Our Year 10 Geographers have been studying natural hazards this term in class. Within the unit they have been learning about Monsoons in India, Twisters in USA, Tsunamis in Japan, Landslides in England, and even about a twister in Wales! During their lessons the Year...

Many thanks to Mid and East Antrim borough Council in conjunction with the London Mathematical society for a brilliant morning of Maths activities.   A group of Year 10 pupils took part in various Mathematical activities including “the travelling salesman problem” and “the double pendulum” to...

Our Sixth Form Charity Committee would like to thank students and staff for supporting their Bun Sale last week. The students made a variety of delicious homemade treats to be enjoyed by everyone.   The money raised that day went to Habitat for Humanity. This is just one...

On Friday 2nd October some members of the Eco Club stayed in school late after everyone else had gone home, to do some bulb planting. They planted tulips and daffodils in the flower bed at the front of the school and in other beds around...

Find out about undergraduate courses at Ulster   Come and meet staff and recent graduates for information on courses, careers and why Arts at Ulster is a unique and rewarding student journey.   We know your UCAS choices are very important. We want to help you make the most...

We are excited to launch our Year 8 Shoebox Appeal for 2015.  Christmas is one of the toughest times of the year, it is a time of celebration for most but not for the underprivileged. However we can change that and help make a difference...

It is that time of year again. The school fantasy league kicks off on the 17th October 2015. It is free to play and open to all Ulidia students and staff. We would recommend that you pick your team and join before the 17th.   If...

We continue to collect items that are no longer required, these may include clothes, shoes, handbags, towels, blankets, curtains etc. – any condition is welcome. Bags are available from Mrs Patterson in the Geography department.   Our Eco Club has increased the recycling range to include the...

This week Years 8, 9 and 10 took part in 'the world's largest lesson' during their Geography classes.   During the lesson students learned about the Millennium Development Goals and what they are. Students then looked at the progress over the past 15 years to evaluate the success of the goals....