Year 10 student, Sophie, took part in the final of the Terex female workwear design competition. Sophie, along with other students from local schools, had a guided tour of the manufacturing plant at Campise and had the opportunity to see the manufacture stages of the conveying systems. Sophie was then required to present her designs to a judging panel of five engineers. Sophie was excellent and is thrilled to have had this opportunity to present. Mrs McCrudden is extremely proud of Sophie, who has put a lot of hard work and effort into this competition. We now patiently wait on the results, fingers crossed for Sophie!
Mr Allen and head pupils, Kyle and Katie, attended the Christian Unity Week service in St. Eugene’s Cathedral. It was lovely to join with our Shared Education partners, St Mary’s College and St. Cecilia’s College and local primary schools. Lisnagelvin PS and Fountain PS joined their shared education partners too. Well done to everyone who contributed to the service; we are really blessed to have such camaraderie across our schools.
What a show of appreciation for ALL STAFF at Lisneal College on National Thank a Teacher Day 2021. Well done to our pupils for the effort they went to in celebrating this event.
We are extremely pleased that NI Water Service have kindly donated a Water Butt to our Geography department. This piece of specialist equipment will be used by Mrs Mullan, Miss Mitchell and our Green Team as they work hard to look after our school environment.
Today, this amazing cake was presented to staff for our efforts over the past year. We were a bit taken aback, to be honest, by such an unexpected gesture. Thank you very much to the Gilchrist family for their generosity. The cake is almost too good to eat……..almost.
Not often a brother gets one over on his big sister; however, bragging rights in the McHugh house go to Tom who was on the winning side in today’s game against Foyle College. Hopefully Tom will achieve the double tomorrow as he faces off against his twin sister who also plays for Foyle. We are rooting for you, Tom. #TEAMLISNEAL
We were delighted to welcome Children in Crossfire into our school recently to receive a substantial amount of money raised by our pupils, parents and staff; who successfully JOGGED 50 MILES IN MARCH. Well done to everyone who participated in the challenged and a special mention must go to Miss O’Kane for her wonderful work in promoting the challenge and encouraging whole school participation. #WeAreLisneal #LikeNoOther