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Big Bang in Limavady High School!

Neil Monteiro delivered a Big Bang In School event today entitled Engineering Superheroes for pupils from local primary schools and KS3 classes in our own school. Linking the skills of his six favourite superheroes to different engineering disciplines, he carried out a series of intriguing demonstrations which got pupils thinking about different aspects of science and how these were applied in real life situations. The highly enjoyable show will certainly help pupils develop the enquiring minds needed to drive forward scientific discoveries.

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Surf Club 2015

If you’ve got a sense of adventure and fancy spending your Friday afternoons splashing around in the surf, hanging ten and dropping in to some big gnarly sets, then LHS Surf Club is for you.

In partnership with Longline Surf School we will be running our Surf Club in May. It will be held on Friday afternoon from 3.30 -6pm and will run for 4 weeks. If you are interested in being part of this club please can you speak to Mr McConnell for more information and get an application form. Places are limited so act quickly.

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Stormont Education Committee meeting in LHS

On Wednesday 25th March the Stormont Education Committee convened in Limavady High School to conduct their full business meeting. The Committee have a duty to scrutinise the work of the Education Minister Mr O’Dowd and his department and on this occasion they were specifically hearing from DENI officials about the recent consultation on Bullying in Schools in Northern Ireland. On their arrival the members of the Education Committee were treated to some chamber music in the school foyer and later they listened to a medly of Ulster Scots music played by pupils from the school. Michelle McIlveen the Chairperson of the Committee, a former schoolteacher, commented that she loved the warm welcome received in Limavady High School and that in her experience this had been one of the best visits in recent memory. Following the meeting the members of the Education Committee moved with their DENI guests and members of the governors of St Mary’s and Limavady High School to have lunch provided by Mrs McCloskey Principal of St Mary’s Limavady. Mr Laverty, Principal of Limavady acknowledged the significance of the visit by the Education Committee to the town of Limavady where the two schools are at the forefront of the “Sharing Education Programme” for Northern Ireland.

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