Year 14 Students were completing their primary data collection on the impact of tourism in a sand dune ecosystem (psammosere). They were investigating changes in plant diversity, soil and climate, and also the impact of tourism and how it is being managed at Benone. This is an integral part of their A21 studies.
Year 13 Students recently attended a visit to the Magilligan Field Centre which invoved a visit to the Umbra Nature Reserve in order to collect data on plant succession as part of their AS3 studies.
On Monday 7 November Home Economics teachers Mrs Hegarty and Mrs McGrath along with 31 GCSE Year 11 pupils took part in a cooking demonstration hosed by Patricia from the Livestock and Meat Commission (LMC).
Due to the huge success of last year's Craft Fair we will be running one again this year. Anyone interested in booking a table to sell items are asked to contact the school office directly on (028) 7963 2385. We appreciate your support with this fun-raising event.