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GCSE joy after another round of great results

Last Thursday’s rain couldn’t dampen the spirits of hundreds of young people celebrating their success at GCSE level. We visited some of our local schools on Thursday morning to share in their achievement. Our first stop was St Rose’s Dominican College where newly appointed Principal Michele McGurran was celebrating with her new charges. “I did […]

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High-flying pupils produce GCSE success

SOUTH Belfast schools are celebrating another crop of high-flying pupils, following GCSE result success. Following the trend

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West Belfast celebrates A- Level results

STUDENTS from West Belfast were among thousands celebrating their A-Level results last week.

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Mark me in at the school across the border

Like Jude Collins (keep reading, he’s in this week’s edition too), I’m a big fan of John O’Dowd’s proposal to allow people along the border to educate their children in the school they prefer – regardless of what state it sits in.

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Budding filmmakers put themselves in frame for movie success

MANY pupils across South Belfast associate ‘horror’ with their GCSE’s and A-Levels, but an increasing number are finding that horror movies are the answer to getting top marks.

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Our schools and pupils excel with top GCSE results

WEST Belfast schools and pupils are celebrating after another round of top GCSE results. As the envelopes were being peeled open last Thursday

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