Schools deny any link to explicit video

Two Co Antrim post-primary schools have issued statements denying any link to an explicit video circulating on social media.


Whatsapping your way through revision 'just isn't possible'

WhatsApp-ing your way through successful exam revision just isn’t possible, according to a leading Northern Ireland educator.

2018 Mount Charles Big School Cook Off winners Katherine Stronge and Catherine Chesney Ballymena Academy are joined by (L-R) John Brolly, Marketing Manager at the Irish News, Caitriona Lennox, Big School Cook Off Ambassador, Trevor Annon, Chairman of Mount Charles and Gillian Douglas, Head of Home Economics at Ballymena Academy.

Win for Academy in ‘Big School Cook Off’

Two Ballymena Academy pupils are the 2018 Mount Charles Big School Cook Off champions with their prizewinning dish.

Pictured at the first 5 Star Futures event at DWF in Belfast are (from left):  Alice Wright, DWF Law, Cameron Muir, Ballymena Academy, Gail Taylor, DWF's Diversity and Community Engagement Manager, Niamh Watt, Ballymena Academy.

Five star opportunity for Academy pupils

An award-winning education and employability programme delivered by international legal business, DWF is being rolled out across Northern Ireland.

(Back from left): Brian Malone RPS, Councillor Audrey Wales MBE, Richard Carolan GRAHAM Construction and Catherine Watkins from NI Water pictured with Emily and Oskar from Gracehill and Galgorm Community Playgroup and NI Water's Peter Ferguson

Ballymena playgroup makes its mark at new facility

Children from Gracehill and Galgorm Community Playgroup were welcomed to the district’s waste water pumping station which is being given a £1.2 million upgrade.


Who makes the final call if your child's school needs to close due to snow?

Parents are waiting with baited breath to see if schools around Northern Ireland are set to close later this week after the host of weather warnings issues.
Kayden Fleck, who died on Saturday, was in his first year at Harryville Primary School

Kayden Fleck’s principal: it won’t sink in that he is gone until we see his empty desk

The principal of Harryville Primary School where Kayden Fleck had been a P1 pupil has said his death will not sink in until school resumes and staff and pupils see his empty desk.


VIDEO: Co Antrim primary school with just 34 pupils sends message to Harry and Meghan

A Co Antrim primary school has managed what few other schools could and produced a message of congratulations to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle involving every single pupil.

St Louis in Sunday Times Top 10 NI schools list

St Louis in Sunday Times Top 10 NI schools list

St Louis Grammar School in Ballymena has made it into the Sunday Times Top 10 NI schools list.

Translinks new Safety Bus can visit approximately 350 schools, or up to 25 thousand students, across Northern Ireland each academic year. Pictured at Aquinas Diocesan Grammar School in Belfast are Year 8 student Sarah McWilliams; Kevin Wallace, Safety Bus; Year 8 pupil Hannah Wilson; Sean McGreevy, Metro Falls Service Delivery Manager; Erin Watson, Year 8 student ; Susan ONeill, Safety Bus; and Year 8 students Oscar Feron and Kate McWilliams

Thousands of children in Northern Ireland to receive bus safety advice

Translink has unveiled a new Safety Bus to continue the important safety education programme which has been running in schools in Northern Ireland for over 15 years.

Year 11 and 12 prize winners.  INBT 40-722-CON

‘Best results in school history’ highlighted at Cullybackey College prize giving

Pupils’ achievements have been highlighted during the annual prize-giving at Cullybackey College.

That perfect 'well done' moment captured at Dunclug College last week!

Results ‘best on record’ at Dunclug College

Dunclug College was an emotional place on Thursday with many pupils celebrating some superb results in ‘O’ level examinations.

A community archaeology project will take place in Glenballyeamon.

Glenballyeamon excavation will be last phase in community archaeology project

The last phase of a community archaeology project will get underway in September at the Cloughancor megalith, in Glenballyeamon, overlooking Cushendall. This is the fourth and final archaeological excavation to be carried out in the Glens of Antrim, organised jointly between the Centre for Archaeological Fieldwork at Queen’s University Belfast and the Heart of the Glens Landscape Partnership.

The  Doherty twins - Patrick 10Astarsand  Martyn 11Astars!

St. Louis twins secure 21A* grades between them!

One week after celebrating exceptional A Level results, St Louis’ Grammar GCSE students have once again set the benchmark for achieving outstanding results as the school records a remarkable 99% pass rate for 7 or more GCSEs at A*-C including Maths and English.

Three of St Patrick's College's highest achieving students (l-r Clodagh Slattery, David Garai,  Kamila Pietras) with retiring Principal Mrs Magee and incoming Principal Dr Knox

Leaving on a high note! Retiring St. Patrick’s principal praises ‘O’ level pupils

The principal of St. Patrick’s College in Ballymena has praised the commitment of pupils, staff and parents as she unveiled the school’s ‘outstanding’ set of GCSE results.

Pictured with St Killian's principal Jonny Brady are (lfrom left) : Gemma Black, Eoin Hynds, Clare Emerson and M�abh Allen, all of whom combined high achievement in sport with top GCSE results.

‘Bright future for education in Glens and East Antrim’ St. Killian’s head

The principal of St Killian’s College has expressed his delight with “another excellent set” of examination results at the Carnlough school.

Everyone pictured received all A or Astar grade

Outstanding success for Antrim Grammar pupils

Pupils at Antrim Grammar School have notched up some outstanding successes at GCSE.

Advice: GCSE results

GCSE results: what should you do next?

Didn’t get the GCSE results you had hoped for? Listen, it’s not the end of the world, so don’t panic.

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38 pupils received ‘minimum’ of NINE A*/A grades!

GCSE results achieved by Ballymena Academy pupils have lived up to the outstanding ‘A’ level results of last week.

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