Careers Fair

This is taking place on Thursday 2nd March between 6.30 pm and 8.30 pm. Many universities, colleges and employers will be represented, and this should help our young people with their subject choices and provide information to help with possible career options. For a list of some of the organisations who will be in attendance click here

Young people, and their parents, who are currently in 2nd, 4th, 5th and 6th year are invited to attend. Students will receive letters and flyers with further details next week.

Careers Fair

This is being held on Thursday 2nd of March 2017, between 6.30 – 8.30 p.m.

The year groups being invited are S2, S4, S5 & S6.

A number of Universities, Colleges, Employers and Training Providers will be in attendance at the event. The Booking System used for the parent’s evenings will be opening shortly to enable you to book a place.

The fair will be an excellent chance for our young people and their parents/carers to obtain relevant information and advice concerning careers and further education opportunities, so allowing them to make informed choices in their subject options and for their post-school career pathway.

Any parent who would like to speak to us about representing their own career can contact Mrs O’Hagan via e-mail.

Senior School Options Info. Evening

A reminder that the Senior School Options Evening takes place on Monday 30th January 2017, at 7p.m.

Here are a number of links which will help with the options process for students and parents.

To view course descriptors click here.

To view NPA course descriptors click here

For advice on selecting subjects click here.

For general careers advice: My World of Work or PlanItPlus

Senior School Option form to follow

 

Khola Primary School, Blantyre, Malawi

We have received a letter of thanks for the money raised for our ‘sponsor a kitchen project ‘in Malawi. The total sum of £8432.87 raised from our Fashion Shows will be used to build a kitchen for Khola primary School, Blantyre in Southern Malawi which houses 1100 children. The money will pay for building and equipping a full sized kitchen where volunteers will be able to cook Likuni Phala (the local dish) every day for the children there.

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