Year 8 pupil, Sophie was announced as the winner of the Christmas truffle box design competition held by Mrs McHugh with her year 8 Home Economics class . Sophie clearly worked so hard to design and make such a beautiful Christmas themed gift box for her chocolate truffles. What a shining star she is! LIKENOOTHER
Our STAR BAKER Eve has gone and done it again! Look at her latest SHOWSTOPPER!! Eve arrived into school with this festive masterpiece baked especially for her form class who were over the moon. What an extra special pupil she is at #TEAMLISNEAL Roll on Easter for her next creation!
Pictured are some of our ‘Workers’ from “The Busy Little Elves Factory”, otherwise known as year 8 pupils in Technology lessons, who have been flat to the mat in the last few weeks manufacturing some Christmas crafts. Their festive products will be displayed and available to purchase at our #TEAMLISNEAL Christmas Craft Fair that is due to be held in school on Friday 15th December from 12:30 – 2:00 p.m.
Teachers, parents, pupils and friends in the community are very welcome to visit and attend our Christmas Craft Fair and are encouraged to avail of the opportunity to make some last minute Christmas purchases.
Our Prince’s Trust class were delighted to present a cheque to a representative from the N.I Children’s Hospice that visited us this morning. She was over the moon to collect the money that they raised from their bake sale held in school last week. We are forever proud of the kind and caring nature of so many of our #TeamLisneal pupils. WEREALLYARETHEBEST
We are delighted to announce that year 9 pupil, Katie, has won the ‘Talent 2030 Competition’ for her superb essay written about Dr. Ann Tsukamoto. Katie was set the task of writing about a female engineer/scientist or innovator that inspires her and her blog about this female scientist and stem cell researcher has certainly made an impression. Congratulations to Katie from everyone at #TeamLisneal. We are all very proud of your wonderful achievement.
For anyone that would like to read Katie’s award winning essay, it is available at the following link: