Start of Autumn Term 2018

Tuesday 28 August

Half Day for Year 14

9.00-12.25 starting in the Assembly Hall

Mentors are required to be in school until 3.00

 

Wednesday 29 August

Half Day for Year 8

8.45-12.25 starting in the Assembly Hall

 

Thursday 30 August

Full Day for all pupils

8.45-3.30 starting in Collect Rooms

  • 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

Latest News

Rowing for Friends' School

Eden Wilson and Olivia White from Year 10 represented Friends’ School Lisburn at the Irish Schools Rowing Regatta in Limerick recently. The girls did very well, finishing second in their race! 

Fundraising for Marie Curie

Friends’ School has managed to raise £200 through the sale of un-named and un-claimed items in Lost Property this year.

Pictured: Lesley Mills, Classroom Assistant who looks after Lost Property, Emma Corry, Community Fundraiser for Marie Curie and Jenny Fitzsimmons is one of the Prefects who helps in Lost Property.

Spring Concert at Ulster Hall

Friends’ School Spring Concert in the Ulster Hall this year was an emotional affair, especially for our Upper Sixth pupils.  Everyone was busy early on with attempts to co-ordinate almost 300 pupils moving around the stage.  Finally, the evening of the concert arrived.

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Bumper Week for FSL Hockey

Friends’ School girl’s hockey had a very busy, yet very successful week as the season began to come to a close. (The 2BXI captained by Ella Hickland, winners of The Gibson Cup)

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