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On Friday 20th January, 2017, we welcomed around 700 pupils from our feeder primary schools to. This event provided pupils with an insight into science and technology, with lots of fun demonstrations and hands-on activities.
Cullybackey College Open Nights 2017
The staff and students of Cullybackey College are really looking forward to inviting all P7 pupils along with their family and friends to come and find out a little more about what what life is like at Cullybackey College.
The school is open for visits by P7 (and P6) pupils and their families and friends on Monday 23rd and Tuesday 24th January. The Principal will speak to pupils and parents at 7.30pm and you will then have a guided tour around the school.
P7 students will also have the chance to take part in our ‘Cullybackey Challenge’. Final entries to the competition should be made here.
Come and join us!
Welcome to Cullybackey College!
Our PE Department continued their array of events this year with an eagerly anticipated trip to the Kingspan Stadium. Fifty one eager pupils from all year groups visited the stadium, where they were treated to a tour followed by some educational workshops.
Year 11 dance class
Year 11 are currently doing a unit of work on Dance. Lesley McLaughlin from Active Sport is currently leading the group. This takes place every 2 weeks during PE classes. The girls are thoroughly enjoying the wide variety of activities offered within the department.
SU led by Joel Hutchinson (SUNI)
Scripture Union met again on Wednesday 18th January and was led by Joel Hutchinson of SUNI. The topic was Being Wise Online and we were challenged to examine our behaviour on social media in the light of Scripture.
Year 12 STEM Bus
Year 12 Science pupils used their scientific knowledge to help find out who murdered Mr King. From using shoe print/fingerpint analysis to identify which suspects were at the crime scene to high tech chromatography techniques.
Cullybackey College has appointed four pupils to assist in the school library. The pupils have been keen members of the school’s Book Club and have consistently helped the School Librarian while they have attended the college.
PTA Craft Fair
The PTA craft fair took place on Thursday 17th November and we would like to thank all those who helped make it such a success. The hall was a hive of activity with over 30 stalls to browse through. I am quite sure a few early Christmas presents were purchased!!
Cullybackey College Drama Club - Anti bullying Performance
The CCDC acted out a dynamic anti-bullying performance for Junior Assembly. The piece portrayed the effects of bullying both on the victims and the bully. The performance included strong movement pieces alongside a thought-provoking story.
Skills Northern Ireland Event
Cullybackey College attended the Skills Northern Ireland Event held in the Titanic Exhibition Centre in Belfast. Pupils from Year 12 and 13 took the opportunity to get information about the work of work and training opportunities.
Year 12s suffer heartbreaking defeat
The Year 12 football team played out their Mid Antrim Cup quarter final tie in determined fashion against cup holders Dunclug College, eventually bowing out by four goals to one. It was an entertaining affair for Christopher Jamison's men.