ETI Report

ETI Report

Parent(s) / Guardians,Please click the link below to see a letter from Sister Mary with the recent ETI report attached.ETI Inspection Report

Children's Mental Health Week

Children's Mental Health Week is run by children's mental health charity "Place to Be" to focus on the importance of lookingafter our emotional wellbeing from an early age. This year's theme is "Find your brave".Bravery comes in all shapes and sizes and is different for everyone. Bravery can be about sharing worries and asking forhelp, trying something new or pushing yourself outside your comfort zone. "Finding your brave" can build your confidence,self-esteem and make you feel good about yourself.

Year 10 and Year 12 Options Event 10th February 2020

The Year 10 and Year 12 Options Event for parents and pupils will take place on Monday 10th February.The Year 10 event will start at 9:30am and will finish at 12:00pm.The Year 12 event will start at 1:00pm and will finish at 3:30pm.This will be opportunity for parents and pupils to talk to Heads of Department and teachers to help in choosing Keys Stage 4 and Post-16 options.


Click here for the GCSE and A Level Options Booklets.Options Week Begins 13th January 2020.Pupils in year 10 and 12 will be given the opportunity to consider the GCSE and Post-16 / A Level options they will take next year.There will be a range of events taking place in school. Mr Brown and Mrs Devlin will explain to pupils the options process and highlight the key dates for pupils. Mrs Devlin will also speak to pupils about the importance of ...

Preparation is Key for the Future -  St. Louis Junior Prizegiving Ceremony

The Junior Prize-giving ceremony at St. Louis Grammar School Kilkeel is always a magnificent occasion which allows teachers and students an opportunity to celebrate their performances at Key Stage 3. An important event in any school calendar, Junior Prize-giving is the launch pad for further successes at GCSE and A Level. The celebrations may have a primary focus on academic achievement, but at St. Louis, other aspects of school life namely pastoral and extra-curricular achievements were also acknowledged. Head of ...