Class of 2023

Today, we said farewell to our magnificent year 14 pupils as they begin their study leave in preparation for their final examinations!
These pupils are a credit to our school and we look forward to hear about their next chapters to come!
Today, the pupils watched a clip from their first day of school back in 2016 which brought tears and laughter to many!
We wish all our pupils the best in the final examinations and we look forward to August where they will receive the grades they most deserve!

Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Expedition

Congratulations to all of the Year 11 and Year 12 students who successfully completed their 3-day DofE Silver practice expedition in the Sperrins over the weekend.

The expedition’s aim was to document man’s effect on the environment, and our students thoroughly enjoyed their learning experience.

A huge thanks to the staff members who helped facilitate the expedition. The students now look forward to continuing their DofE journey at Lisneal College. Well done!
#DofE NI

Uberheros Kindness Awards

We are delighted to announce that while the rest of us were indulging in Easter Eggs, Calvin was WINNING the Senior award for ‘Small Acts of Kindness to others’ at the Uberheroes Kindness Awards. Calvin was nominated by the school as he demonstrates one of our Core Values, ‘Kindness’. He received his award from Joel M and is a well-deserved winner. We are so proud of him! #TEAMLISNEAL #WINNERS

Keigan Progresses to Second Round of Trails

Our very own star footballer Keigan, from Oxford Bulls Football Club, is proud to announce that Keigan and his playing partner Adam have been selected to attend a second round of trials for the FAI International Down Syndrome Futsal squad Dublin next weekend.
Lisneal College and Oxford Bulls are extremely proud of this monumental achievement and we look forward to seeing what’s in store for these two talented young men in the future.
Congratulations Keigan and Adam and keep up the good work.
#oxfordbullsfc #TeamLisneal

Taylor for Masterchef

Today, Taylor made Mr Allen’s day by giving him a beautiful apple crumble. Taylor is an amazing cook and her dishes are always of the highest quality. The last time we saw Mr Allen he was carrying a wee tub of Bird’s custard powder. Old school! Well done and great work, Taylor. #TeamLisneal

Lisneal Got Talent

Lisneal College are delighted to announce our summer performance!
With the fantastic success of our winter show, Cinderella, we are pleased to announce LISNEAL’S GOT TALENT on Thursday 22nd June! All proceeds for this event will go to MacMillan Cancer Support.
Auditions will be after Easter and anyone looking to audition needs to go see Lorna in the office or Ms Pender.

Small Acts of Kindness to others Award Finalist

We are delighted to announce that Calvin in Year 8 has been voted by an independent judging panel as a finalist for the “Small Acts of Kindness to others Award”.
Calvin will attend the live Uberheroes® Acts of Kindness Awards Ceremony on the 1st April at the Stormont Hotel, Belfast.
Everyone at #TEAMLISNEAL wishes him the very best and in our eyes he is already the winner. #KINDNESS

Action Mental Health Fundraiser

The student council was proud to present the funds raised by their Bake Sale to staff from Action Mental Health: New Horizons today. The pupils were delighted to hear how the £600 they raised would be used to provide a range of activities to support the mental health and wellbeing of members of the community in the months ahead. The Student Council would like to once again thank everyone for their generous donations. Mr McFaul and Miss Tracey would like to congratulate each and every member of the student council for their hard work and dedication to making a difference both in school and in their community.

Under 14 Bowl Winners

Yesterday, our Under 14 rugby team played in the finals of the HS Bowl at Rainey RFC and after winning 3 games with a bonus point in each, they came away as champions. A 26-0 victory over Dunclug College was followed up with a 22-0 victory over St Patrick’s Keady. A narrow defeat to a Tandragee HS could have cost our boys, however another bonus point victory over St Patrick’s Dungiven saw us top the table. The 12 tries scored today were shared between Alexander, Rhys B, Tyler, Lewis, Dean, Blake , Rhys T, Jack and Jamie with Dean converting several.