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Thursday 21 March 2019, 2.00-3.00 pm

 

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    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

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Squash Success for Friends' Pupil

Congratulations to Friends’ School pupil Alana Jiandani who has recently been selected for the Ulster U15 Squash Team who will play in the Irish Junior Interprovincial Tournament which will take place in Cork on 8th-10th March 2019.

Open Morning 2019

Open Morning took place at Friends’ on Saturday 12th January and visitors were able to enjoy looking round classrooms and finding out about all the activities available at school.

(Pictured: Friends' pupils Bethany Au and Jessica Laird show Lucas Kyle from Pond Park Primary School around the Chemistry Department)

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GCSE Reception

Past pupil Morag Tinto returned as Guest of Honour at Friends’ GCSE Reception where Old Scholars’ Prize winners received their awards for outstanding achievement at GCSE level. Pupis who all gained A* grades in each of their ten subjects include Ethan Millar, Frances Atcheson, Alana Rogan, Rachel Geddis, Kate Boomer, Lara Hatwell and Ross Little.

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Speech Day at Friends' School

Speech Day was held at Friends’ School on Friday 7 September, when certificates and progress files were handed out to those who had completed AS and A-level examinations in 2018. The Guest of Honour was Neil Gibson, media commentator and Chief Economist for all Ireland at Ernst and Young. Neil was previously involved with Oxford Economics and was also head of the Northern Ireland Centre for Economic Policy at Ulster University.

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