The recent Laurelhihll Community College Open Night the school was inundated with P6 and P7 pupils from local primary schools eager to explore the facilities and interact with the range of activities on offer.
Students from Friends School were cooking up a storm recently when the Livestock and Meat Commission for Northern Ireland (LMC), which is based in Lisburn, launched its annual beef and lamb post-primary school cookery demonstrations.
Blogging, vlogging and podcasting are ways to share stories and compelling content, and recently 12 Northern Ireland bloggers received certificates for completing a six-week course at Lisburn City Library.
Fort Hill Integrated College was awarded ‘Overall Winner’ at the recent ‘Digital Youth’ final with their ‘GeAR Goggles’ which are innovative glasses with built in AR designed to assist tourists worldwide on their travels.
St Colman’s Primary School, Lambeg, recently worked with artist, Eleanor Wheeler, whose work can be viewed throughout the island of Ireland, to create a collage of ceramic oak leaves, the school’s symbol, each with its own individual style.
Motoring fans will be revving up for ‘Ferraris at Friends ‐ A Day of Supercars and Super Cars’ on Saturday September 1 at Friends’ School Lisburn, for a rare opportunity to see some of the world’s most exclusive cars.
Lisburn & Castlereagh City Council was pleased to have the opportunity to support the recent Green Project at Fort Hill Integrated Primary School, which saw a new polytunnel built within the school grounds; and this green project was initiated by Tesco, Lisburn.
Pupils from McKinney Primary School in Dundrod, showed off their innovative and entrepreneurial skills earlier this week, in the cooking and selling of potato bread as part of a school’s challenge hosted by Yellow Door and supported by the Council for the Curriculum, Examinations and Assessment (CCEA).