At Ulidia we take great pride in our musicians. We have a team of experienced and dedicated peripatetic tutors who gear lessons to the individual pupil. This year there are over 40 pupils taking lessons in a wide variety of instruments, including; Voice, Violin, Piano,...

Staff and students at Ulidia were inspired by the annual European Day of Languages.  This year we celebrated on Monday 26th September with various language related activities going on throughout the school.  Several teachers were showing off their language skills in form time.   Posters were...

On Tuesday 4th October, the Eco Team were visited by Neil McMullan who is a parent of two members of the team and a local bird watching enthusiast.   The team learnt about gulls around the school grounds and how to identify them during the session....

Yesterday was the first meeting of our new Student Council.  Our Chairperson welcomed the newly elected members and immediately got down to business with a heavy agenda for the year ahead.   The Student Council will be launching a new logo and a designated area on our website...

At the end of the school day on Friday 23rd September the Eco Team conducted their annual environmental review of the school grounds. The group were very lucky with the weather which had not been kind earlier that day.   During the review the group measured the...

We had a very exciting week leading up to our Polling Day on Wednesday 28th September.   Candidates made very impressive campaign posters and gave speeches as to why they were the best candidate to represent their form class. Voter turnout was encouraging with 91% of our...

We continue to collect items that are no longer required, these may include clothes, shoes, handbags, towels, blankets, curtains etc. – any condition is welcome.  Bags are available from Mrs Patterson in the Geography department.   Our Eco Club has increased the recycling range to include the...

Pupils at Ulidia Integrated College took part in the World's Largest Lesson on Friday 16th September 2016. All KS3 (Year 8, 9 and 10) pupils who had geography on Friday joined in the global event. Schools around the world took part in the World's Largest Lesson which is run by...