Eco Schools Tag

On 22nd February Peter Mullan from 14PTT was the Youth Ambassador for Northern Ireland at the Ministerial Symposium on Marine Litter held in Strathclyde University in Scotland. The opportunity was given to Peter by Gillian Kinnier and Claire Vincent from DEARA and through Eco Schools Northern Ireland. Well...

Members of our whole school Eco Team attended the Northern Ireland Eco Teachers Conference on 21st March in W5. Students attended a series of workshops hosted by Lizzie Daly and Goeff Begley. They had the opportunity to learn more about the issue of plastic waste and...

On Friday 25th January the Eco Team were visited by Parent Neil McMullan who helped the team to complete a big birdwatch. During the event students spotted birds in our school grounds and then learnt about them from Neil who is a local wildlife expert. Students...

Ulidia Integrated College has successfully renewed its Green Flag award on 25 September 2018, without the need for an assessment visit and with no requirements to implement. The Eco-Schools team were particularly impressed by the continuity and strength of the programme in Ulidia Integrated College,...

This summer Ulidia Integrated College installed a live weather station on the roof of the core building. The station will update with live weather data every 15 minutes to the following web site: Ulidia Weather Station The station has two live screens in the college; one in...

On Friday 8th June Ulidia Integrated College was visited by Barry Ferguson from Madagascar. Barry coordinates Eco Schools in Madagascar and works with our twinned Eco School in Port Duphine. One of the main languages in Madagascar is French, indeed in Lycee Pole it is the...

Ulidia Integrated College has been working closely for over three years with the Adsum Foundation, this relationship has led to the twinning of our Eco Team with an Eco Team in Port Duphine in Madagascar, and has enhanced both curricular and pastoral aspects of the...