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Wallace celebrate success at IET Faraday Challenge Day

The IET Faraday programme has been developed by the Institution of Engineering and Technology, Europe’s largest professional organisation in the field. Its aim is “ to...

Boys’ hockey tour to Rotterdam

A group of thirty four junior boys hockey players and four staff returned recently from a highly successful tour to Holland where they played matches against top clubs, as well as...

Wallace Listed in UK Top 50 Educational Technology Schools

A decade of educational innovation which began in a snow-bound Edinburgh today reached a key celebratory landmark in the splendour of the House of Lords. Ten years ago Wallace...

STEM SUCCESS

Could you be successful in the pharmaceutical industry?  This was the question asked to Year 14 Chemistry students in September by Almac Group’s STEM Outreach Manager, Dr...

¡Saludos desde Barcelona!

Forty pupils and four staff from The Wallace High School recently returned from a thoroughly enjoyable educational tour to Barcelona. Hopes of sunshine were dashed by a rainy...

Wallace conquered the castle!

GHFH? In case you are wondering…good head for heights! A good head and steady nerves were both needed when a team of Wallace students recently abseiled Belfast Castle. A...

Muddy Marvellous

On Wednesday 27th February 2019 the A level PE class from the Wallace High School in Lisburn successfully managed the ‘Muddy Mayhem’ event in aid of the Cancer Fund For...

Rotary Youth Leadership

After winning the Rotary Youth Leadership competition 2019, Holly Mackin from Year 13 was awarded an all-expenses paid trip to Strasbourg to represent Ireland as a delegate at the...

Is there a hockey gene?

Max Taylor was the hero of the hour in Wallace’s recent Burney Cup triumph as he scored a last gasp equaliser against Sullivan Upper in a final which was never anything but...

Challenging stereotypes…Wallace’s female cattle experts!

Ever thought that interest in cattle was exclusively the preserve of men and probably middle aged ones at that? Wrong! In an exciting competition designed to engage young people...