March 2017 sees the first month long celebration of integrated education and here at Ulidia we intend to fully participate in the Integrated Education Fund’s celebration. This year the whole month of March is dedicated to the theme ‘Remembering: The Big Small Stories’ where we hope...

Learners from year 12 and the sixth form at Ulidia Integrated College recently took part in a community litter pick event. Volunteers walked along the front of Prince Andrew Way and along Victoria road to collect litter in the area and ensure that it was...

Congratulations to our Year 13 Double ICT Class who produced these fantastic games covers for their Computer Game Design module. They had to devise a plot for their game, taking into consideration the target audience, the genre and the most suitable platform for it to...

The Eco team at Ulidia Integrated College have been working closely with Lycee Pole Eco Team in Madagascar. The two eco teams have been working this February on an article in collaboration for the Young Reporters for the Environment project by Eco Schools. The two schools have...

On Saturday 11th February, pupils from years 12 and 13 who are participating in the Duke of Edinburgh award programme took part in an on-site training day. During the event students were given the opportunity to train in Trangia operation, edofe operation, teambuilding skills, pacing skills,...

Earlier this month the eco team held a learning session about local geology. The session was planned at the request of the members who wanted to understand more about their local geology of the Antrim Coast. Members of the team brought rock samples collected from Drains...

We have continued to develop Positive Discipline within the college. We would like to thank all pupils, parents and staff for your invaluable feedback. It is certainly helping us to recognise and reward students more effectively and to raise standards and expectations for everyone within...

On Monday 6th February, a number of Year 11 GCSE History Students were invited to mark and remember Holocaust Memorial Day 2017 at Carrickfergus Council. The theme was ‘How can life go on’. The day began with a visiting speaker, Mr Billy Kohner. His family...