ST. BENEDICT'S COLLEGE
COURSEWORK AND MODULAR EXAMS 2014
After School classes available for History and Art.
Easter Sunday is the most important day in the church calender. It is the day that we celebrate the Resurrection of Christ after his Crucifixion on Good Friday.
The College would
The Ballymena Borough Council opened the doors on Thursday 20th March in the Braid Centre for up to 100 school pupil councillors, drawn from each of the 10 schools in the Ballymena Learning Together co ... more
Parish Mission Day 5: Tonight we celebrate community life and over 50 groups in the parish will be represented. It's not to be missed!! All the children from the three schools are invited to att
Friday 13th March industrial Action means that no buses will be available to transport pupils to school. While INTO teachers Union are also on strike action this effects only a small number of
Extract taken from Irish Independent.
A MARATHON-running cleric has spoken of his surprise at being told he is Ireland's newest bishop.
Most Rev Donal McKeown, who was Auxi
Year 12’s took part in an interview skills day on the 11/02/2014. They had the opportunity to have a mock interview with local employers and organisations. Businesses and organisations gave up the
Year 9 pupils in St. Benedict's College recently
took part in a co-ordinated programme of Connected Learning on the theme of
‘Renewable Energies'. The pupils' timetable was adapted and the childre
During Assemblies this week St. Benedict's Pupils will celebrate Catholic Schools Week. The theme for Catholic Schools Week 2014 is Catholic Schools: Places of Faith and Learning. This theme was ... more
We invite everybody to join us next week in our exciting school production of "Mamma Mia".
The dates for this are Friday 17th - 7.30pm, Saturday 18th - 7.30pm and Sunday 4pm 19th January