Your Careers Adviser will be available throughout the summer months to provide impartial careers information, advice and guidance. If you have any questions or concerns about your next steps you can contact the Careers Service helpline on 0300 2007820 The helpline is open Monday to Friday 9:30am-4:30pm. YOU CAN ALSO FOLLOW US ON: Facebook […]
As part of our Careers provision at Key Stage 4, all pupils have the opportunity to meet with a specialist Careers Advisor from the Careers Service in Year 12. To facilitate this, all pupils currently in Year 11 should complete a registration form online. This online form takes approximately 20 minutes to fill in and […]
Welcome to our Virtual Induction page. We are all extremely disappointed that we are not in a position to meet you face to face but we didn’t want you to miss out on all the excitement starting a new school brings. You are about to begin a new chapter in your school career where you […]
Under the current circumstances all summer exams for KS3 and Year 11 pupils are cancelled.
Middletown Centre Webinar Series June 2020Middletown Centre for Autism has released dates for their webinars (please see below). Adam HarrisTuesday 2June 2020 – 19:00What Works for Me Patsy DalyThursday 4June 2020 – 19:00Small Changes Big Differences**All are welcome to attend but please note that this session was developed for teachers.** Kari Dunn BuronThursday 11 June […]
We are just thrilled that the volunteering commitments of our young people have been acknowledged in this way by the awarding body. Our young people have not only been developing their own skills and physical fitness, they have been helping those in their local community. They are a credit to us!
For the second year in a row Ballyclare Secondary School’s Art & Design department has had the top CCEA GCSE student!
The Art & Design department had two pupils obtaining A* grades at A Level in 2017. Annie Connolly and Tyler Moore both achieved the highest grade obtainable through their incredible talent and hard work. Both were extremely dedicated pupils who worked tirelessly at developing their skills and talent in Art and Design.
Kofi Balmer has signed for Ballymena United on a three year contract after impressing since his senior debut at the end of last season. The central defender, having just turned 17, had been making waves in the development team last season and has taken those performances into the first team in recent weeks.
I became an Able cadet in October 2016, since then my leadership skills has involved a residential sailing course at Killyleagh Outdoor Education Centre.
Past pupil Patrick Greer has picked up another prestigious award. The Association for Art & Design Education have chosen work from True Colours for their two ‘Most Promising Students Award’.