Sixth Form Entry
The College continues to offer opportunities for students to take a wide range of Applied and Academic A Levels. Click here for more information.
In order to help students to prepare for success this school year, every student is provided with Microsoft Office free of charge. With Office 365, you will now have access to the latest version of Word, Excel, PowerPoint and much more. Click here for more information.
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Year 8 footballers - double cup winners
Cullybackey Year 8 team rounded off an excellent year with a 2-1 win over Dunclug in the North Antrim Schools' Cup Final. It was an end to end nail-biting encounter, which could have gone either way with lots of hard work being put in from both sides.
Last SU of 2017
This week, Cullybackey SU had their last meeting. It was a small gathering as a lot of pupils were at other school events (Cullybackey College is a very busy place!), but we had a lot of fun together, with Miss Sheppard leading us in games.
PTA Table Quiz and Pudding Night
Thursday 23rd March saw a good crowd gathered in for the PTA Table Quiz and Pudding Night. Mr Manson took charge of the evening and made a brilliant quiz master. Puddings were enjoyed by all and some managed seconds and maybe even thirds!!
Sixth Form study at Cullybackey College
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Prince's Trust Celebration
12A5 attended a Celebration event held for Prince's Trust Pupils who have performed especially well throughout their course. They enjoyed bowling, lunch and ice skating at Dundonald Ice Bowl. Thanks to Prince's Trust for organising the event.
Great win for U13 Rugby Team
The Under 13 rugby squad produced a great win in their home game against Slemish College. Having trained non-stop every Wednesday afternoon from January staff were delighted to see the boys applying their skills to a competitive game.
GCSE History WW1 Battlefields visit
GCSE History students and staff made their European visit to the First World War Battlefields of France and Belgium in February / March 2017. The poignant setting for this trip was encapsulated by the continuation of centenary commemorations of the "war to end all wars".
Survey of parents
As a school we are keen to listen to our key stakeholders – parents, students and teachers to help us to be the best school that we can be – creating opportunities for the success of our students. The partnership that parents play in this process is extremely valuable and we would like to ask parents to please take a few moments to answer some questions so that we can get some feedback about what you think about the school. The survey is anonymous, though you do have the opportunity of adding your name, if you wish to do so.
The survey will be available online for the next 2 weeks.
You can access the survey clicking here.
Romance for Romania
School Council were involved in a fundraiser for Romania on Valentine’s Day, when they personally delivered cards to pupils. A posting collection service was set up in the senior cloakroom area during lunchtimes a week in advnace of the big day!
Open Nights 2017
We welcomed prospective P6 and P7 pupils on the 23rd and 24th of January. Pupils and parents enjoyed a brief introduction to the college given by Mr Donaldson. This was followed by a tour, giving pupils the opportunity to see each department in action.
On Friday 20th January, 2017, we welcomed around 700 pupils from our feeder primary schools to. This event provided pupils with an insight into science and technology, with lots of fun demonstrations and hands-on activities.
Welcome to Cullybackey College!
'Life at CC' -competition winner
We recently distributed the new 'Life at CC' magazine to P7 pupils in our feeder primary schools. Congratulations to Joshua who won the competition! We were pleased to present him with a £25 iTunes voucher during one of our Open Nights.
Our PE Department continued their array of events this year with an eagerly anticipated trip to the Kingspan Stadium. Fifty one eager pupils from all year groups visited the stadium, where they were treated to a tour followed by some educational workshops.