The Year 12 Careers Convention is a joint venture, held by the four post primary schools in Carrickfergus for their students. The convention has exhibitors from local and international business, local further and higher education establishments, the armed forces and many more.   Our Year 12 had...

Well done to Niambh Ogle, who on Tuesday 10th March travelled to Lisburn to represent the Carrickfergus Council region in the Environmental Youth Speak final.   Niambh spoke clearly and delivered a well-reasoned speech about food waste, which highlighted Ulidia's zero waste status, and encouraged the wider...

This year, to celebrate Integrated Education Week, our Year 13 pupils decided to do something in keeping with the theme of ‘Horizons’ and sport was an obvious choice. What better unifier of people throughout the world is there than sport? Take for example the Olympic...

Well done to everyone who took part in the Comic Relief Bake Off. An excellent turn out from very enthusiastic pupils who produced some amazing bakes - from rainbow cakes to red velvet cupcakes, you should all be very proud!!   We all had a great time...

On Thursday 5th March 2015 Ulidia Integrated College was awarded 'Ambassador School' status by Eco Schools Northern Ireland. At a ceremony to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Eco Schools Northern Ireland, the students were presented with a plaque to mark the occasion.   The award recognises the...

On Monday 2nd March Ulidia was visited by the ARC21 bus. Year 8 visited the bus as part of the eco schools programme. They had the opportunity to take part in workshops on the bus about recycling and waste.   Students found out all about waste management...

Earlier this month, singers Matthew Johnston, Mollie Kempton and Aimee Neill took part in the Mossgrove Youth Festival.  Mossgrove is a unique music festival for young people aged between 5 and 25 who compete in singing and instrumental classes throughout the week. The competition was...

On Friday 6 March, to celebrate Integrated Education Week we had a non-uniform day. As part of that, everyone was encouraged to wear odd socks to help support the IEF fundraising campaign and celebrate the fact that it’s good to be different.   As you can see,...

We have been informed by Translink that it is highly unlikely they will be providing any buses on Friday 13 March due to industrial/strike action. School will be open as usual on Friday and I hope that you will be able to make alternative arrangements...