Wallace High School Upper Sixth pupils provided a festive end of term treat for the entire school community by serving up two tasty helpings of their “Christmas Pie”. Christmas Pie is a long standing Wallace tradition, with the end of term show being enjoyed in the Clonevin Park School for over thirty years.
Wallace high School Lower Sixth students recently had the opportunity to take part in a master class with well known local broadcaster Pete Snodden. The students, who are studying Moving Image Arts at AS level, thoroughly enjoyed working with the Cool FM DJ.
Last month the Upper Sixth Moving Image Arts class received a surprise visit from a well known TV and radio presenter for the BBC. William Crawley has presented many successful TV shows such as ‘dying for a drink’ William presented a detailed, behind the scenes look at ‘Blueprint’, a three-part natural history television series, which ran last Spring.
Wallace High School teachers staged a break time extravaganza last week to entertain their pupils and to raise money for Children in Need. They decided to embrace Children in need’s Call to “do something different” by displaying their talents to a packed assembly hall.
Ten former Wallace High School students gathered at the Clonevin Park School this week for the inaugural meeting of the Past Choristers’ Society. Former Head boy, Gareth Patterson, a second year medical student at Queen’s University, explained, “We all had amazing times as members of the chamber choir, Cappella, and enjoyed performances here in Northern Ireland...
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