On Friday 26th September 2014 Ulidia Staff took part in Macmillan's biggest fundraising event, a coffee morning was held to raise money for people living with cancer. In 2013, 154,000 people signed up, raising a record £20 million.   What's it all for?   Cancer is the toughest fight...

Ulidia girls were delighted to try their hand at Rugby on Thursday 9th October 2014 when Ireland and Ulster rugby player, Grace Davitt, visited Ulidia Integrated College.   Grace showed the girls some of her skills and answered questions from pupils.  Their teacher Miss. McKee, who played...

Ulidia has entered an exciting competition called the AES Eco-Challenge.   The AES Eco Challenge, in partnership with Business in the Community, is a Dragon’s Den-style competition challenging students to develop a proposal for a sustainability-themed initiative in their area. Three schools – one from each Council area –...

The Year 14 Moving Image Arts team created a short film for Caterpillar, in Action Cancer on 18th September. We were invited to The Europa Hotel on 2nd October for a Gala Dinner, boardroom showdown (Apprentice style) and award ceremony.   After a drink’s reception, representatives from...

Action Cancer approached Ulidia at the start of September with a fabulous opportunity to create a short film to support their “Cares Shop Challenge” in aid of Action Cancer.   In partnership with Business in the Community, Caterpillar and Barclay’s Bank, Action Cancer shops were to hold...

We had a very exciting week leading up to our Polling Day on Wednesday 17th September.   Candidates made very impressive campaign posters and gave speeches as to why they were the best candidate to represent their form class. 65% of our school community voted on the...

Ulidia Integrated College is always keen to engage parents’ assistance in the education of their children. Poor standards of literacy are highlighted in the media regularly and research has proven that reading with our children improves their literacy and their enjoyment of reading in later...