Asidua & Fujitsu Visitors


The year 14 Business Studies (Double Award) Applied class recently had the pleasure of meeting with and learning from Eamonn O’ Neill a second year Apprentice Software Developer who works for the International company Fujitsu.

Representatives from this company have been visiting our department for the last ten years giving vital information to students for their Investing in People Unit.

Fujitsu are Championship Winners in this area and the expertise and information that Eamonn provided is important to our students’ success. Eamonn gave a very interesting presentation and answered many questions. Fujitsu are a valued industry link for the department and we would like to thank Eamonn and the company for all that they do to enhance our students’ education.


Asidua CEO Visits the Business Studies Department.

On Friday 28th Oct, our year 13 Applied Students had the great pleasure and honour of hearing from one of Northern Irelands most successful businessmen. Dr Steve Brankin is the former CEO of Asidua, an IT Services company. Steve gave up his time once again to give a very informative and interesting presentation on the Enterprising Manager, something which he himself personifies. Steve ensured students are aware of how important it is to be enterprising when managing staff and how their motivation and satisfaction in the workplace is vital to business success. Both the presentation and question and answer session gave our students a fantastic and practical insight into their classroom learning. The department would like to extend their thanks to Dr Brankin for his time and experience.


Mrs S Connor


Thank You David Meade!

A special ‘Thank You!’ to David Meade for officially kicking off our 35th Anniversary celebrations.
The entire school was enthralled, bamboozled and highly entertained for the whole afternoon!
And ‘Thank You’ also to Ulster Tatler for the great pictures – look out for lots more in a future edition!


Year 14 Visit University Open Days

As part of their Careers programme in school, all of our Year 14 students went to visit our two local universities at the end of last week.

On Thursday we went to the Ulster University campus, and on Friday it was the turn of Queen’s University Belfast in the morning and then on to Methody in the afternoon for their Higher Education Convention.

These Open Days are a real help to our students who are making their decisions about courses this year and completing UCAS forms.


Year 10 Visit STEM Module

Year 10 students enjoyed a fantastic microscopy workshop on the STEM module, and were privileged to see amazing images from the scanning electron microscope!

Check out our Science blog for more pictures and info:

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American Ireland Fund

Lagan College yesterday welcomed Ms Carla Stover from the American Ireland Fund.

Ms Stover is a great supporter and benefactor of Camp Camilla and integrated education and was keen to visit Lagan College as we start our 35th Anniversary!

She is pictured centre along with Mrs McNamee, some of the students who attend Camp Camilla, and Mrs Olwen Griffith from Camp Camilla.