Charity Tag Archive

Children in Need 2014

The Wallace High School helped change lives for disabled children and young people in the UK during their fundraising efforts for Children In Need last Friday. The whole school...

Wallace High School Indian Recipe to change your Life!

Take 9 Lisburn A-Level students, 3 teachers and a Head-teacher. Mix with an inspirational charity, ASHA, and place to rise in the poorest slums of Delhi. The result? Thirteen...

£13,500 Raised for Pancreatic Cancer

Wallace High School recently hosted Pancreaticcancer.org.uk nurses Dianne and Jeni who were making a brief visit to Northern Ireland. The charity Pancreaticcancer.org.uk recently...

Dine and Delhi

Principal Deborah O’Hare hosted a very successful fundraiser at local Indian restaurant Spice in aid of the school’s trip to Delhi in October with the charity Asha. Founded in...

Wet day….warm memories

The Bill Wilson Memorial Walk took place on the May Day Bank holiday in true Duke of Edinburgh conditions. Almost three hundred walkers gathered in Donard Park to venture into the...

A walk to remember

Friends, former colleagues and former pupils of the late Bill Wilson, Wallace High School’s much loved “Mr Duke of Edinburgh”, are invited to join together to...

BOOK READING SENDS STUDENTS TO DELHI

The Wallace High School is the latest school from Northern Ireland to commit to visiting the charity Asha in Delhi India. Asha means Hope in Hindi, and that it what the charity...

Wallace Charity

December was a particularly busy month for charity at The Wallace High School with several events organised to benefit local and national charities. The traditional Year 14...

Wallace Charity

Wallace High School has gone purple in aid of Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month. Ribbons are being sold in both the Preparatory and the Grammar school in affectionate remembrance...

Delighted by Daisy

Ten year 12 students spent an inspirational day in Newcastle seeing the work of the Northern Ireland Cancer Fund for Children. Donning the obligatory hard hats and high visibility...