Year 14 Higher Education Courses at Belfast Met

Belfast Met have a number of Level 5 courses with places available:

C5152 101F PEARSON BTEC LEVEL 5 HIGHER NATIONAL DIPLOMA IN ENGINEERING (ELECTRICAL/ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING)
C5156 101F Pearson BTEC Level 5 Higher National Diploma in Music
C5160 102F Pearson BTEC Level 5 Higher National Diploma in Creative Media Production(Visual Effects)
C5160 103F Pearson BTEC Level 5 HND in Creative Media Production(Journalism)
C5160 105F Pearson BTEC Level 5 HND in Creative Media Production (Motion Graphics)
C6017 101F BSc(Hons) Fashion Management – Validated by the Open University Subject to Approval
C5152 101F PEARSON BTEC LEVEL 5 HIGHER NATIONAL DIPLOMA IN ENGINEERING (ELECTRICAL/ELECTRONIC ENGINEERING)
C5156 101F Pearson BTEC Level 5 Higher National Diploma in Music
C5160 102F Pearson BTEC Level 5 Higher National Diploma in Creative Media Production(Visual Effects)
C5160 103F Pearson BTEC Level 5 HND in Creative Media Production(Journalism)
C5160 105F Pearson BTEC Level 5 HND in Creative Media Production (Motion Graphics)
C6017 101F BSc(Hons) Fashion Management

Ella’s NEBSSA Bronze

Congratulations to Ella Cassells for winning a Bronze medal yesterday with a throw of 7.83m in the NEBSSA Athletics Finals.

Our other 4 athletics also acquitted themselves well, competing in very difficult weather conditions; Steven Crumlin (Year 8) 4th in Shot, Ellie Redfern (Year 8) 6th in Long Jump, Katie Scott (Year 11) 5th in Discus and Timothy Rea (Y9) 6th in Shot.

Don’t look down – climbing their way to success in PE

Today the Year 12 BTEC Sports Studies classes participated in a practical assessment for their Outdoor Activities Unit. They demonstrated a wide range of skills in rock climbing and had lots of fun in doing so. The PE department would like to thank the team from Pathway Activities for bringing in their climbing wall.

Pupils ‘ReadOn’ in support of children’s charity

Glengormley High School pupils raised an amazing £722.90 for the Northern Ireland Cancer Fund for Children by engaging in its ‘ReadOn 2018’ programme. The pupils challenged themselves to read as many books as possible within a seven day period and collected sponsorship from family and friends.

As well as raising money for a wonderful charity, the initiative encouraged the pupils to read more than they normally would on a daily basis. Everyone loved getting involved and the charity were thrilled with the total raised.

Here’s what some of the ReadOn participants had to say:

Abbi Dickson Year 8

“I really enjoyed taking part in ReadOn to as the aim was to raise as much money as possible for the charity. The challenge was really important as some of the money raised will go to Daisy Lodge, a place where families can spend time together. I think that ReadOn should take place in every school.”

Jack Millar Year 8

“ReadOn is important as we raised a lot of money for charity. It is good to know that the money is going to help children with cancer.”

Our young poets are getting published!

The following students have been selected to have their self-composed poems published for Young Writers ‘The Poetry Games’:
• Emma Milligan
• Louise Magee
• Tate McFadden
• Sarah Ali
• Rebecca Todd
• Laura O’Mullan
• Katie Sharpe
• Ella McCurry
• Jenna Watters
• Riley Lucas
• Rachel Adair
• Carys Arthur
• Jenna Wilde
• Emily McCafferty
• Katie-Lee Carson
• Cory Boyland
• Amy Blair
• Chloe Johnston

Year 12 Human Geography Field Trip


Year 12 pupils completed their Human Geography fieldtrip. Their task was to investigate regeneration of the former Northcott complex. The pupils had to complete questionnaires with members of the public and they were a credit to the school.

Mr Coey