Throughout the week Geography students have been exploring what aspects of their lives will be effected by climate change. Students created green hearts to show their love for the things they will miss, including coffee and chocolate.   Did you know that in Cote d’Ivoire and Ghana,...

Year 11 pupils from Mrs Conville's Occupational Studies class visited The Belfast Loughshore Hotel (formerly The Clarion) on Tuesday 10 February and had a very informative few hours learning about the Hospitality Industry.   They covered a lot of topics, including how to deal with customer...

Over the past few weeks Year 9 have been busy studying the weather. As part of their unit of work they studied patterns of weather in the UK at summer and winter time, as well as rainfall patterns throughout the year.   For their assessment students prepared...

Schools in the Carrickfergus area were invited to enter the ECO CHALLENGE competition to bid for funding, in order to implement an eco-project. A group of Geography students from Year 11 took up the challenge and developed a business plan for an App about energy. When completed,...

Head Prefect Thomas Adams was delighted to welcome visitors from the Northern Ireland Human Rights Commission. Kellie Turtle Education Worker from the Commission was accompanied by the Chief Commissioner Les Allamby and Commissioners Christine Collins and Alan McBride.   Thomas was able to voice his concerns...