Dear Staff, Parents and Carers, Governors and friends of Ulidia Integrated College I cannot believe the academic year has come to an end, and my first as a Principal. There have been amazing successes and fantastic results. There have been challenges to overcome. There have been...

The end of any school term is always busy however this week has been a particularly busy and enjoyable one. This week pupils have been cashing in their credits to receive rewards for their hard work, positive behaviour and involvement in school activities throughout the...

On Tuesday 27th June, 8MCL were visited by Joe McCrystal from ISL Recycling during their Geography lesson. Year 8 learnt about how ISL deal with Ulidia's waste and how important it is to make responsible decisions when purchasing and using goods in order to minimise...

On Friday June 16th 2017 we held our annual Sports Day. The weather was fantastic which made for a brilliant morning all round. We got under way with Mr Dunlop making all pupils do a quick warm up, jogging around the track. The fun began...

Ulidia’s students who achieved the most credits this year were offered a trip to Tayto Park in Co Meath on Monday 26th.  This is the reward for a year of hard work, excellent effort and excellent behaviour. What a reward! Never mind the longer school day...

The Year 10 pupils exploring the chemistry behind making Iron (pupils huddled at the back of the room at a safe distance). The reaction, which reaches several thousand degree Celsius, is carried out in the hollow of a humble house brick. Molten Iron gets produced...

The Ulidia Integrated College eco team have been awarded first place in the 'International Collaboration' category of the global 'Young Reporters for the Environment' competition. Ulidia eco team have worked alongside Fort Duphine in Madagascar to research global issues of production and consumption of Coffee....

Off the back of our recent success in the NEBSSA & District Athletic Championships with our year 8 pupils, we had a visit from one of the Athletics NI development Officers.  During the session the 18 pupils were provided specialist advice on improving their sprinting...

This year the Eco team have been working with Shanna Rice from the Ulster wildlife trust to become young environmental leaders. This programme involved four key areas of focus; know, feel, act, and overcome barriers. Learners worked to lead environmental action within their community by litter...