St Louis Grammar School
Ballymena
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Caoimhe Conlon, Caitriona Graham and Victoria Edgar received their Ulster College’s Camogie All Star Awards at a presentation evening in the Elk on Friday 7th April.    Dunloy camog, Caoimhe collected her first award, while Bridini Oga’s Torie collected her second.  Caitriona Graham collected her third All Star in a row and the Ahoghill player is only the second...

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St Louis Grammar School raised £2077.20 for a local children’s charity by taking part in ReadOn, a sponsored reading event.  The aim of ReadOn is to encourage children to enjoy reading, whilst raising vital funds to support local children fighting cancer.  At the cheque presentation Rebecca Oates, Schools Fundraiser for Cancer Fund for Children said; "I would l...

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President's Award

7 Apr 2017

Over 30 Lower Sixth students undertook a practice expedition as part of the gold level of the President’s Award.  The group have been preparing for the Award for the last number of months as part of their Enrichment studies and on Friday 31st March they travelled to the Antrim Hills to undertake a practice run ahead of the official expedition in June which will take place in the ...

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Conor Kinsella (U6) and Ryan McGarry (L6) collected their Danske Bank Ulster School’s GAA All Stars at an Awards evening on Friday 31stMarch in the Europa Hotel, Belfast.  When the 2016/17 All Star team was announced before Christmas, Conor was recognised in the left corner back position while Ryan was awarded the number five jersey.  The players were joined by family and fri...

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SIMSIMI warning!

5 Apr 2017

Parents beware! Please ensure this app has been removed from all pupils’ phones! Please read here for more information.      ...

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Art Exhibition

30 Mar 2017

A group of year 10 pupils, plus Chris Donaghy, yr 11 attended an exhibition of work in The Oriel Gallery, Clotworthy House, Antrim. They have been working on a project for the Braid Health and Care Centre, Ballymena and some of their work was on display. It is part of a Creative collaboration between Antrim and Newtownabbey Borough Council and Northern Health and Social Care ...

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The St. Louis debating team were sadly defeated in the semi-final stages of  the NI Schools’ Debating Competition 2017. On Tuesday the team came up against Belfast Royal Academy, opposing the motion that our liberal elites have lost legitimacy by ignoring the fears and aspirations of ordinary people. Both teams performed extremely well, questioning issues such as the ri...

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Bring IT On

15 Mar 2017

We welcomed Donal O'Hanlon from Bring It On to talk to our year 13 students studying an A level in the ICT field. Donal gave an insight into new opportunities for pupils who aspire to follow a career in ICT. He provided information about the skills requirements and career opportunities with the IT sector in Northern Ireland and demonstrated the variety and attractiveness of a caree...

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  Many thanks to Katrina Turner who spoke to our year 13 Health & Social Care students about her journey with breast cancer. Katrina was diagnosed last October and has dedicated her time since to spreading awareness to both men and women. The pupils are looking at how ill health effects both individuals and their family and they found listening to Katrina's story very in...

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