During Year 10 Careers week pupils in Home Economics had the chance to hear about Careers in the Agri-Food industry when they had a talk from ‘Tasty Careers’. The speaker, Geoff Lamb, highlighted the wide range of careers that are possible in this significant industry in NI.
The Year 14 Talks programme continued on Friday 24th January 2020 with a presentation by Constable Paysden from the PSNI on Road Safety. Constable Paysden spoke at length on the issue of road safety and the need for young drivers to be aware of the numerous distractions that may inhibit safe driving. The talk was direct […]
On Friday we welcomed Nadine Campbell of Age NI who presented to the Year 14 talks programme. Nadine spoke on the issue of loneliness amongst the elderly population and addressed methods to deal with such concerns. The talk provided a clear insight into an important area of social policy for our pupils.
The College celebrated the successes and achievements of our young people at the annual prize distribution which took place in the school on Friday 27th September. Guest of Honour was Rt. Reverend John McDowell, Bishop of Clogher pictured here with Head Boy – Ben, Head Girl – Molly, and Principal Mr David Castles.
Congratulations to: Head Girl Molly Graham and Head Boy Ben Anthony Deputy Head Boys Rory Connolly, Chris Spiers and Matthew Jess Deputy Head Girls Erin Carson, Rebecca Patterson and Jessica Burns Lewis House Captains Cara Leahy and Sean Webb Heaney House Captains Genevieve Metcalfe and Max Jordan Peters House Captains Melissa Crawford and Callum Kyle Ferguson […]
The Irish News A level results league table places Wellington College 23rd out of the top 30 Grammar schools in Northern Ireland and the top controlled Grammar school in Belfast for A level results. Well done to all pupils, staff and parents for the hard work and effort in this achievement. Grammar School A-Level Exam […]
We are exceptionally proud of the results achieved by our Year 14 students, with a fantastic 83% of students achieving 3 or more A*-C grades. These students have embraced the mission of the College, to engage, educate and empower. We wish all of our leavers every success in their future studies and activities. 93% of […]
On Wednesday 6th and Thursday 7th September, 70 GCSE geographers travelled north to the Sperrin Mountains where they spent a day in the River Roe collecting data for their controlled assessment task that will make up 25% of their overall grade in June. Visiting 8 sites along the long profile of the River Roe, they […]