Charity

Wallace hits the heights with the Zipline Challenge

Saturday 4th February is World Cancer Day and an intrepid team from Wallace will take on Ireland’s longest Zipline Challenge. The Rapid River Zipline will be held at Colin Glen...

Christmas Gifts

If, as a recent documentary suggested, Charles Dickens was the man who “invented Christmas” or, at least, many of the customs associated with it we can conclude that he...

Christmas Reflections

2022 saw the return of our school-based Carol Service for the first time since December 2019. It was a sobering thought to consider that no Key Stage 3 student had attended such...

Carols for Colin

Saint Patrick’s church was the beautiful setting for Wallace’s annual Carol Concert with all proceeds donated to Chest, Heart and Stroke in memory of our late Head of...

Festive Finery at Wallace Threads event nets over £600 for Flourish

Aside from a near brawl over a bronze sequinned skirt which had the victor hiding it a bag, the Wallace Threads event was a highly civilised and stylish affair. Former pupil and...

Change Makers- our Habitat for Humanity Team

Habitat for Humanity is a well-known charity currently working in more than 70 countries and since 1976 the charity has assisted more than 39,000,000 people improve their living...

Pudsey fun raises over £2000

Pudsey almost discarded his eyepatch in his exuberant response to Wallace’s Children in Need events which have raised over £2,000 for the annual BBC event. The Senior Prefect...

Charity focus: Pancreatic Cancer

November is Pancreatic Cancer Awareness month and we have selected NIPANC (Northern Ireland Pancreatic Cancer) as one of our local charities to support. Earlier in the month...

Pudsey promises a party and prizes!

Pudsey is Covid-19 free and Children in Need celebrations are back with a bang! The Senior Prefect team and the House Captains have planned the bake sale to outshine all bake...

Hamilton/Seymour triumph but everyone’s a winner!

Anyone seen a yellow T-Rex? An inflatable post-box? More glittery stetsons than you’d see at a Dolly Parton concert? Wallace High School transformed itself into one constantly...