During Fairtrade Fortnight from 27th February to 12th March 2017 students have been learning about fair trade during geography lessons and also within the eco team. Learners have found out that most products sold in the supermarkets in Northern Ireland are from exploitive commodities that gain...

Northern Ireland’s education system is largely made up of state controlled schools (mainly attended by protestant pupils) and catholic maintained schools (almost exclusively attended by Catholics). Within the context of Northern Ireland, Integrated schools are seen as places where children from both communities (Catholic and...

The year 11 media studies class are taking part in a BBC School Report that focuses on a fundraising campaign being run by the year 10 form teachers and pupils. The year 10’s are raising funds for a school linked to Ulidia in Madagascar, Fortdauphan. Throughout...

What has integrated education meant to me? Being part of an integrated school has meant that I have been able to grow up and interact with a diverse group of people where I felt judgement for race or religion did not apply. In an atmosphere that...

A woman with a voice is by definition a strong woman. (Melinda Gates) On Tuesday 7th March, four year 13 students went to the Titanic Belfast’s 4th International Women’s Day conference, Inspire 2017. International Women’s Day encourages effective action for advancing and recognising women and the 2017...

Ulidia meant a lot to me. I started in 2001. Mrs Kelly was my form teacher - she was Miss Patterson then. To escape my bullying problems (I had really bad bullying in primary school) I decided to go to Ulidia. I really enjoyed my...

Ulidia is more than just a venue where learning takes places. It was an educational experience where teachers endeavour to help every student to achieve their full potential. My experience at Ulidia was one where my teachers helped me to develop my analytical skills, to think...

My name is Kerry Telfair and I attended Ulidia from 2000-2005. My parents instilled in me from an early age to respect everybody’s religious beliefs, even if they are different from my own.  My parents had a mixed marriage so I think their decision to send...