A short movie showing our Induction Day for our new Year 8 intake last Thursday and Friday.  The movie was created by two 6th Form Students. [embed width="500" height="750"]https://vimeo.com/68702088 [/embed]...

We have been reading ‘The Chicken Gave It To Me’ in English so we decided to go to Kilcreggan to find out more about free range farming. At first I thought the chickens were scary and I was horrified to go near them but then...

Going to see Barack Obama and his wife, Michelle Obama speak at the Waterfront was very motivational. I found it particularly inspiring to hear him speak of his own past and all the things that he went through. This was particularly motivational because he became...

The Ulidia Open Golf Competition was decided yesterday in the final outing of the year. Congratulations to Mark Hill who came 1st, Daniel Leeming who was runner up and Ryan McNamara who came third. It has been a pleasure running the club again this year...

On 9th June 2013, Ulidia Integrated College pupil, Anna Buick aged 13, successfully climbed Scafell Pike, the highest mountain in England. Three years earlier, after having reached the top of Slieve Donard and having enjoyed the experience so much, Anna decided to climb some more....

It is with our deepest regret that we have to inform you that year 13 pupil, Adrianna Kruk passed away on 14th June 2013.  She was a much loved and valued member of our school community and will be deeply missed. Our thoughts are with the...

On Tuesday 11th June 9 pupils from Ulidia were fortunate to be invited to take part in music and drama workshops run by Open Arts. Open Arts encourages disabled people to participate in the arts as artists, participants, audience and employees, by improving accessibility and...

Fifteen year 8 pupils from Ulidia took part in their first ever Gaelic tournament for the school. The event took place at the All Saints Gaelic club in Ballymena. The tournament was 10 a-side (opposed to the usual 15) and the pitches were reduced in...

The year 11 geographers enjoyed a beautifully sunny day’s fieldwork measuring the Glenballyeamon River. The group measures velocity, width, cross sections, bed load and land use along the river for their coursework assignments. [gallery ids="9753,9752,9751,9749,9748,9750,9747,9746,9756,9754"]...