Old Scholars’ Association President’s Dinner

Malone House, Friday 7 September 2022 at 7.30pm

After dinner entertainment featuring the Shamrock Tenors

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 Contact Details

If you need to speak to someone about a pastoral issue, please call the school office to be directed to your Collect teacher or Year Head. Alternatively, you can reach a senior member of staff via the pastoral email pastoral@friendsschoollisburn.org.uk

If you need to report a Covid-related issue when school is closed please email pastoral@friendsschoollisburn.org.uk. This account is monitored outside normal working hours, including weekends.

Please email attendance@friendsschoollisburn.org.uk to inform the school about any pupil absence.

For all other queries please email office@friends.lisburn.ni.sch.uk.  

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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.

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Aims & Values

Friends’ School owes its continuity and stability to its foundation by the Religious Society of Friends. Therefore each individual is valued as of equal standing before God and a sense of social awareness is encouraged through service to others.

Our aim is to provide an environment in which pupils, staff and parents are committed to the idea of excellence within a caring, supportive community.

We seek:
• to enable all pupils to develop their academic potential and interests to the fullest extent.
• to provide a broad and balanced curriculum relevant to the needs of our pupils.
• to foster the self-esteem of pupils and staff.
• to encourage the moral and spiritual development of our pupils.
• to establish a partnership between the School, the parents and the local community.
• to prepare pupils for adult life

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Congratulations to Jenny Waring, Isabella Monaghan and Grace Wilson representing NCU U15s against Leinster and North West Region at Campbell College today. 🇲🇱🏏🇲🇱
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Congratulations to past pupil Lauren Irwin who recently played in the first ever women’s varsity match to be played on the main square at Lords! 🇲🇱🏏🇲🇱
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Congratulations to all prize winners today in Final Assembly! Hope you all have a fantastic summer and enjoy your holidays!
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A few photos of the Year 9 Fun Day and BBQ last Saturday. A fantastic morning! Thanks must go to the PTA and PathwaysActivities for their support. More photos available on the PTA Facebook. Have a great summer!
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Best wishes to Norman Gamble, Heather Scott, Vivien Black, Paula McPoland and Rodney McCrea on their retirement. Farewell and all the best to Claire Kingston and Hannah McKnight who are moving on to different schools.
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Year 11 Food and Nutrition cheesecake practical.

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