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  • Welcome to Friends' School Lisburn online.
    Friends’ is one of nine Quaker schools in Britain and Ireland and shares a common heritage with each of them. Although the School has grown and changed since its foundation in 1774, the Quaker belief in care for the individual and in the importance of the development of each person's potential remains central to our ethos and helps us to cater successfully for the different traditions in the Lisburn area. We hope you enjoy exploring our website and finding out more about what goes on in School.

    Stephen Moore, Principal

FSL Videos

  • #ColourMeFSL

    Published on 29 Apr 2015
    The sunny afternoon of Wednesday the 22nd of April was made even brighter by the pupils and staff of Friends’ School Lisburn, as colour took to the skies during the Colour Me FSL fundraiser, which raised an estimated £11,000 for Habitat for Humanity NI.

    Edited and Produced by Matthew Lewis (Year 12).
    Executive Producer: Mr Stephen Robinson.
  • FSL Space Mission

    Published on 16 Dec 2013

    Friends' School Lisburn Space Invaders Project embarked on capturing footage from the edge of SPACE!

    Based on the literal sense of our school motto which is, 'seek the things that are above' pupils and staff worked together on the schools very first space mission!

    The balloon which carried our 'astronaut' reached a burst height of 33km above the surface of the earth. A school flag made up of over 1000 signatures from pupils and staff was also transported to the edge of space in the capsule.

    Friends' School wishes to thank the firms that sponsored this project who would like to remain anonymous. Without their generous support in funding the equipment including the balloon, parachute, helium and cameras - this project would not have been possible.

  • FSL LipDub

    Published on 12 Jan 2012
    Over 1000 people involved including pupils and staff highlighting the sense of community within Friends' School.

Latest News

FSL students goggle at Google Virtual Reality

FSL students in lecture theatre being treated to some Google VR

Students at Friends' School Lisburn were treated to a display of the latest Virtual Reality technology from Global IT giant Google last Tuesday (26th April). Friends’ School Lisburn were one of a very select group of schools in Northern Ireland to be hosting an ‘Expeditions’ event and it certainly proved to be fascinating insight into the world of virtual reality.

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Lower Sixth Economics Conference

University of Ulster held a Lower Sixth Economics Conference on Wednesday 13th April.  Pupils arrived to tea, coffee and scones before settling down to listen to some very interesting lectures on Market Failure, the NHS - is it affordable?, UK income and wealth inequality and UK fiscal policy.  Pupils found the content very relevant to their AS course.

Jordan Buchanan from the Economic Policy Centre Speaks to Sixth Form Economics and Business Studies

On Thursday 17th March Jordan Buchanan, who works for the Economic Policy Centre based at the University of Ulster, spoke to Sixth Form pupils.  The centre is an independent research centre focused on producing evidence based research to inform policy development and implementation.  The Centre’s work is relevant to government, business and the wider general public with the aim of engaging those who may previously have been disengaged from economic debate. 

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Year 13 Business Studies Trip - Chain Reaction Cycles

On the 14th and 16th March 2016, Year 13 Business Studies pupils visited Chain Reaction Cycles in Doagh.  Chain Reaction Cycles is the world's largest online bike store which has grown from a small family owned local bike shop, to a multi-channel online retailer distributing to over 120 countries daily with over 5 million units sold per year. 

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