We are launching a bike recycling campaign on Friday 18th May 2018. Bikes will be fixed/serviced and shipped to Madagascar - all sizes and conditions welcome. We need your help!! Bikes are the core of the transport network in Madagascar, especially in the south of the...

Throughout term two students from across the College in all year groups took part in a #wastehero social media campaign. Students and their families pledged to separate their food waste and then uploaded or sent photos of the family making the pledge to the college...

The Eco team have been working hard this term to research reports about the global issue of plastic waste. The group have seen the issue first hand through their litter picks at Carrickfergus beaches. The twinned eco group in Madagascar have also seen the issue...

On Friday 20th April a group of six students from Ulidia Integrated College attended the Northern Ireland Eco Teachers Conference at Greenmount. During the conference the group led a ‘best practice’ workshop to share their experiences and showcase the whole school approach to environmental education and...

Ulidia Integrated College has been re-awarded Ambassador Eco-School until 2020. The College was awarded a plaque on Friday 20th April to mark the achievement. The plaque was presented by Dr Ian Humphreys CEO of Keep Northern Ireland Beautiful at the Northern Ireland Eco Teachers Conference.    Ulidia...

Learners in year 8 are being encouraged to hunt out any old batteries about the house and collect them together for recycling. All year 8 learners will receive a collection box from their form tutor and are being asked to make a big effort to collect...

On Saturday 10th March Ulidia Integrated College joined forces with local councillor Roy Beggs, Ulster Wildlife Trust, Woodbury Rambling group, Ulidia staff and with our families to clean up our local beach. The weather was not kind but the enthusiasm of the volunteers was not dampened....

Ulidia Integrated College has been proudly working with ISL recycling for many years now to establish and maintain our zero waste status. We are proud to be the first zero waste school in Northern Ireland. This means that none of the waste produced at Ulidia...