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Pupils charm with a fresh re-telling of timeless tale of A Christmas Carol

First published in London in 1843 (a mere 176 years ago!) this tale of hope and redemption has never been out of print; millions in the English –speaking world have found...

Wallace dozen set to be “Change Makers”

Twelve Year 13 students have volunteered to participate in the Habitat for Humanity Change Makers Project which will see pupils in Northern Ireland help to fund the building of...

Public Speaking Success!

Wallace High School Year 13 pupil Anna Woodside last week won the Lisburn and District Public Speaking Competition. Three Wallace pupils competed against girls from Rathmore,...

We met Pudsey (but we missed Barra!)

Have you ever seen the proverbial cloud of locusts? Few have but Year 8 pupils descending on tables crammed with delectable treats is probably something akin! Wallace’s bake...

Students complete Leadership Award

A key element of what we regard as “The Wallace Way” is empowering our young people through a wide variety of leadership opportunities; such opportunities may be linked to...

A Wallace “Washington diary”

The privations and terrors experienced by those who journeyed to the USA in earlier centuries bear little resemblance to the experiences of today’s pilgrims. An intrepid group...

UK German Connection – Pupil courses – Summer 2019

Wallace High Year 14 students, Holly Mackin and Olivia Palmer, and Year 12 students, Rachel McCullagh and Anneliese Whiteside,  recently took part in the UK German Connection...

DRAYNES FARM VISIT

On a bright October Tuesday the Year 11 Food and Nutrition classes enjoyed an informative (and fun) visit to the local Draynes Farm. Attractively attired in white coats, blue hair...

Great success in national History prize for Horrible Histories Club members

Three members of the Horrible Histories Club have won a prestigious national competition for young historians. The Young Historian Project seeks to encourage young people to be...

WALLACE CELEBRATES EUROPEAN DAY OF LANGUAGES!

The Modern Languages Department celebrated European Day of Languages 2019 in style with with an entire week of fun activities.  Year 8 pupils paid a visit to ‘la...