Year 10 LLW Hate Crimes Seminar

It was Year 10’s turn today to take part in the Hate Crimes Seminar provided by the Community Relations Forum.

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Year 9 LLW Hate Crime Seminar

Year 9 had an engaging seminar with Kathy Wolfe from the Community Relations Forum. The seminar, organised through Learning for Life and Work, highlighted different types of hate crime and how we can respond as individuals.

Year 8 LLW Hate Crimes Seminar

Year 8 had an engaging seminar with Kathy Wolfe from the Community Relations Forum. The seminar, organised through Learning for Life and Work, highlighted different types of hate crime and how we can respond as individuals.

Year 13 at Top Table debate with Stephen Nolan

As part of Learning for Life and Work some of our Year 13 students had the opportunity to sit in the audience of the ‘Top Table’ hosted by Stephen Nolan. The debate was based on Brexit, trust in local politicians and sexism. The show is on BBC1 at 22.40 on Wednesday 19th September. Check out the photos and see if you can spot our super students.

Year 8 Translink Safety Bus Visit

Our Year 8 pupils enjoyed a morning in the Translink Safety Bus as part of Learning for Life and Work. See if you can spot some of our super Year 8 pupils.

Year 8 Young Enterprise Workshop

As part of Learning for Life and Work, Year 8 had a workshop with Young Enterprise based on setting up a business. They had a great morning with Vivienne from YE. See if you can spot any famous faces from our photo gallery.

Celebrating Success in LLW

We were celebrating the success of Key Stage 3 pupils in Learning for Life and Work. Pupils had the opportunity to have ice-cream, play French Boules and receive a certificate. We were joined by the Chairman of the school Board of Governors. It was a great morning. Thanks for all your hard work – G Coey.

Citizenship Prize Winners

Learning for Life and Work – Molly Gilmore was the winner of the our Mental Health competition.  After learning about mental health in Personal Development, the pupils had to identify a number of celebrities who have been affected by mental health issues.  Well done Molly!! 

Dara Hickland was the winner of the Road Safety poster competition that was completed during Personal Development.  The poster is now being used around the school to highlight road safety

 

First meeting of the debating society

This week saw the first meeting of the Debating Society. The topic for the debate was “This house believes that Euthanasia should be available for the terminally ill.” Speaking for the pro-choice side were Freya and Sam, opposing were Darrah and Jadon. Well done to everyone involved!