On â€˜Yer Bike!
October saw fourteen Year 8 students complete levels I and II of Bikeability Training, with our new partner in promoting Active Schools, “Sustrans”. This cycle training is designed to give children the skills and confidence to ride their bikes safely on today’s roads
The students successfully completed the training and our Sustrans officers, Michele Murphy and Ross McGill were delighted with the student’s achievements.
Along with the year 8 students, included in the picture, are Michele Murphy and Ross McGill, Sustrans.
Top Places in CCEA A level and GCSE for Lumen Christi College Students
Congratulations to the following students who have achieved top places in Northern Ireland in the June 2014 GCSE & A level Examinations.
|First Place in Child Development||Alexandra Collins|
|Third Place in ICT||Eva Kerr|
|First Place in Art||Christina Biamis, Eimear Kearns & Aimee Melaugh|
|Second Place in Applied Business Studies||Fiona Mallett|
|Third Place in Applied Business Studies||Aoife Keys|
Year 8 Inter-Class Cross Country race
Year 8 Inter-Class Cross Country Race 2014
The Inter - Class Cross Country Race for Year 8 pupils took place on Friday 17th October around the school grounds. Each class was represented by 10 pupils, 5 boys and 5 girls, with 2 reserves.
The race was won by Class 8E.
First boy – Fionn Barr
First girl – Aela Stewart
Top Ten Boys
- Fionn Barr
- Eoin McBearty
- Caolan Devine
- Lewis McGarrigle
- Ruaidhri Lynch
- Aidan Feenan
- Jack Breslin
- Oran Kelly
- Oran McGrath
- Thomas Logue
Top Ten Girls
- Aela Stewart
- Aisling Walsh
- Orla McGeogh
- Molly McGinely
- Connie O’Brien
- Eimear Watson
- Jane McIntyre
- Sarah Ferguson
- Bronagh Downey
- 10. Aimee Heaney
Year 11 Geography Wind Farm Trip
The Year 11 Geography students visited the Wind Farm at Carrickatane, on Friday 26th September. The group was given a guided tour and had the chance to view the turbines and find out how they work. This particular Wind Farm has nine turbines, each worth £1million and with a lifespan of approximately 20 years. The electricity they generate is fed into the national grid.