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St Benedict's College
5 Craigstown Rd
Randalstown,
Antrim, 
BT41 2AF

T: 028944 72411
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P6 Pupils Enjoy a Taste of Life in St Benedict’s College

We were delighted to welcome 273 excited P6 pupils from 7 of our feeder primary schools on Monday and Tuesday of this week. They were here to take part in a variety of fun workshops, designed to give them a “taste” of what we do in St Benedict’s College. Department workshops included: Science - “Having a Gas in Science” PE - “Commiting to Being Fit” Art – “Kool Kicks Shoe Design” Home Economics – “Hubble, Bubble, Toil and Truffle” ICT – “Code Destruction” Drama – “Serious Fun in Drama” Modern Languages – Irish “Magic Memory” and French “Funtastic French” Great fun was had by all.

Sports Day 2019

What a day we had at our Annual Sports Day on Wednesday 19th June. This eagerly anticipated event provides an excellent opportunity for our students to demonstrate their sporting talent and the progress they have made this year. If success can be measured in smiles, then this was a highly successful occasion. It was heart-warming to see the way our students encouraged and supported each other. The sporting values we work hard to promote, such as excellence, respect, determination and fairness, were certainly evident. Congratulations to everyone who made this day such a fun and memorable occasion.

The Junior Apprentice

The Braid Ballymena and Ballymena Town Centre Thursday 13th June 2019 Michelin Tyre PLC has been part of the local community for over 50 years, and as part of our legacy is committed to ensure this community continues to thrive through the support of Michelin Development Ltd. Working with local Councils and Enterprise Agencies, Invest NI and the Ulster Bank we are supporting small and medium size enterprises to grow and create new jobs, as well as attract major investors into the local Ballymena area. Longer term sustainability of economic growth will depend on future generations taking up the challenge of running a business in a fast-changing modern world. To encourage this Michelin Develop