Charity

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...

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...

Thank God for Wallace

Sandwiched between recent hugely successful celebrations of the birth of our founder and anticipation of our 140th anniversary next year Autumn 2019 seems a good time to offer...

Wallace fashionistas say “No” to fast fashion

Award-winning journalist and presenter Lucy Siegle entitled her 2011 expose of the fast fashion industry To Die For, an ironic commentary on a popular phrase. The subtitle Is...

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...

DAY OF HOCKEY CELEBRATION AT THE WALLACE HIGH SCHOOL

The Wallace High School hockey club hosted a day of hockey on Friday 8th June on the now famous “smurf turf” featuring close to two hundred and fifty participants of various...

The Wallace Delhi Hope Project

The community of The Wallace High School has built strong links with the Asha Charity in New Delhi and sends groups of students and staff regularly to New Delhi to support the...

Ambassador applauds Asha!

Wallace Principal, Mrs Deborah O’Hare, is currently in India as part of a delegation celebrating the work of the charity Asha. A number of well-known schools in Northern Ireland...

The Pudsey Games

Our recent Children in Need fundraising activities have raised almost £800 for the annual BBC Children in Need extravaganza. A packed Assembly Hall watched an excellent film by...