2016/17

Tearfund 2016

This year we ran a range of events, including the popular Bums On Seats at the Ballymena Showgrounds.


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TearFund Assembly

Peter McClelland (Wellington Church, Youth Worker) attended assembly on Wednesday 29th June to receive our Tear Fund money. Well done to the following pupils who raised the most for the Tearfund Walk: Aaron McNeilly 8A1 Hannah O’Neill 8A1, Sarah Gould 8A5, Emily Steele 8A5, Jack Wallace 9A1, Thomas Givens 10A1, Jack Weir 10A1 and Lauren Johnston 10A3.



2016/17

Resources for Reuben

Information to follow.



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2016/17

Help for Heroes

Congratulations to Classroom Assistant Molly McPeake who won a hamper in the raffle held for Help for Heroes by Year 13 STEP pupils. Thanks to all those who donated funds, participated in the Crossbar Challenge and bought Help for Heroes merchandise and buns. We raised over £400.



2016/17

Cullybackey Tractor Run raises £4014 for Marie Curie

Congratulations to Classroom Assistant Molly McPeake who won a hamper in the raffle held for Help for Heroes by Year 13 STEP pupils. Thanks to all those who donated funds, participated in the Crossbar Challenge and bought Help for Heroes merchandise and buns. We raised over £400.



2016/17

Resources for Reuben

Pupils and staff enjoyed their final day of the term by getting into the spirit of Christmas, raising nearly £400 in the process for the “Resources for Reuben” appeal.


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2016/17

Cullybackey College Look Pretty ‘n’ Pink

Cullybackey College looked very different on Friday 23rd October, when we held a special fundraiser for local breast cancer charity ‘Pretty ‘n’ Pink’. Pupils and staff were encouraged to ditch the traditional Halloween dress up, for something a little bit more ‘pink’.
The Charity Committee, led by Mrs Cummings and Miss Peacock transformed the new Sixth Form Centre with pink balloons, pink table cloths and even pink bone china in order to host a Coffee Morning for staff which would give local establishments a run for their money.

As well as this the School Council hosted a bun sale, where customers were treated to an array of home-baked goodies; a raffle for a pair of local man Steven Davis’ football boots, worn at Northern Ireland’s final qualifying game with Finland; and a special non-uniform day ensured that staff and pupils can proudly hand over a cheque for £1500 when a representative from the charity will attend the school after the holidays.


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