Double Colleges All-Star for St. Louis Student

A Year 12 student at St. Louis Grammar School, Kilkeel has had her sporting talents acknowledged in two GAA codes, receiving awards in both Gaelic football and Camogie. Receiving an Ulster Colleges All-Star in one sport is a fantastic achievement in its own right, but to receive a similar award in a second sport suggests the recipient is an athlete of ‘elite status’.After being nominated by her St. Louis coaches, Year 12 student Sorcha McCartan impressed the selectors during trials ...

GCSE and A Level Options Week

Next week is options week. Pupils in year 10 and 12 will be given the opportunity to consider the GCSE and A Level options they will take next year.There will be a range of events taking place in school. Mr Brown and Mrs Devlin will explain to pupils the options process and highlight the key dates for pupils. Mrs Devlin will also speak to pupils about the importance of making the right choices at GCSE and A Level, and will ...

St. Mary’s Success in St. Louis Technology Challenge

St. Mary’s Primary School Newcastle, are this year’s winners of the St. Louis Grammar School Technology Challenge. Organised for local primary school children aims to promote scientific and technological awareness in primary schools, the event took place recently in the school’s Technology Suite.Participants were given the opportunity to work in the school’s Technology and Design Department solving practical problems with a range of materials and components. The pupils had to solve a design problem within a specific time, this involved ...

St. Louis Aid SVDP Hamper Appeal

It’s that time of the year again when the staff and students of St. Louis Grammar School, Kilkeel once again have shown that true spirit of Christmas most definitely resides in their school. The annual Christmas appeal from St. Vincent de Paul has become a very proud tradition as much needed food hampers are gathered and prepared for delivery to those who are in need of them. The ‘Christmas Hamper’ appeal has become the normal activity in the pastoral groups ...

St. Louis Students Deter Bullies

The message is clear to ‘would-be bullies’ - Stop what you are doing, now! Key Stage 3 students at St. Louis Grammar School, Kilkeel were recently taking part in raising awareness the various types of ‘bullying’ and the negative impact it has on young people.As part of the ‘Anti-Bullying Week’ events, St. Louis students were engaged in a variety of initiatives to raise the issue among the school community. As part of its contribution to this campaign, the Art Department ...