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01-Sep-2014

Holidays and key dates

 You can view all important dates on our event calendar by clicking here.

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08-Jan-2015

 The Limavady High School annual Open Night, for P6/P7 pupils transferring in September 2015, will be held on Thursday 8th January 2015 at 7:00pm. Please check back on our site for regular updates.

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20-Nov-2014

Christmas Child shoebox appeal

Here are our very generous 10A4 pupils handing over the shoeboxes they collected for this year's Christmas Shoebox appeal. Each week, these pupils brought in toiletries, toys and money for the children in Belarus. This is their second year responding to this charity and they were delighted when they saw how much they managed to collect. They willingly gave up their breaktimes to wrap and label boxes and to count money. They send their love and best wishes to the children of Belarus and they hope that these boxes will bring happiness and hope to the young people there.

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19-Nov-2014

Anti-bullying week

This week is Anti-bullying week 17-21 November, and to raise awareness of this in school our Joint year 8 LLW pupils have been busy organising a bun sale and creating posters highlighting the different types of bullying that exist and who you can talk to about it. 

The pupils from each school all contributed to bringing in buns, telling their friends about the sale, designing posters and promoting the theme “Let’s stop bullying for all.”

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17-Nov-2014

Anti-bullying buddy scheme

Limavady High school has recently appointed a new anti-bullying team as part of their ‘High 5’ initiative. The scheme was devised after consultation on the school’s new anti-bullying policy where a number of pupils said they would feel comfortable confiding in a peer. Every pupil in the school was given the chance to elect representatives from their Year Group to form our School’s Council and the elected pupils then became anti-bully buddies. Their role centres on being trustworthy, sympathetic and kind. Our ‘High 5’ initiative offers pupils an easy way to remember the people they can confide in if they are experiencing problems and has had a very positive response since being launched in September. 

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