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Dalriada pupils win trip to California

It’s approximately 5000 miles from Ballymoney to Silicon Valley, California.

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Castleroe Primary Prize Day winners.

Cups and shields galore for our Castleroe pupils

Castleroe Primary School held their very successful annual Prize Day last month.

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Eleanor and Matthew Heath from Coleraine graduate with first class honours in computing from Ulster University.

Sibling success at Ulster

A little competition between siblings is to be expected but the stakes were high for Eleanor and Matthew Heath who have been studying the same course for the past

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The Mayor of Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council Councillor Brenda Chivers pictured with pupils from St Mary's Primary School on Rathlin Island at the Energy Detectives celebration event.

Saving energy lessons for primary pupils

Children in the Borough have accepted a special mission from Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council to spy on energy wasting appliances in the home.

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Left, Mrs Celine Kielt  (Principal), Miss Maria Crozier and pupils present uniform to Roisin Mc Caughan (ZAP) pictured right.

Kilrea pupils give away their uniforms

Pupils from St Columba’s Primary School, Kilrea wore their civvies for the last two days of term after donating their outgrown uniforms to schools in Zomba, Malawi.

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Foundation Art and Design student Olivia Campbell, Portrush displays her textile work at North West Regional College's annual end of year Art Show at Limavady Campus.

NWRC’s end of year Art Exhibition success

Pictures from the end of year Art Exhibition at NWRC’s Limavady Campus which features a number of students from Coleraine, Limavady, Portrush, Ballymoney, Aghadowey, Garvagh, Loughguille and Ballykelly.

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Coleraine Grammar School Rowing Team pictured with the Mayor of Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council, Councillor Brenda Chivers, Dr David Carruthers, Coleraine Grammar School principal, Jeremy Johnston, Head Rowing Coach and Ross Cochrane, Assistant Rowing coach.

Civic reception held for school’s Champion rowers

The newly crowned Irish Champion rowers from Coleraine Grammar School have enjoyed a civic reception in Cloonavin.

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Pupils from Portrush Primary School get ready for the PTFA Summer Fair

Roll up, roll up...it’s Portrush Primary School’s Summer Fair this Thursday

Portrush Primary School PTFA Summer Fair and Fun Night is this Thursday (June 7)...miss it, miss out!

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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.
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The entrance to Ballymoney High School. Copyright: Google

Boys are ‘under pressure’ to play GAA at Ballymoney High School

Parents at a Co Antrim school say they are unhappy with what they view as attempts to “pressure” children into taking part in GAA.

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Full steam ahead for Portstewart schools in collaborative Science club!

Full steam ahead for Portstewart schools in collaborative Science club!

Over the next few weeks budding scientists from Portstewart Primary School and St Colum’s Primary School, Portstewart, will visit Dominican College for a series of joint Science workshops.

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The news 11m teaching block at Ulster University, Magee

New £11m Ulster University teaching block to open in weeks

The new £11m teaching block at Ulster University's Magee campus will open within weeks, with the first student classes to commence in late January 2018.
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Breena Hasson from Kilrea with baby daughter Cate at Northern Regional College's annual graduation ceremonies. Breena graduated with a Foundation Degree in Building Technology and Management with distinction

Part-Time Study Success for Kilrea Woman

Studying part-time at Northern Regional College while working with Triangle Housing Association in Ballymoney helped re-enforce the importance of education for Kilrea mother of two, Breena Hasson.

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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.

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WATCH: North Coast Integrated College prize day

North Coast Integrated College hosted its annual prize giving ceremony on September 19.

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‘Thank you, Coleraine teachers’ Family of 14 all graduate from top universities thanks to primary education ‘allies’

‘To teach is to touch a life forever’.

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VIDEO: tea, toast and tissues at Our Lady of Lourdes

What a fantastic idea!

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Special Prize winning students at St Joseph's CollegepPrize night with new Principal Mrs Mary Millar INCR36-17021BW

New principal of St Joseph’s College looks to future

The Principal of St Joseph’s College, Mrs Mary Millar began her Prize Night address to pupils, parents and

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GCSE results: plenty of options and advice available

GCSE results: plenty of options and advice available

With GSCE results out last week, Northern Regional College student president Kate Linden has a timely word of advice to young people who are unsure about what their next step should be.

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