Big thank you from

St Colm's High says farewell to students

Children at St Colm's High School Twinbrook St Colm's High School children
Children at St Colm's High School Twinbrook St Colm's High School children

THE PRINCIPAL of St Colm's High School, Imelda Jordan, has thanked the 170 Year 12 GCSE and year 14 A Level students for their time at the school at a leaving service for the students and their parents.

Ms Jordan thanked the students and their families for their hard work and commitment to the school and added: "I know, if past years examination results are anything to go by, that we will be seeing the vast majority of our Year 12s back on the next stage of our educational journey together." St Colm's now offers an ever expanding range of A' Levels as part of the continuing radical educational initiative with Malone College, Forthill College and the Belfast Metropolitan College

A further development this year will be a one year Ä Level offered on the St Colm's site in Hospitality and Beauty Therapy which will focus on the management aspects within these occupational areas.

Ms Jordan continued: "May I take this opportunity to wish you continuing success on your education journey for the majority of you who will continue into Higher Education and life's journey for those of you who decide to 'jump ship'.

"As a school we hope that you bring the same distinction to whatever path you choose as you brought to us as a school and the Colin Community as a whole during your time here at St Colm's.

"We trust and believe that we have played our part in providing you with the necessary skills and abilities to be a success whatever you choose to do and we hope that you have happy memories of your time here with us," she concluded.

The graduation ended with mass and the handing out of progress files.

Ulster Star