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Cullybackey College Drama Club - Anti bullying Performance
The CCDC acted out a dynamic anti-bullying performance for Junior Assembly. The piece portrayed the effects of bullying both on the victims and the bully. The performance included strong movement pieces alongside a thought-provoking story.
Miss Sheppard shares the message at SU
Scripture Union met after school on Wednesday and was led by Miss Sheppard who spoke about our verse for the year from Jeremiah. There was a fun "guess the character" game to get everyone talking and of course hot chocolate!
Skills Northern Ireland Event
Cullybackey College attended the Skills Northern Ireland Event held in the Titanic Exhibition Centre in Belfast. Pupils from Year 12 and 13 took the opportunity to get information about the work of work and training opportunities.
Year 12 circuits
The year 12 GCSE PE class have recently completed their Circuits practical assessments. The class have been busy since the start of Year 11, undertaking practical activities including Archery, SAQ, hockey, football, netball, athletics and now their circuits.
Year 12s suffer heartbreaking defeat
The Year 12 football team played out their Mid Antrim Cup quarter final tie in determined fashion against cup holders Dunclug College, eventually bowing out by four goals to one. It was an entertaining affair for Christopher Jamison's men.
Year 9 footballers on a roll
The year 9 team continued their great start to the season with a comprehensive 7-0 victory over Slemish College. With Captain Robbie Gilchrist missing it was vice-captain Scott McCullough who took on the armband, and it appeared to give him added energy.
Year 9 hockey team off to a good start
The Year 9 hockey team played the first round of the Ballymena league against rivals Dunclug on Monday. The girls started off the game really well, with lots of energy and determination. This showed in the game as they spent most of the 1st half attacking.
Sports therapist visits Year 14 pupils
Year 14 OCR Level 3 Sport pupils had the pleasure of meeting well know Sports Therapist Gordon McCartney at a recent discussion seminar held in Cullybackey College. As part of their course they are studying Sports Injuries and Athletes Lifestyle Units.
Cullybackey’s Hannah Galloping for Success
Cullybackey College’s Year 13 student, and avid member of the College’s Show Jumping team, is about to travel to the other side of the world as she heads off to compete in Australia as part of the Great British Mounted Games Team.
Year 9 off to a good start
Cullybackey College’s Year 9 team started off their season on 26th September, with an excellent 3-1 win against Parkhall. Goals from Jamie Morrow, Charlie Knowles and Diego Fletcher in the first half, were enough to seal a comfortable win.
Cullybackey suffers cup defeat
Our senior football team made an unfortunate early cup exit, following a defeat by Corpus Christie. Playing on an artificial surface, on a windy day was always going to pose problems for both sets of players but the Falls Road men made the brighter start.
Cullybackey pupils star with the All Stars
Three of our footballers have been enjoying success with Ballymena United. Shannon Law, Chardonnay Caulfield and Levi Greer have been displaying their footballing talent on Friday nights and Saturday mornings, helping the Ballymena outfit to some success.
Celebrating Sporting Success at Cullybackey
Cullybackey College's annual Sports' Assembly took place during September, to celebrate all Sports within the College during 2015-16. Throughout the year netball, hockey, football, cross country, basketball and athletics continued to flourish.
Celebrating Languages at Cullybackey College
We celebrated the European Day of Languages on Monday 26th September. In 2001 the European Council set up the day to celebrate and promote language learning and diversity. Year 8 students learnt some new and interesting facts about Europe.