Year 9 pupils recently enjoyed a visit from Bernie Mullan, a local journalist from the Verbal Arts Centre which was part of the Mid-Ulster Council's Project on Seamus Heaney.
Pictured are Year 8 winners of the recent Book Fair Competition, who are proudly showing off their winning bookmarks. This year the Scholastic Book Fair sales amounted to £651.50 which meant we made an amazing £325 of commission to spend on new books for the Library. Pop in soon to check our latest additions.
Well done everyone who entered.
Year 8 pupils have been busy in our Religious Studies Department after studying what life was like in Palestine. They went on to make their own model of a typical Palestinian home - Well done to one and all!
Thanks to all the Year 8 pupils who took part in our Readathon in support of the Cancer Fund for Children. Pupils also enjoyed a trip to the Town Library, a Big Book Quiz, and a Storytelling session. Year 8 and 9 pupils also enjoyed treats from the Mad Hatter and Alice to celebrate World Book Day. The tea party was held in the school Library at lunchtime. A BIG thank you is also conveyed to our Year 10 pupils who helped out.
"Have I gone mad? I'm afraid so, but let me tell you something, the best people usually are." Lewis Carroll, Alice in Wonderland