Following our elections in September, our new Student Council is up and running!   The Council will be lead by our Head and Deputy Head Prefects Johnny, Aimee, Grace and Freddie. The first meeting on Monday 2nd October was very successful with lots of ideas as to...

Year 11 Health and Social Care students are actively learning about physical development in infancy and have been trying their hand at the work of a midwife or health visitors by weighing, measuring and recording the length, weight and head circumference of a range of...

We are incredibly proud of our year 12 student, Christopher Donald who has had a great success in the competitive sport of cycling. Christopher has had a number of podium finishes in his first year in the under 16s, including: Greatest achievement for 2017 in becoming...

On October 3rd Year 14 Travel and Tourism class was visited by Mrs A Lyttle to talk about careers within the Travel and Tourism sector. Mrs Lyttle gave the group a brief introduction about her personal vocational history and how she got into the travel industry....

The eco team meet every Friday in GG2 from 3.15 to 4.15. During meetings the group take part in a wide range of activities each week including litter picking, research, and guest speakers along with lots of visits off site throughout the year.   This September the...

Ambalamanenjana Primary school is located in the Vohiboay neighbourhood of the Miarinarivo municipality, of Ambalavao district, Haute Matsiatra region, in the Highlands of Madagagascar. After hearing about the plight of children in Madagascar having little access to clean and safe water, which was hindering their...

Ulidia Integrated College was very proud to be asked in 2014 to become Ambassador Eco School by Eco Schools Northern Ireland for the 'global dimension' area of study. During the three year term of Ambassadorship the team and whole school have benefitted from the programme...

The campaigns were over. The speeches were done. All that was needed was an X in a box. Yesterday students in Years 8-12 took to the polling station and voted for their Class Rep 2017-18. We had a 93% turn out for the elections and the...

The College is delighted to announce the appointment of its Head Girl and Head Boy for the coming academic year as Aimee Lee Johnston and Jonathan Armstrong. Both students came through a stringent application process with flying colours and are greatly looking forward to aiding...