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Goodbye and Good Luck Year 14.

 

Good Morning Everyone. If we had been in school as normal, last Friday would have been your Leavers Ceremony and your School Formal. Both of these events would have celebrated your time in Post 16 and signified the end of your time at Killard House School. Sadly, because of Covid 19, we were not able to celebrate with either of the events planned BUT we did put together a DVD which you hopefully received through school comms on Friday. I have sent you the DVD via Google Classroom. I hope you enjoyed the collection of memories on the DVD and I want you all to know that we really enjoyed having you in Post 16. You have been a wonderful group of young people to teach and work with and it is fabulous to see how you all have grown in confidence and independence over the past 2 years. You are all ready to move on to the next chapter of your lives - it is time to spread your wings and a new journey for you all has begun. You have the coping skills in your personal toolboxes to help you take on new challenges so please be confident and believe in yourselves. Continue to make yourselves push outside of your comfort zone as this is how your independence, confidence and ability will develop and grow. We will miss you all 😢 but we also wish you lots of Good Luck for your future and hope that your dreams do stay big and that you are successful in achieving those dreams 🤩.   #YouCanDoIt   #BelieveInYourself   #StaySafe

Mrs McKee 👋💖

WB 15/6/20 Mrs McKee Personal Development - Emotional Wellbeing Hi Year 14. I have attached Lesson Instructions, an example pdf and a Wellbeing video. Enjoy! #StaySafe

Looking after your mental health during the Covid outbreak - A guide for young people

This video from AWARE explores the key mental health issues facing young people today, how to recognise signs of poor mental health, and self-help tips and i...

Week beginning 15/06/20. Leisure for Life. Mr Marshall

Save Our Sports Day and Do It Yourself

Save Our Sports Day and Do It Yourself 1

wb Mon 15 June 2020 Year 14 Literacy Mrs Stewart Sports Day theme this week. Please see the Year 13 Class page for the resources

WB 08-06-20 Mrs McKee. Personal Development - Emotional Wellbeing Hi Year 14, I have attached Lesson Instructions, an example document and a work document. Enjoy #StaySafe

Week beginning 8/06/20. Mr Marshall. Leisure for Life

PE With Joe

Tai Chi with Ryan McQuillan

WB 01/06/20 Mrs McKee Personal Development - Emotional Wellbeing Hi Year 14. I have attached Lesson Instructions and a Mindfulness Exercise for you this week. Enjoy. #StaySafe

Mindfulness Exercise

I Don’t Know & That’s Okay!

Mr Marshall's Leisure for Life. Week beginning 01/06/20

Home Workout - Ryan McQuillan

wb 01/06/20 Yr14 Numeracy Mrs Anderson

W/B 25/5/20. Mrs McKee Personal Development - Emotional Wellbeing. Hi Yr 14. I have attached Lesson Instructions for you to read first and then 3 videos to watch. Enjoy #StayHome #StaySafe

AWARE - Looking After Your Mental Health at Home

Our Education & Training Officer, Nigel guides you on looking after your mental health during lockdown! Stay tuned for more well-being videos to come. For mo...

AWARE - The Five Steps to Well-being

With his debut a critical success, our Nigel is back for round two of his well-being videos! These are difficult times and it is important to try to look aft...

AWARE - Ten things you can do to feel better right now

Nigel is back with another fantastic video to help you mind your mental health and well-being. This week, he's talking about 'Ten things you can do to feel b...

Week beginning 26/05/2020. Leisure for Life. Mr Marshall

Children and Family Yoga with Tory

wb 25/05/20 Yr14 Numeracy Mrs Anderson

W/B 18/5/20 Mrs McKee Personal Development - Emotional Wellbeing. Hi Year 14. I have attached Lesson Instructions for you to read first. Then you have a YouTube video to watch and a mindfulness exercise to do.

You are not your thoughts

This video explains some of the things you can try when you feel overwhelmed by your thoughts. After the video, take a few moments to observe your thoughts w...

Mindfulness Exercise

Leaves on a Stream

Week beginning 18th May. Mr Marshall Leisure for Life

Family Yoga session with Tory

The Morecambe Gang 2020

WB 11/5/20 Mrs McKee Personal Development - Emotional Wellbeing. I have attached Lesson Instructions and a Mindfulness Exercise.

Mindfulness Exercise

Leaves on a Stream

Week Beginning 11/05/20. Mr Marshall Leisure for Life

Inclusive Mat Yoga with Tory

wb 11 May 2020 Year 14 Literacy Mrs Stewart Please see Year 12 class page for activities

wk beg 11/05/20 Yr14 Numeracy Mrs Anderson

WB 4/5/20 Mrs McKee Personal Development - Emotional Wellbeing

WB 4/5/20  Mrs McKee  Personal Development - Emotional Wellbeing  1 Magical Coping Skill

Hi Year 14. I have attached 3 documents for this weeks Personal Development. Please read the Lesson Instructions first and this will explain the other 2 attachments. Enjoy! #StayHome #StaySafe

Week Beginning 4th May, Leisure for Life, Mr Marshall

 

Good day to you Year 13 and 14,

 

I hope you are all keeping well and are settled at home.

 

Vegetables were the order of the week for Mrs Marshall and I. We bought a small greenhouse, some soils, vegetables seeds and pots. We have planted tomato, lettuce and garden peas. I will keep you updated with how they are growing over the next couple of months. It is really important to eat health foods while we are in our homes.

 

To go with healthy eating we all must exercise. This week Tory, from Everybody Active, has posted a Chair Yoga video for us to take part in. We all really enjoyed Tory's Yoga sessions this year, so when you are joining in with Tory, imagine you are back in Ards Leisure Centre. This visualising the Leisure Centre might help you mind, by pretending you are somewhere else other than you house.

 

Keep safe everyone and keep smiling!!!

 

Mr Marshalllaughyes

Inclusive Chair Yoga with Tory

wb 4 May 2020 Mrs Stewart Year 14 Literacy I have added an activity about VE Day which is remembered this week. Perhaps you could do some additional research about VE.

Numeracy week beg 04/05/20 & 11/05/20

Hi Yr14. Unfortunately the weather hasn't been so good this week but hope you have all managed to get out for a walk at least a couple of times.

This week I'm setting you a slightly longer shopping activity which can be completed over this week and next (ie 2 weeks).  I have also added another Active Maths Activity so you now have 3 to have a go at.

Enjoy your week. Mrs A 

Level 1, 2 & 3. You may use a calculator to add totals if necessary.

Can you guess the names of any of the staff in this picture? To find out who they are and what they're up to go to the Physical Education section in classes

Can you guess the names of any of the staff in this picture? To find out who they are and what they're up to go to the Physical Education section in classes 1

Personal Development - Emotional Well-being 27/04/20

Personal Development - Emotional Well-being  27/04/20 1

We all know that listening to music is one of our favourite and best coping skills. The photo above sums up exactly what music is - it is what our feelings sound like.

 

Whether we are feeling happy, sad, anxious or angry we enjoy listening to music and that music usually mirrors how we are feeling. We choose different music depending on our mood - that is, we tend to listen to happy, upbeat music when we are happy and when we are feeling sad, we tend to listen to more slow, sombre/gloomy music. But it’s not just the beat of the music that mirrors our feelings, it is also the lyrics (the words). Usually the music we choose has words that describe our mood and sometimes listening to this music helps us to find the words to express our feelings.

 

I have attached worksheets for 3 different moods - angry/ frustrated; happy/content; sad/anxious. I would like you to take the time this week to choose the worksheet that best suits your mood when you are listening to your music and write down the song and artist (group/band) that you have chosen. I also would like you to write out at least 2 or 3 of your favourite lines from the song that you feel best mirrors/describes your feelings. 
 

You may choose to complete more than 1 worksheet each day because we all know that our moods and feelings are temporary - that is, our mood changes throughout the day. The beautiful thing about music is that there are lots of different groups and songs to choose from - there is no right or wrong choice - your choice is personal and unique to you.  Enjoy!   #Stay Home  #Stay Safe

 

Week beginning 27th April 

 

Good Day Year 14,

 

I hope you are well and excited about this weeks home learning!! I know I am .laugh

 

I hope you are able to find the time to follow the exercises provided and maybe even finding that you are toning up your 6 pack!! That's a 6 pack in your stomach muscles, not simply a 6 pack of Tayto Cheese and onion in your belly!!wink

 

This week Ryan is going to help you increase the intensity of the exercises!! YES HAPPY DAYS!!!

Ryan is going to give you a work out session with 3 sets of 5 different exercises. 

 

You can view the video as many times as you like in the week. If you enjoyed last weeks video you could even go back and do that one again. It will amaze you how the time goes by whenever you have something to focus on. So focus on the exercises and time will fly. Extra benefit is you will feel a lot more positive and creative, which will help you come up ideas to do to pass the time!!

 

Remember to stay positive and keep smiling!!!laugh

 

Mr Marshall 

Ryan McQuillan Workout Session 2

 Yr 14 Numeracy week beg. 27/04/20.

Hope you have all had a good week and have been enjoying the lovely weather either in your garden or going for a walk. I have set you some more Maths but this week you have all got the same time activity to complete. I have also given you another Maths game on Active Learn but also kept last weeks as well so you now have 2 to play.

Have a good week. Missing you all and all your chat Mrs A 

Dear Parents / Guardians, As explained in the school comms message that was sent home regarding new resources being uploaded for this term please check out the 2 help sheets that will hopefully allow you to access the Active Learn website from home. Once logged in you should be able to access Literacy / Numeracy and Science activities / resources for your son / daughter set by individual teachers. Teachers will explain on class pages what activities they have set and then hopefully when you get logged into Active Learn you will find specific resources / tasks / e-books set for your child. The first help sheet explains how to get on to the Active Learn website and how to log in. The second help sheet gives similar information followed by more specific details about e-reading books set for your child. Thank you Mrs A McBratney

Personal Development - Mindfulness Activities 20/4/20
 

Hi everyone,

As we all know, we have to continue to stay at home for at least another 3 weeks. You may all have different feelings about this - some of you may be happy and content to stay at home but others may be feeling frustrated, bored or a bit down because you cannot go out and do the things you want or go and visit friends or relatives. It is during these times that we need to use our coping skills to help us to think positively and find a way to be calm and content. 

 

We practice mindfulness activities in school as one of our good coping skills so I have chosen 2 mindfulness activities for you to do at home to help you stay positive. For a number of weeks now people have been drawing pictures of Rainbows as a sign of hope that this horrible virus will come to an end and we will all be able to get back to normal. So, I thought it would be good to practice some Rainbow Breathing where you imagine yourself creating a Rainbow 🌈  while you deep breathe.

 

There are 2 versions of the Rainbow Breathe activity - one is a 3 minute activity and Rainbow Breathe2 is a 4 minute 30 second activity. I am giving you a written instruction and a voicemail listening instruction for both activities. Please try to take the time at least once every day to do one of the activities. You can do the activities on your own or together with your family. Find somewhere quiet where you can focus and concentrate on the activity and not be disturbed. By doing the activities every day you will improve your ability to imagine/visualise your Rainbow 🌈 and you will also improve your breathing technique. Most importantly, you will improve your mood and your mental wellbeing.  Enjoy!   #Stay Home  # Stay Safe

Mindfulness (listening) Activities

Rainbow Breathe

Mindfulness (listening) Activities

Rainbow Breathe2

Hello Everyone,

 

I hope you have been enjoying the fantastic weather we have been getting recently. I have been outside everyday tiding up my garden and it is looking pretty good now. . I used our power washer to clean our decking. I will post a before and after photo.

 

I'm sure you enjoyed plenty of chocolate over the Easter holidays and now you want help to get back into exercising. Over the next few weeks I will be uploading a number of videos created by a friend of mine, Ryan McQuillan. Some of you may recognise Ryan as he used to come into school as a sports coach. Ryan has put together a low intensity workout which uses very little equipment. This week Ryan uses a chair and Baked Beans can. Maybe once you have completed your exercise you could have the beans for your lunch.

 

Thank you everyone, keep safe, look after your household and continue to Smile.laugh

Low Intensity Workout Session One with Ryan McQuillan

Before power washing and after power washing

Before power washing and after power washing 1
Before power washing and after power washing 2

Year 14 Literacy 20 April 2020

Numeracy 20/04/20. Hi Yr14.

Hope you have all had a good Easter and not eaten too many Easter eggs!!

The weather is lovely so I hope you are getting out in your garden or going for a walk each day.

I have set you some work on Time. It is at Entry 1, Entry 2 & Entry 3. Choose the level to match the work you were doing in class and if you don't know then pick the level that suits you best. 

Missing you all. Have a good week. Mrs A

Killard House Staff Toilet Roll Challenge 2020

Good morning folks! Hope you are all doing well and keeping safe! Another couple of new tasks for this week and also continuing on with the ones from last week 😊 Mrs McB

Week beginning 30/03/20

 

Well Done Year 13 and 14 for getting through week one of staying at home. From the response to Mrs McKees post on Google Classroom, we can see that the majority of you are keeping well and busy.yes .

 

The task for week 2 is similar to week 1.

 

We would like you to perform: (I have attached a picture of the exercises so that you can visually see what to do)

 

10 Squats on to a chair or a seat. To challenge yourself remove the chair and see how low you can get. Remember keep your back straight and head up.

 

10 Knee to Elbow in a standing position. Make sure you bring your left knee to your right elbow and then your right knee to your left elbow.

 

10 Knee to Elbow in the push up position. This time bring your right knee up to your right elbow and then your left knee to your left elbow.

 

These 3 exercises can be added to week 1s. This time we would like you to do this 3 to 4 times over the week. If you want to do more please do so, it would be a HUGE yesto you. If you struggle with any of the exercises let us know on Google Classroom and we can help you!

 

If you choose to go out for a walk, on your own or with a member of your household, be sure to take the lead and practice all that you have learnt in pedestrian travel training. Don't forget the social distancing of 6 feet apart!!

 

Keep positive, Keep healthy and ...........

Keep washing your hands. This weeks song is Baby Shark!!! DO DO DO DODO DODOlaughlaugh

 

Keep safe everyone!!

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A message from Mrs McBratney

Life Skills Tasks 1

Good Day Team Year 14,

 

I hope everyone is well. What a strange time we are living through. The important thing to remember is we WILL get through it. 

 

We are going to set you some tasks over the next two weeks that will be keep you occupied while you are at home. NOT just playing Xbox, PlayStation, Nintendo switch or any other console, you all know who I am talking about!!laugh

 

The tasks will involve doing practical things, researching topics that you are interested in and games that you can play with your families at home.

 

Fingers crossed the Sun will keep his hat on for a while, which means you should get outside and keep up your fitness that we have worked on in Leisure for Life. No laziness, you all know who I am talking about!! laugh If you and everyone in your household is feeling well, go for a walk around the your local area. If you can go out, stay 6 feet away from anyone else this is called 'Practicing social distance'. Remember your travel training.

Within your house you can perform:

  • Sit ups
  • Push ups,
  • Step ups on the stairs,
  • Star jumps

Keep active, you will feel better and you will sleep better.

 

Task for week beginning Monday 23rd March:

 

First up we have a practical task, I would like you to complete a mile walk outside while practicing social distancing, 2 or 3 times next week. Bring a family member, a pet (unless its a goldfish, that would just look weird ) or a Luke Skywalker cuddly toy (You know who you are)laugh

 

If you can not make it outside, I would like you to perform a number of exercises in your house 2 or 3 times next week:

 

  • 10 Sit ups
  • 10 Push ups (these can be done with your knees on the ground, back straight, head up and with your hands on the ground bend at the elbows.)
  • 10 star jumps

 

Mrs McKee, Mrs Murdoch and I will be in touch over the next number of weeks via Google Classroom, make sure you continue to check in with us. I'm sure there may be a few random quiz questions put up, so be sure to answer. If anyone has stories to share or ideas about what you could do at home while we are off, please feel free to share them with us on Google Classroom. We will post information about the future tasks on this website so keep checking, we wouldn't want you to miss out.

 

Finally Year 14 remember to smile, keep your body and mind active, be safe and WASH YOUR HANDS while singing We Will Rock You by Queen. See below.

 

Mrs Murdoch has been training the latest life saving recruits. The pupils have been checking for dangers, responses and delivering CPR.

Mrs Murdoch has been training the latest life saving recruits. The pupils have been checking for dangers, responses and delivering CPR. 1
Mrs Murdoch has been training the latest life saving recruits. The pupils have been checking for dangers, responses and delivering CPR. 2
Mrs Murdoch has been training the latest life saving recruits. The pupils have been checking for dangers, responses and delivering CPR. 3
Mrs Murdoch has been training the latest life saving recruits. The pupils have been checking for dangers, responses and delivering CPR. 4
Mrs Murdoch has been training the latest life saving recruits. The pupils have been checking for dangers, responses and delivering CPR. 5
Mrs Murdoch has been training the latest life saving recruits. The pupils have been checking for dangers, responses and delivering CPR. 6

Year 14 took the bus from Donaghadee to Bloomfield Shopping Centre for travel training. We had made shopping lists for our DIY class, and found lots of bargains (as well as stopping off for a McDonalds)!

Year 14 working with Extern and the PSNI during our community and volunteering day. This week the pupils found out about, Police bike patrols around North Down. The pupils also had the opportunity to use the speed gun, on vehicles outside the school gates. Finally they all had the opportunity to get into the holding cell in the back of the Police van. Fortunately they were all very sorry for their crimes and were released without charge

Year 14 working with Extern and the PSNI during our community and volunteering day. This week the pupils found out about, Police bike patrols around North Down. The pupils also had the opportunity to use the speed gun, on vehicles outside the school gates. Finally they all had the opportunity to get into the holding cell in the back of the Police van. Fortunately they were all very sorry for their crimes and were released without charge 1
Year 14 working with Extern and the PSNI during our community and volunteering day. This week the pupils found out about, Police bike patrols around North Down. The pupils also had the opportunity to use the speed gun, on vehicles outside the school gates. Finally they all had the opportunity to get into the holding cell in the back of the Police van. Fortunately they were all very sorry for their crimes and were released without charge 2
Year 14 working with Extern and the PSNI during our community and volunteering day. This week the pupils found out about, Police bike patrols around North Down. The pupils also had the opportunity to use the speed gun, on vehicles outside the school gates. Finally they all had the opportunity to get into the holding cell in the back of the Police van. Fortunately they were all very sorry for their crimes and were released without charge 3
Year 14 working with Extern and the PSNI during our community and volunteering day. This week the pupils found out about, Police bike patrols around North Down. The pupils also had the opportunity to use the speed gun, on vehicles outside the school gates. Finally they all had the opportunity to get into the holding cell in the back of the Police van. Fortunately they were all very sorry for their crimes and were released without charge 4
Year 14 working with Extern and the PSNI during our community and volunteering day. This week the pupils found out about, Police bike patrols around North Down. The pupils also had the opportunity to use the speed gun, on vehicles outside the school gates. Finally they all had the opportunity to get into the holding cell in the back of the Police van. Fortunately they were all very sorry for their crimes and were released without charge 5
Year 14 working with Extern and the PSNI during our community and volunteering day. This week the pupils found out about, Police bike patrols around North Down. The pupils also had the opportunity to use the speed gun, on vehicles outside the school gates. Finally they all had the opportunity to get into the holding cell in the back of the Police van. Fortunately they were all very sorry for their crimes and were released without charge 6
Year 14 working with Extern and the PSNI during our community and volunteering day. This week the pupils found out about, Police bike patrols around North Down. The pupils also had the opportunity to use the speed gun, on vehicles outside the school gates. Finally they all had the opportunity to get into the holding cell in the back of the Police van. Fortunately they were all very sorry for their crimes and were released without charge 7
Year 14 working with Extern and the PSNI during our community and volunteering day. This week the pupils found out about, Police bike patrols around North Down. The pupils also had the opportunity to use the speed gun, on vehicles outside the school gates. Finally they all had the opportunity to get into the holding cell in the back of the Police van. Fortunately they were all very sorry for their crimes and were released without charge 8
Year 14 working with Extern and the PSNI during our community and volunteering day. This week the pupils found out about, Police bike patrols around North Down. The pupils also had the opportunity to use the speed gun, on vehicles outside the school gates. Finally they all had the opportunity to get into the holding cell in the back of the Police van. Fortunately they were all very sorry for their crimes and were released without charge 9
Year 14 working with Extern and the PSNI during our community and volunteering day. This week the pupils found out about, Police bike patrols around North Down. The pupils also had the opportunity to use the speed gun, on vehicles outside the school gates. Finally they all had the opportunity to get into the holding cell in the back of the Police van. Fortunately they were all very sorry for their crimes and were released without charge 10
Year 14 working with Extern and the PSNI during our community and volunteering day. This week the pupils found out about, Police bike patrols around North Down. The pupils also had the opportunity to use the speed gun, on vehicles outside the school gates. Finally they all had the opportunity to get into the holding cell in the back of the Police van. Fortunately they were all very sorry for their crimes and were released without charge 11
Year 14 working with Extern and the PSNI during our community and volunteering day. This week the pupils found out about, Police bike patrols around North Down. The pupils also had the opportunity to use the speed gun, on vehicles outside the school gates. Finally they all had the opportunity to get into the holding cell in the back of the Police van. Fortunately they were all very sorry for their crimes and were released without charge 12
Year 14 working with Extern and the PSNI during our community and volunteering day. This week the pupils found out about, Police bike patrols around North Down. The pupils also had the opportunity to use the speed gun, on vehicles outside the school gates. Finally they all had the opportunity to get into the holding cell in the back of the Police van. Fortunately they were all very sorry for their crimes and were released without charge 13

Year 13 and 14 enjoying their reward for working hard during the term.

Year 13 and 14 enjoying their reward for working hard during the term. 1
Year 13 and 14 enjoying their reward for working hard during the term. 2

Year 14 working on assembling the Maire Curie daffodils as part of their volunteering in the community.

Year 14 working on assembling the Maire Curie daffodils as part of their volunteering in the community. 1
Year 14 working on assembling the Maire Curie daffodils as part of their volunteering in the community. 2

Year 13 and 14 building confidence and self-esteem. They decided to talk to classmates, that they do not usually talk to.

Year 13 and 14 building confidence and self-esteem. They decided to talk to classmates, that they do not usually talk to. 1
Year 13 and 14 building confidence and self-esteem. They decided to talk to classmates, that they do not usually talk to. 2
Year 13 and 14 building confidence and self-esteem. They decided to talk to classmates, that they do not usually talk to. 3
Year 13 and 14 building confidence and self-esteem. They decided to talk to classmates, that they do not usually talk to. 4
Year 13 and 14 building confidence and self-esteem. They decided to talk to classmates, that they do not usually talk to. 5
Year 13 and 14 building confidence and self-esteem. They decided to talk to classmates, that they do not usually talk to. 6
Year 13 and 14 building confidence and self-esteem. They decided to talk to classmates, that they do not usually talk to. 7

Year 13 and 14 building confidence and self-esteem. They decided to talk to classmates, that they do not usually talk to.

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Year 13 and 14 Leisure for Life. Yoga.

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Year 13 and 14 Leisure for Life. Yoga.

Year 13 and 14 Leisure for Life. Yoga. 1
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Year 13 and 14 Leisure for Life. Yoga. 3
Year 13 and 14 Leisure for Life. Yoga. 4
Year 13 and 14 Leisure for Life. Yoga. 5

This week in DIY, Year 14 learned how to unscrew a plug and change the fuse!

This week in DIY, Year 14 learned how to unscrew a plug and change the fuse!  1
This week in DIY, Year 14 learned how to unscrew a plug and change the fuse!  2
This week in DIY, Year 14 learned how to unscrew a plug and change the fuse!  3

Volunteering and Community Social Action Project

Volunteering and Community Social Action Project 1 Yr14 with Rebecca from Cancer Fund for Children NI
Year 14 have chosen Cancer Fund for Children NI as their charity for their Social Action Project. Rebecca from the Cancer Fund charity visited school this week to give them some background information on what they do and why they need the money. She also helped the group brainstorm what they need to do to put their fundraising ideas into action. The pupils have decided to do a street collection in Donaghadee and also a sponsored walk, both of which will take place in the summer term. In the meantime, they will work on planning and creating their publicity materials so they’re all ready for the events.
Be prepared to dig deep when the time comes to support this worthy cause!

In DIY, Year 14 have started learning about home maintenance. Today, we focussed on buying and changing lightbulbs.

Year 14 have been working very hard in DIY classes this year. They started by creating questionnaires to learn more about their ‘customer’. Next, pupils came up with some mood boards and design ideas for their personalised up-cycled chair. After lots of sanding, painting, varnishing, computer aided design, and decoupage... it was finally time to surprise the teachers with the chairs for their young children. As you can see from the photos, they LOVED their surprises! Well done Year 14!

During their Volunteering the last few weeks with Abbeyfield & Wesley, Year 14 have planted Spring bulbs, promoted the Supported Living facility at Bloomfields and helped put up their Christmas trees.

Public Transport Travel Training - Year 14 training with Translink on the Translink Safety Bus

Yr14 wearing odd socks for anti bullying week 🧦🧦🧦

Yr14 wearing odd socks for anti bullying week 🧦🧦🧦 1 Feet belong to Matthew, Tyler and Mrs Murdoch

Year 14 receive certificates on their final day at the foodbank for their volunteering throughout the term.

Year 14 helped run a Foodbank Flydrive at Asda Bangor. They handed out leaflets and talked to customers about the Foodbank and what they could donate. They collected enough donations for 1,250 meals to be distributed by the Foodbank to our local community. What a fantastic day and Well Done to Year 14 who excelled themselves in dealing with the public.

Year 14 helped run a Foodbank Flydrive at Asda Bangor. They handed out leaflets and talked to customers about the Foodbank and what they could donate. They collected enough donations for 1,250 meals to be distributed by the Foodbank to our local community. What a fantastic day and Well Done to Year 14 who excelled themselves in dealing with the public. 1 Foodbank Flydrive at Asda Bangor
Year 14 helped run a Foodbank Flydrive at Asda Bangor. They handed out leaflets and talked to customers about the Foodbank and what they could donate. They collected enough donations for 1,250 meals to be distributed by the Foodbank to our local community. What a fantastic day and Well Done to Year 14 who excelled themselves in dealing with the public. 2 Foodbank Flydrive at Asda Bangor
Year 14 helped run a Foodbank Flydrive at Asda Bangor. They handed out leaflets and talked to customers about the Foodbank and what they could donate. They collected enough donations for 1,250 meals to be distributed by the Foodbank to our local community. What a fantastic day and Well Done to Year 14 who excelled themselves in dealing with the public. 3 Foodbank Flydrive at Asda Bangor

Year 14 Working out

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Year 14 Leisure for Life

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Year 14 helped the Foodbank NI, host a lunch for members of the local Retired And Free group (RAF).

Balancing Circuit for Cycling Proficiency

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Year 14 working on balance and building confidence to get on their bikes.

Year 14 working on balance and building confidence to get on their bikes. 1
Year 14 working on balance and building confidence to get on their bikes. 2
Year 14 working on balance and building confidence to get on their bikes. 3
Year 14 working on balance and building confidence to get on their bikes. 4
Year 14 working on balance and building confidence to get on their bikes. 5
Year 14 working on balance and building confidence to get on their bikes. 6

Year 14 started their Cycling Proficiency course today. First lesson was around bike maintenance and safety equipment.

Year 14 started their Cycling Proficiency course today.  First lesson was around bike maintenance and safety equipment. 1

Year 13 and 14 served tea, coffee and scones to our American visitors from the Salvador trust. Both year groups were fantastic hosts and an absolute credit to their families and the school!!

Year 13 and 14 served tea, coffee and scones to our American visitors from the Salvador trust. Both year groups were fantastic hosts and an absolute credit to their families and the school!! 1
Year 13 and 14 served tea, coffee and scones to our American visitors from the Salvador trust. Both year groups were fantastic hosts and an absolute credit to their families and the school!! 2
Year 13 and 14 served tea, coffee and scones to our American visitors from the Salvador trust. Both year groups were fantastic hosts and an absolute credit to their families and the school!! 3
Year 13 and 14 served tea, coffee and scones to our American visitors from the Salvador trust. Both year groups were fantastic hosts and an absolute credit to their families and the school!! 4
Year 13 and 14 served tea, coffee and scones to our American visitors from the Salvador trust. Both year groups were fantastic hosts and an absolute credit to their families and the school!! 5
Year 13 and 14 served tea, coffee and scones to our American visitors from the Salvador trust. Both year groups were fantastic hosts and an absolute credit to their families and the school!! 6
Year 13 and 14 served tea, coffee and scones to our American visitors from the Salvador trust. Both year groups were fantastic hosts and an absolute credit to their families and the school!! 7
Year 13 and 14 served tea, coffee and scones to our American visitors from the Salvador trust. Both year groups were fantastic hosts and an absolute credit to their families and the school!! 8
Year 13 and 14 served tea, coffee and scones to our American visitors from the Salvador trust. Both year groups were fantastic hosts and an absolute credit to their families and the school!! 9
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