GL Results – Saturday 31st January

GL Results will be issued on Saturday 31 January 2015 by Royal Mail post. In the event that your son/daughter does not receive the outcome of the GL assessment by midday, please feel free to telephone the school office on 028 90401810. The College will be open from 12 noon – 2 pm for the collection of results only.

GL Special Provision

Click Here to Download the PPTC Special Provision Form (SP1 2015)

You may be eligible to complete a GL Special Provision form (SP1) and attach it to your child’s Transfer Form if your child has:

1    Received at least half or his/her education in primary school outside Northern Ireland;

2    Transferred from a school outside Northern Ireland

3    Been unable to sit the GL Assessment or Supplementary Assessment due to serious medical problems

Lagan College will only accept GL Special Provision Forms received by Wednesday 4 March 2015 before the Transfer process begins. GL Special Provision forms will be considered by Lagan College’s Board of Governors for any child making an application to the College if the form is attached to the Transfer Form. Please consult with your child’s Primary School Principal or Mrs McNamee, Principal of Lagan College, if you require advice.



Carol Service 2014

The Carol Service last night was absolutely stunning! The service could not get any better with choir, orchestra, instrumental pieces and readings all delivered by our gifted and talented students. Mr McFadden spoke poignantly about the school and the message of hope in relation to our integrated ethos. We would like to thank all the many staff who made last night possible, and also extend our huge appreciation to Knock Presbyterian for hosting us so kindly.

Mrs McNamee


Nicholas Speaks At Keeping Northern Ireland Beautiful Jubilee

Last Thursday I attended Keep Northern Ireland Beautiful’s jubilee event at Stormont, along with Patrick Beatty and Miss Wightman, and many famous faces there including Anna Lo and David Meade. While visiting the event I had to act as the 2028 Northern Ireland Environment Minister which was really fun! The main focus of my speech was about how I had been made redundant, since my job was no longer required – the citizens of Northern Ireland now maintaining the environment together with “Keep Northern Ireland Beautiful”, along with the many successes and benefits we had made as a government toward the Northern Ireland environment.

Keep Northern Ireland Beautiful can trace its origins back 60 years to 1954 when it was established by the Federation of Women’s Institutes from the beginnings of an anti-litter campaign. In 2000 TIDY Northern Ireland became an independent charity and this year they have rebranded themselves with the new name “Keep Northern Ireland Beautiful”. It was a fantastic day!

Nicholas, Year 12

Emma Wins Commonwealth Bronze!

Congratulations to Year 14 student Emma McCartney on achieving a Taekwondo Bronze Medal at the 2014 Commonwealth Championships in Edinburgh at the weekend. She scored an impressive 6.5 with the winner from Singapore scoring 6.7 in a field of 24 competitors. 

Emma has also been added by the British Olympic Association as “one to watch”!

Well done Emma!


Public Speaking Winners

The Year 13 Public Speaking and Debating Team won the Business and Professional Women’s Public Speaking Competition on Tuesday 18th November 2014, beating stiff competition from Victoria College, Shimna Integrated College, Belfast High School and Dromore High School.

As Belfast Champions, the team now go forward to represent Lagan College at the Northern Ireland Final in February 2015. Congratulations to Sam Howard, Ronan McCann and Jack Rainey who gave the performance of a lifetime!

Special thanks to Mrs Beckett and Miss Jess for preparing the team and supporting them during the event.


Fourth Green Flag Award!

Lagan College was today awarded a staggering fourth Eco Green Flag Award!

Congratulations to all our Eco Committee and Mr Patton for the deserved recognition of their work over the years throughout the old site, building site and beautiful new school site!

As Mrs McNamee said of the rainbow which appeared just before their photo, “it must be a sign!”