St Louis Grammar School
Ballymena
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MS Office for Free!

21 Nov 2017

With Black Friday and Christmas on the horizon you may be planning  to purchase new personal devices including tablets.    To avoid the unnecessary purchase of MS Office please remember that there is no need to purchase MS Office as it  available free with a C2k username on up to 5 personal devices in 4 easy steps!   Visit http://portal.office.com ...

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On Tuesday 14thNovember, ourselves and ten other AS Level Business Studies students attended an event called "Generation Innovation” which was organised by Catalyst Inc.  in the ECOS Centre, Ballymena.  The day consisted of various speakers and activities.  It involved working with others and really made us think! When we arrived we were provided with refreshment...

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On the 15th November the Home Economics Year 11 classes were provided with a fun and educational demonstration on how to cook three LMC inspired dishes.  It included creamy peppered beef, grilled lamb tabbouleh and meatballs with mozzarella (tomato and bacon).  Whilst the demonstration was occurring Elizabeth Brown provided us with information on food provenance and traceability...

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On September 28th, our Lower 6thGovernment and Politics class attended a US:NI Leadership Initiative event at The Braid Town Hall Museum Arts Centre, Ballymena. Here we heard from a number of local politicians on why they entered politics and also why they require our help to shape their policies and make them really matter in today’s and tomorrow’s society. We were also told how...

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Two St.Louis pupils enjoyed great success in the regional heat of the Soroptimist Public Speaking Award. Caitriona Fitzpatrick and Lily Cassidy (both in Year 13) were placed 2nd and 1st respectively. The competition aims to encourage girls to play a more prominent role in public life. Caitriona’s speech was entitled ‘Immigration – how open should our doors be?’ while...

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The entire Year 10 cohort and their English teachers enjoyed a visit to the Seamus Heaney HomePlace in Bellaghy, on Friday 8th November.   Students had studied several of Seamus Heaney’s poems in the first half term and demonstrated their learning by writing an analytical essay on two of his poems. Therefore, they were well equipped for their visit with plenty of background kn...

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Top Candidates in NI

13 Nov 2017

St Louis’ Grammar is exceptionally proud of a number of students who have achieved the highly coveted accolade of being recognised as the top candidates in Northern Ireland for particular CCEA examination subjects. Astoundingly, Bronwyn McAuley, Siofra Patterson, Shannon O’Kane, Natasha Selby and Caoimhinn Gormley all received first place in Northern Ireland in GCSE Art and Desi...

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Congratulations to our summer reading challenge winners!     Kindle Winners   Shauna Robinson – 8 Laragh Conor Bresnahan – 8 Layde Sarah Boyle – 8 Lisbreen Orlaith Murray – 8 Lismoyle Oliver Doherty – 8 Lurig Annie McCrory – 8 Lyndon  ...

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Year 14 Art Trip

24 Oct 2017

On Thursday 12th October, Mrs McAuley and the Year 14 Art & Design class attended an exhibition at Antrim Castle Gardens. The exhibition was entitled ‘Coastlines, Country and Creatures’ and was created by Louise O’Donnell a past pupil of St Louis Grammar School. The exhibition was in support of Action Mental Health and showcased work created by Louise during a period o...

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