Open Day Tag Archive

The “Wallace Way” outlined for class of 2025

It was a cold morning but over 2,500 visitors were warmly welcomed to Clonevin Park. HE staff and pupil volunteers baked and buttered 1,200 half scones, visitors enjoyed 600...

Enduring Bonds

“The years I spent at Wallace were some of the best of my life so far. I made lifelong friends and had endless opportunities and learning experiences that have opened many doors...

Open Day 2017

Nothing less than “Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious” A Year 8 speaker “channelling” Disney’s legendary heroine Mary Poppins wasn’t perhaps what visitors to...

Large numbers at Open Morning

The Wallace High School opened its doors to a large crowd last Saturday as hundreds of prospective pupils from local Primary schools and their parents came to see what the Lisburn...

Large numbers at Wallace Open Day

The Wallace High School opened its doors to a large crowd last Saturday as hundreds of prospective pupils from local Primary schools and their parents came to see what the school...

Record Numbers at Open Day 2014

The Wallace High School opened its doors to a record crowd last Saturday as over two thousand visitors came to see what the school has to offer at its annual Open Day. Visitors...

Open Day 2013

The Wallace High School welcomed a record number of P6 and P7 pupils and parents to their annual Open Day which was held last Saturday morning. As always, each department within...

Wallace Open Day Report – 28 January 2012

Exhibitions of pupils’ Art work, explosive experiments in Science, a rain forest in Geography, PE challenges, pupils dressed as characters from The Great Gatsby in English and...

Pupils Lead Success of Open Morning

The real success of Open Morning lies not in a secret ingredient but in pupil and people power. Almost half the school population was in school on Saturday morning busily sharing...

Open Day 2011

Exhibitions of pupils’ Art work, explosive experiments in Science, orienteering in Geography, African drummers, PE challenges, Mrs Pratchett’s sweet shop in English and Tudor...