Last week Miss McKee along with some Junior school pupils attended a Girls Football Roadshow as part of the Irish Football Associations, Live Your Goals Programme.   The programme aims to raise the profile of girls’ and women’s football in Northern Ireland and involves a number of key...

Year 14 students were delighted to welcome Stephanie McCann of Education, Recruitment and Marketing to their careers periods last week. Stephanie gave a presentation relating to furthering their studies at University level and specifically the UCAS application process, finance and accommodation.   She also informed the students...

What is ‘Sexting’? ‘Sexting’ is when someone sends orreceives a sexually explicit text, image or video on their mobile phone, computer or tablet. It can include sexual chat or requests for pictures/images of a sexual nature.   Is it illegal? This depends on what the image is or what the...

At the moment, on average 20% of children’s total calorie intake comes from treat foods such as crisps, biscuits, chocolate and sweets. These are foods that are high in sugar, fat or salt, but low in nutrients.   However, the recommendation is that children should only eat...

With the 2015-2016 rugby season now underway and the interest in the World Cup building, it’s seems prudent to remind you about the leaflet below. It provides concise advice on how to deal with concussion and how to spot the signs. Remember: if in doubt,...