One Kind Word
16/11/21

One Kind Word

St Louis is delighted to be supporting and promoting National Anti-bullying week this week.To promote the message, raise awareness of the issue and let all students know how to identify and deal with bullying we ran an internal Art and Poetry competition.The winners will be announced tomorrow 17th November.In the meantime, please take the time to watch this video about "One Kind Word" which highlights how we can all tackle bullying within school.One Kind Word

New Student Leaders Elected at St. Louis

St. Louis Grammar School, Kilkeel have recently announced the names of those students who have been elected to the posts of Head Boy and Girl and those who fill the roles of Deputy Head Boy and Girl.These prestigious posts are the result of the students, initially, being elected as a Senior Prefect during Year 13 by both peers and teachers. Applicants then undergo an application process which involves completing a detailed application forms and attending an interview with the Senior ...

St Louis Congratulate Irish Dance Champions

To be able to share marvellous successes with your teachers and classmates must be a proud experience for any young student. Three students at St. Louis Grammar School, Kilkeel, recently received plenty of pats on the back for their recent exploits in Killarney. Competing at the An Chomhdháil World Irish Dancing Championships in Killarney, the young Irish Dancing talents of Emma McArdle, Aoife McGrath and Eábha O’Hagan shone through in abundance. Year 14 student Emma McArdle, attained an amazing overall ...

Generation Innovation - Innovators of the future

In 2021, St Louis students Mark McVeigh and Roise McQuaid embarked on work experience with Generation Innovation, a programme designed for ambitious, innovative young people interested in up-skilling for the jobs of the future. Mark and Roise received ‘Design Thinking’ training over the course of 5 days in a facilitated virtual environment. They worked within a team made up of aspirational young leaders from across Northern Ireland, developing creative solutions to a business problem and pitching it to the partner ...

St Louis STEM Research Scholars

In the summer of 2021, talented and high achieving students Ella Peters and Mark McVeigh were successful in attaining a STEM Research Placement co-ordinated through Sentinus NI. Ella and Mark spent 4 weeks working with researchers at Queen’s University, Belfast, and professionals within the world of business completing a research project and developing subject knowledge and higher skills in quantitative analysis. The students were supported in their application by Mrs Elaine Cahill (Head of Mathematics) and Mrs Julie Devlin (Head ...