The Solomon Theatre Company visited on Monday to present their ‘Last Orders’ theatre show and workshop to Year 10 pupils. The production is a KS3 Alcohol Education programme that has been developed by a team of Doctors, Police, NSPCC professionals and teachers, which looks at the consequences of binge drinking. The production covered topics such as – Alcohol Education; Anti-social … Read More
Members of the Junior Law Club from Years 9 and 10 represented the school at a Junior Bar Mock Tasters Trial on Saturday. The pupils showed exceptional commitment, a commendable professional commitment and a keen eye for detail in both the prosecution and defence of a domestic burglary case. The pupils fulfilled the roles of barristers, magistrates, court reporter, court … Read More
LGS was well represented at the Swim Ulster Schools Cup & Championships in Bangor at the weekend with very strong performances from pupils across the four age categories. In the 11-12 age group, we saw Zoe Kershaw achieve a PB in the 50m freestyle. Yna Cisnero, Alec George, Sam Cormie and Pablo McIlroy-Sánchez all made finals and qualified for the … Read More
Yr8 had a presentation from Mrs Cromie in assembly yesterday to launch the Christmas appeal. Please bring in your boxes in by Friday 17th Nov to your form teacher (Yr8) or Mrs Cromie (all other year groups) All year groups are welcome to contribute!
Pupils from year 13 attended the annual Young Enterprise Company Workshop in the NWRC. They looked at areas such as Idea Generation, Digital Marketing and Teamwork.
Year 14 pupils took part in interview skills workshop in preparation for their mock interview.
Congratulations to the Year 12 boys who played yesterday for the U16 football team. The team travelled to Belfast to play St Colm’s, Twinbrook, in the first round of the Northern Ireland U16 Cup. The result, St Colm’s 3-7 Limavady Grammar, means that the team will play Cambridge House GS in the second round. Goals were scored by Mark Campbell … Read More
Casey’s Creatures visited the school today as part the classification of living things topic in junior science. Pupils have been learning about lots of different groups of animals including mammals, reptiles, fish, amphibians and birds and this brought it all to life! Today the pupils were able to look and touch some examples of each of these groups including some … Read More
Congratulations to our house captains and vice-captains who were presented with their badges in assembly today. Pictured here with Ms Wright.
Congratulations to all pupils who received their Duke of Edinburgh Silver Award badges and certificates in Assembly today. Pictured here with Mr Bogle, teacher in charge of the Duke of Edinburgh Award scheme.