Charity Tag Archive

Children in Need 2012

The Wallace High School raised a magnificent £600 for Children in Need last week as staff took part in a highly competitive and entertaining “Space Hopper” race in...

Paul Ormonde Charity Fund Raiser

A capacity audience packed the Assembly Hall at Wallace High for a Saint Patrick’s night extravaganza. Compered by Keith Lunn, a former deputy Head Boy of Wallace the...

The Paul Ormonde Illusion Show Charity Event

Over twenty years after their first sponsored reading event Wallace pupils have recently raised an astonishing £6,053.39 for the Northern Ireland Cancer Fund for Children. This...

Wallace Charity Report

The Wallace High School Charity Committee, with Biology teacher Matthew Glenn at the helm, enjoyed a busy and successful term before Christmas raising a magnificent £6272.23...

Dr Halferty….King of the Cupcake

Wallace High school has a long association with the Northern Ireland Cancer Fund for Children. Key Stage Three pupils recently completed a sponsored Read-on and the staff...

Women’s Aid Hamper Collection

The Wallace High School handed over twenty one hampers to Women’s Aid, Lisburn during their last week of term. This is the seventh year of the hamper collection and...

Wallace Children in Need

The Wallace High School raised a tremendous £1479.41 for Children in Need as teachers and pupils took part in Ant and Dec’s “Red or Black” in the Assembly Hall last Friday....

Children in Need 2010

The Wallace High School and Preparatory Department raised a fantastic £2000 for Children in Need last Friday with a series of events in both schools. The biggest event took place...

Still reading after all these years

Wallace High’s “Read-on” assembly on Monday 18th October represented a special celebration in the middle of a fortnight devoted to the promotion of literature. Events began...

Charity Readathon Success

Pupils from Years 8 and 9 at The Wallace High School recently participated in a “Readathon” where they had to read two books of their own choice and then complete a...