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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...

Esther Represents Northern Ireland Young People in London

Year 13 Politics pupil Esther was recently invited to speak at the British Library as a representative voice for young people in Northern Ireland. We asked Esther to tell us about...

Iceland 2019

Iceland is a dream destination for those individuals who are passionate about Geography. It therefore comes as no surprise that it was the destination of choice for the most...

German Debating Success

Wallace High School Sixth Year German students recently enjoyed considerable success at the annual German Debating Competition at Queen’s University, Belfast; the event was...

YOUNG REPORTERS FOR THE ENVIRONMENT 2019

For the second year in a row, WHS is entering the Young Reporters for the Environment Competition 2019 with the focus being on single use plastics. All three entries from last...

Our Day Out: Sunshine and poetry at the Heaney Home Place

“Wee” and “snottery” are perhaps not words commonly associated with perceptions of poetry but, as Wallace’s Year 13 English Literature students were to learn, Seamus...