Politics Tag Archive

Wallace Win Prestigious Politics Competition

Some of our talented A’level Politics students have won a prestigious National Competition! Three Politics students from Wallace have won this year’s Political Studies...

From The Castle on the Hill to the Heights of the House!

The long-forgotten phrase ‘children should be seen and not heard’ is certainly not one which can be applied to Year 13 student Beth Crane who has triumphed once again in...

History Came Alive! Berlin / Krakow Trip 2017

“Memorable beyond words” was the general conclusion regarding this recent trip. Led by Head of History and Politics, Mr Neil Armstrong, supported by his departmental...

History and Politics Department visits Washington DC

Following several successful annual political trips to London, our students were eager to venture further afield and delve into the turbulent world of American Politics! Day One...

Politics Society Update

Ben Sharkey wins Youth Parliament Election Year 13 student Ben Sharkey has been elected to the UK Youth Parliament as the representative for the Lagan Valley constituency. Ben was...

Year 13 Politics Trip to London

The Wallace High School Year 13 Politics class (and teachers Mr Armstrong and Mr Elliott) visited London just before Easter and enjoyed an action packed and informative three day...

Flipboard

The Flipboard app is excellent for bringing together all the information and stories that are important to you in a magazine format. This video illustrates it’s use in...

Wallace Pupils Catch Election Fever

The weeks leading up to the recent General Election saw Year 13 Government and Politics pupils at The Wallace High School continue with their long tradition of promoting democracy...

Busy time for the Politics Department

Year 13 Politics Trip to London The Wallace High School Year 13 Politics class visited London just before Easter and enjoyed an action packed and informative three day trip....

Wallace Pupils Visit Barcelona and London

The Wallace High School has a long history of pupils visiting other countries as part of their curricular and extra curricular activities and this year looks set to continue this...