Being part of an integrated school was so relaxing and comfortable because it didn't matter what religion you were or what skin colour you had or where you came from. Everyone was treated equally and treated with respect. Ryan Surgenor Former pupil...

Earlier this month the eco team were visited by Shanna Rice from the Ulster Wildlife Trust to learn about the Young Peoples Environmental Leadership Programme. Ulidia Integrated College was one of the pilot schools last year for the development of the programme and is proud...

On Friday 24th March, Ulidians are asked to don the oddest socks you have to raise awareness of integrated education and to support the Integrated Education Fund! Al pupils and staff are asked to get involved and a minimum donation of £1 will be collected for...

Each year the new students in year 8 work with their Mentors to fill shoe boxes with gifts for children at Christmas in Eastern Europe.  Over the years we have worked with Blythswood Care, Samaritan’s Purse and The Road of Hope. There is always a...

Last week two members of the Gym Co team visited Ulidia Integrated College, to give a talk to our sixth form PE students on the importance of exercise and nutrition for a healthy balanced lifestyle. In addition to their exercise and nutritional advice, a month’s free...

Having my daughter enrolled at Ulidia Integrated College has had a very positive influence on her attitude toward others. It is the only way to ensure that our young people go out into the future having respect for everyone within our society. Toleration can only be taught by being...

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...