A group of sixth form students from Loreto College Coleraine have each been presented with the Pope John Paul II Awards at the Derry Diocese’s tenth annual ceremony, held in Derry’s Millennium Forum on Tuesday 7th February.
After a very successful Ulster Schools Swimming Championships with Coleraine Grammar School winning both of the Year 8 boys relay races, a team of boys travelled to Dublin’s National Aquatic Centre for the Irish Schools Finals.
Several of Loreto College’s top science students have been invited to take part in several science exhibitions following their fantastic success at the annual BT Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition in Dublin.
Halifax as part of Lloyds Banking Group and the Halifax Foundation for Northern Ireland has hosted a Google Digital Garage training session aimed at offering local charities the chance to boost their digital skills and help them better understand the benefits of being online and what this can bring to their organisation.
Young people with a learning disability and their families could benefit from a new project called CAN Pathways: Dream, Believe, Achieve that Compass Advocacy Network (CAN) in Ballymoney is rolling out in the coming months.
Ulster graduates celebrate winning top hospitality and tourism awards
Four graduates in Consumer Management and Food Innovation from Ulster University Business School are celebrating success after winning top awards at the Department of Hospitality and Tourism prize giving in Coleraine.