St Benedict's College, Randalstown


Mark Cully, the PSNI School’s Liaison Officer, visited the College on Tuesday 9th April to speak to our Year 11 students about the negative effects that drugs and alcohol can have on everyday life. He highlighted the detrimental impact that they can have on one’s health, career prospects and general happiness. He went on to share strategies that would empower the students to make wise decisions and stay safe from drug and alcohol abuse.

St Benedict’s College would like to thank PC Cully for visiting the school, sharing his knowledge and offering his valuable advice to both students and staff.