Camp Camilla returns to Lagan College this August!
Re: Camp Camilla 2017 (7 – 11 August 2017).
We are delighted to host Camp Camilla, an American style summer camp, again this year. The camp is open to young people aged 10 – 14 (those currently in P6 up to Year 10) and runs from 9am – 5pm Monday 7 August to Friday 11 August.
Click Here for the Camp information flyer!
The camp is not exclusive to Lagan College students, so feel free to spread the word and bring along friends and family members from other schools to join the fun. However, it is worth noting that attending the camp is an ideal opportunity for new students to become familiar with the school site and get to know students due to start or already attending the school.
This year’s camp activities include Ceramic art, Dance, Drama, Music, Stage Make-up, Tennis, Golf, Soccer, Basketball, Science and Technology and Design. All activities are led by experts in their field who hold the relevant qualifications to lead the activity.
A packed lunch is required each day and there will be a tuck shop open at break and lunch times.
If interested, simply complete the registration form (Click Here) or collect a form from Mrs Thomson at the Student’s Entrance and return to Mrs Grant at Lagan College by 30 June to avoid disappointment.
The camp is also delivering Dance Masterclass sessions for dancers aged 11-16. These sessions can be selected as part of Camp Camilla or selected as a stand-alone activity from 3pm – 5pm.
Monday – Thursday with a final showcase on Friday at 1.30pm, at a cost of £20.
Mrs L Grant
Head of Junior School
The window for the GL (PPTC) Assessment applications is now open – please visit our Admissions Page for the relevant information and documents.
Year 8 Success At Environmental Youth Speak competition 2017
Two of our Year 8 students represented Lagan College at the 2017 Environmental Youth Speak competition. The event took place in Lagan Valley Island hosted by Lisburn & Castlereagh City Council.
The aim of the competition, organised by the Council’s Waste Management Section, is to encourage environmental awareness among young people by providing them with an opportunity to research and debate environmental issues.
Kirsten Beattie and Sophie Browne, students in Miss Smyth’s Year 8 English class, prepared a speech on the topic of ‘Don’t Bin It, Bring It!’ The speech was highly praised by the judging panel of council representatives, so much so that the girls went on to win the senior section of the competition for Lagan College!
Both girls were delighted to receive their £100 cash award and the school received £200 in cash also. Well done Sophie and Kirsten!
You can watch their winning speech below:
Congratulations to our U15 boys Basketball team, who were crowned All Ireland Champions on Monday afternoon!
Well done to all the boys and to Mr Connolly and Mr Murray!
Congratulations to our Year 8 Readathon winners!
As a year group they raised £3788.04 this year for CLIC Sargent in Northern Ireland, Roald Dahl’s Marvellous Children’s Charity and Together for Short Lives, taking our school total to over £41,200 during the last 12 years.
Pictured with Ms M Bell, Dr McConnell (Head of Year 8), Catriona McCabe Year 13, Frederic Mathieu Year 13, Jana McCarthy (CLIC Sargent in Northern Ireland), and Mr Mathison (Head of Year 8) are our top fundraisers this year, all from Mrs Mills 😯 group:
Ruby Eastwood & Evan Camack who were tied for 2nd place with £100 each, and Malachi Finch who raised an amazing £113.30!
Well done to all involved for everything raised, and especially to the brilliant Ms Bell for running Readathon each year!
Congratulations to our Eco Team, who were today awarded an unparalleled 5th Eco-Schools Northern Ireland Green Flag!
Added to our UK Eco Ambassador School status, we are incredibly proud of the work done by our entire school community, but particular congratulations to Lucy, Nicholas, Alannah, Rebekah and their Eco team, Sophie and Kirsten from Year 8, and of course to Mr McLaughlin and “Special Guest Advisor” Mr Patton!
Thanks to ER&M for bringing their University Roadshow to Lagan College yesterday, giving students the opportunity to discover more University options!
Congratulations to our U18 Hockey team, who are now the Northern Ireland Champions!
The girls came back from 2-0 down to win 5-3 on penalty flicks, and were then honoured at a special assembly the next morning – well done girls!
Congratulations to all involved with World Book Day, especially our brilliant English Department!