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We strive to create a caring environment with high expectations in relation to learning, achievement and discipline. We also aim to instil in our young people the confidence to make a positive contribution to their own lives and that of their local and national community. Please take this opportunity to explore the many opportunities St. Comhghall’s College can offer.
Head Boy and Head Girl receiving the award from Stephen Savage, New Driver N.I.
St Comhghall’s College, Lisnaskea receive top Northern Ireland Road Safety Award
Northern Ireland’s road safety champions were officially recognised for their contribution to helping reduce the incidence of death and injury on our roads.
Students making the news!!
Some of our Year 9 pupils have taken on the role of journalists, preparing news stories for BBC School News Report over the last few months and they are now ready to share! They learnt many new skills with regards to making the news at the BBC workshop they recently attended here at school. Their hard work and dedication to this task has undoubtedly paid off. Well done to all involved!
STEM - Using Mathematics
Incentivising STEM Innovation: Using Mathematics Today’s world is rapidly changing, not least because of advances in technology. This means that the demand for the M in STEM continues to increase. The Northern Ireland curriculum is cognizant of this and has the use of Mathematics as a cross-curricular skill right across the various Areas of Learning that make up the curriculum.
Following the success of CCEA’s Incentivising STEM Innovation programme in previous years, in 2015/16 we worked with seven teachers from a variety of post-primary schools to seek new and innovative ways to promote teaching and learning in Mathematics across the curriculum. The main aim was to affect change in the classroom, creating a shift in behaviours by making learning Mathematics more relevant and enjoyable, and to share this with teachers across Northern Ireland.
Mrs Collins displaying her fantastic iPad skills using the drop scales within her classes - Well done! Follow the link to see our students in action!