College News: 2018 Open Night At Coleraine College Postponed to Thursday 18th January at 6.30pm
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Open Night Postponed to Thur 18th Jan
Given the severe weather warnings for heavy snow this evening, we have taken the decision to postpone our Open Night in the interests of the safety of pupils, parents and staff. Open Night will be rescheduled for Thursday 18th January at 1830. We hope to see you all there.
Pupils will still be released at 1200 today and all pupils will be in school all day tomorrow.
Thank you for your understanding
College Inspection Report Published
Coleraine College is pleased to officially announce the outcomes of its recent inspection. The Education and Training Inspectorate carried out a follow-up inspection of the school just before the Halloween break which resulted in an extremely positive and glowing report of all aspects of the school's provision. The official finding of the Inspection concluded that “Coleraine College demonstrates the capacity to identify and bring about improvement in the interest of all the learners.” This reflects the new grading system that ETI use which is the equivalent of the old grading of “Very Good/Good”.
College Principal, Mr Marsh, was absolutely delighted with the findings. He praised staff and pupils at the school, commenting that “this inspection report recognises the commitment and dedication of everyone at Coleraine College to raise standards of attainment by providing high quality teaching and learning in a supportive and caring environment. Well done to everyone on achieving this excellent report”.
On Wednesday 20th April the Year 10 students from Coleraine College headed off on a school trip to the Somme Heritage Centre and Crumlin Road Gaol. Throughout the year students have been studying World War I in detail, building their own trenches and the Somme Centre gave them the opportunity to see what life in the Trenches was actually like. Read more here
Coleraine College Students on Nolan Live
Four 6th Form students, Chelsea Moore, Philip Gordon, Shane Rodgers and Lauren Hutchison were part of the audience of students from across the province who took part in a live TV debate last week. Read more here