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Your School Your Business

 On Thursday our new Year 8 pupils had a fantastic day with Shaunagh Brolly from Young Enterprise who delivered the ‘Your School Your Business Programme’ in the assembly hall.  As the name suggests, the pupils look at school as a business and are involved in activities which explore and develop their employability skills.


The pupils all had a brilliant day working in teams and being involved in action activities which put their problem solving skills to the test.

Chris McFetridge, the school’s Moving Image technician, also popped in to tell the pupils all about his role in school as a non-teaching member of staff.


The pupils enjoyed the opportunity to think about where they are now and what they want to achieve from Secondary School- a theme that will be followed up in Learning for Life and Work classes.



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Annual Prize Day 2014

Our 53rd annual Prize Distribution took place on the very sunny afternoon of Thursday 18th September. Along with our prize winners and their families, we were pleased to welcome some special guests. Our chief speaker this year was Alderman Alan Robinson, Limavady’s mayor and a past pupil of the school. It was clear that Limavady High School had been fundamental in Alan developing self-confidence as a young boy. In his speech he enjoyed reminiscing about school in the 1980s and how it led to his future career.

We were also delighted to see Mr and Mrs Horace Whyte, parents of Leah Whyte, who presented The Lighthouse Cup in Leah’s memory. In a moving speech, Mrs Vicky Whyte spoke about how Leah chose the High school and how it was the right decision. They then went on to present Zoe Gibson with the cup which was awarded to the pupil who had displayed exceptional peer support.

A musical interlude of ‘Summer Nights’ was performed by members of the cast of our upcoming show, ‘Rydell Forever.’ Then it was on to the presentation of prizes. From attendance to class prizes, GCSE excellence to ‘Outstanding contribution to school life’, we are very proud to be able to celebrate and acknowledge the hard work and commitment of our pupils and congratulate all of our winners on their wonderful achievements. 

   Attendance Prize Winners with Mr Laverty and Mrs Wendy McCool (EWO)

Year 8 Prize Winners

Year 9 Prize Winners

Year 10 Prize Winners

Year 11 Subject Prize winners with Mrs Loughery (Head of Year) and Mr Allen (VP)

 Year 11 Subject Prize winners with Mrs Loughery (Head of Year) and Mr Allen (VP)

 Year 11 Subject Prize winners with Mrs Loughery (Head of Year) and Mr Allen (VP)

Winners of Special Awards with Mr Laverty and Mrs Cartwright

General Excellence at GCSE level

Winners of Special prizes in Year 12

‘AS’ Level Subject Winners

General excellence at ‘A’ Level

Julie Lamberton (top achievement in Performing arts), Amy Stewart (Exceptional achievement at ‘A’ Level) and Rachael Brolly ( Top achievement at ‘A’ Level)

Florentyna Syperek (Top Achievement at GCSE ), Matthew Lennox (Outstanding Contribution to school life ) and Courtney McCrea (Exceptional achievement at GCSE )

Attendance Prize winners with Mr Laverty, Alderman Robinson and Mrs Wendy McCool (EWO)

 Winners of Work placement awards; Nathan Kosky (Special award for endeavour) Craig Marshall (Achievement in the wider key skills programme)

Rachel Corrigan (Head Girl), Mr Laverty, Canon McVeigh, Alderman Robinson and Ben Quigg (Head Boy)

Mr and Mrs Whyte, Mr Laverty, Alderman Robinson and Zoe Gibson (first recipient of the ‘Lighthouse Cup’ in memory of Leah Whyte) 

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