As is traditional at Ulidia, the Sixth Form spent their first day completing teambuilding activities.  This allows the new Sixth Form to get to know the Upper Sixth and also integrates new students to the school. This year students went to Antrim Lough Shore park to...

We are delighted that our Sixth Form and Year 12 students have once again exceeded not just the schools high expectation and targets, but also those set out by the Department of Education for Northern Ireland to benchmark and measure academic success and high quality...

Year 8 are studying tectonic activity in Japan this term. By experimenting with jelly they have been learning about how different shaped volcanoes are formed. Year 8 came to the conclusion that the most exciting part of tectonic theory is eating the evidence! [gallery ids="9769,9771,9768,9767,9766,9765"] ...

On 26th June year’s 8, 9, and 10 came together to celebrate ‘Green day’. The aim of the day was to promote environmental awareness at local, national, and global scales. During the day students took part in a range of activities including a bug hunt,...

On 20th June 2013 three representatives from the eco team travelled to Londonderry with Mrs Patterson to take part in the Airtricity global wind awards. The students were spoken to by Frank Mitchell who led the morning presentations, and then had the opportunity to ask...

Year 8BL was the last of four Year 8 classes from Ulidia to visit Kilcreggan Urban Farm. 8BL arrived noisily at 10.30 am on Tuesday 25th June to be greeted by Phil and Hugh. Phil and Hugh showed our excited pupils around the chickens, geese, ducks, rabbits,...

Ulidia No.2 in Northern Ireland Schools Beach Volleyball Championships. U16 Boys – 2nd Place. Following the success of the U16 girls team winning the NEBSSA volleyball championships the U16 Boys collected silver medals for coming second in their first ever Beach Volleyball tournament. The Northern Ireland Schools...

When we visited Kilcreggan Farm we were able to hold guinea pigs, rabbits and chickens. The man who showed us around the farm was named Phil; he was really funny and we learnt some interesting facts about the farm and the animals in it. We were...