery students who were awarded certificates for their hard work this month. Also, congratulations to DGC and DSD form classes who met their attendance targets for April and were rewarded with some sweeties!
Eye4Education returned to GHS today to announce the winners of the 4 stage Assessment Centre that took place before Easter.
The winning candidate was James Getty
First Reserve: Zoe Wright, Mathew Morton and James Relph
James won an Echo Dot for his outstanding performance in all 4 areas of the Assessment Centre – Application Form, Aptitude Test, Group Activity and Interview
First Reserves: Zoe Wright, Mathew Morton and James Relph who all scored equally and each received a memory pen with Zoe Wright receiving a University Sweater for her outstanding interview performance overall.
Well done everyone!
This morning in assembly we celebrated with AVP Mr McNabb our young people who completed a Young Enterprise Personal Economics Programme.
In completing the programme they thought about future careers, explored interview techniques, spending habits, banking trends, money protection and managing credit and debt.
Well done to everyone who completed the programme and thanks to Mr Coey for facilitating this opportunity.
Congratulations to Jude Molyneaux and Kyle Smith who are the new national champions for their weight classes in the Irish Athletic Boxing Association.
The boys are members of Holy Trinity Boxing club and they and we are extremely proud of them and their acheivements over the last 12 months.
The boys are now Antrim, Ulster and Irish Champions!