CHRISTMAS JUMPER DAY


Just a reminder……..it’s Christmas Jumper Day in school tomorrow, Monday 19th December. All staff and pupils are asked to wear their Christmas Jumper and donate £1 to the nominated charity.

INTER-HOUSE NETBALL COMPETITION


A big well done to all the girls who took part in the Inter-house netball competition on Tuesday. Castle eventually came out on top with Shipquay in second place. Congratulations to everyone who participated in the tournament- you have earned points for your house. Many thanks to Full Swing for donating the medals.

CCEA CELEBRATING EXCELLENCE AWARD CEREMONY


Many congratulations to Lauren Curry who was presented with her award on Wednesday night for being the number 1 Double Award Applied Business student in Northern Ireland by Education Minister Peter Weir in Stormont. Mr Allen and Mrs Quinn has the privilege of accompanying Lauren, her mum, dad and grandmother to the ceremony. Lauren has made her family and our school very proud indeed. Well done Lauren- official Lisneal College legend.

TEAM LISNEAL AMBASSADORS


What an amazing group of students! Today, Mrs McHugh and her year 10 Hospitality team helped manage the St Columb’s Cathedral Christmas Tree Festival. The team baked, served, hosted and guided tea-room customers and visitors to the wonderful event. Every single person complemented our pupils and spoke so highly of them. Once again Lisneal College has won the hearts of our citizens and visitors. Many thanks to Mrs McHugh for all her hard work and enthusiasm.

ALLSTATE NI TALK BUSINESS AT LISNEAL


Yr 12 Business Studies pupils recently enjoyed an informative and inspiring talk from Allstate NI about Human Resources and the importance of managing people effectively for success in business. Many thanks to the School  Employer Connections for helping to organise this talk and to Allstate NI for taking the time to come into our school.

YOUNG ENTERPRISE BIG MARKET


Well done to our Young Enterprise teams, Moments, Santa’s Helpers and Shine Bright for their performance at the BIG MARKET in St. George’s Market, Belfast. The teams presented and sold their products to the general public. It was obvious which school was the public’s favourite- #TeamLisneal. Jenny Taylor and Tiffany Golligher were interviewed for the radio and Education Minister, Peter Weir demanded to be photographed with our stars (Artistic licence applied). Many thanks to Ms Pender, Mrs McMorris and Miss Devine for their continued dedication to our pupils. #WEARELISNEAL

KAITLYN & RACHAEL – HELPING THE COMMUNITY


A HUGE well done goes to Kaitlyn and Rachael who volunteered to help out at the Eglinton Primary School PTA Christmas Fair. The girls were fantastic with the primary pupils, painting their nails and putting up hair. The smiles on the faces of the children were just fantastic. Mrs Blair was so impressed with the girls and spoke very highly of them and what they were doing for the community. At #TEAMLISNEAL we are really proud of these two girls.

LEAH & CHRISTOPHER – LISNEAL AMBASSADORS


On Monday, Christopher and Leah attended a media and presentation workshop hosted by Leapfrog Communications. Former BBC journalists spent a full day with the 6th Form students helping them to develop public speakjng and presentation skills. Christopher and Leah are two of our senior Anti-Bullying Ambassadors and they are also part of our Young Enterprise team. Many thanks to Derek Moore of the Londonderry Bands Forum for giving the pupils of Lisneal, St Mary’s and St Cecilia’s such an amazing opportunity. #SHARINGWORKS

YOUNG ENTERPRISE COMPANY ‘MOMENT’


Our Year 13 Young Enterprise Company, ‘Moment’, attended the Walled City Market on Saturday for their first trading experience where they showcased their products to the general public. The sales made were much higher than anticipated and the company representatives used the event as a great opportunity to speak to local customers about their company vision, product range and progress made to date.

‘Moment’ is a company that comprises of A Level Business Studies pupils. They aim to raise awareness of mental health issues which currently affect one in five people living in Northern Ireland. Moment are keen to provide customers with the means of preventing stress, anxiety and feelings of negativity in the form of their product range; therapeutic dough, bullet journals and positivity focused gifts. They believe that their products can help people manage their feelings and emotions through positive self help.