Please read the information below, concerning preparation for the Year 11 and 12 GCSE examinations.
In light of the recent announcement by the Education Minster pupils will not be returning to school on Tuesday 5th January. All pupils are to engage with the remote learning lessons that will be available on google classroom from Tuesday 5th. All pupils in year 12-14 will recommence on Monday 11th January with pupils in […]
Please find below the information concerning Mock Examinations for Years 12, 13 and 14. These exams will take place between Monday 18th and Thursday 21st January. Other subjects will have Mock exams later in the year.
Due to the current situation we were unfortunately not able to hold our normal Christmas Concert, so we have being working hard to bring you a short virtual concert to spread some Christmas spirit. Please share with your family and friends and we hope you have a wonderful Christmas.
Please see information provided by the Principal concerning remote learning arrangements for KS3 pupils for next week. We hope that these arrangements will help to keep everyone safe and well over the Christmas period.
On Friday the 11th December pupils are encouraged to wear an item of Christmas clothing along with their normal uniform. This can be a Christmas jumper, tie, socks, hair bands etc. There will be a donation of £1 collected for the Children’s Hospice.
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’.