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Students from Rainey Endowed School represent the United Kingdom in Euroscola at the European Parliament in Strasbourg
Students from 21 European countries took the seats of EU politicians for one day
On Thursday 5th February, the third Euroscola day in 2015 was held at the European Parliament in Strasbourg. Around 600 students and teachers from across the European Union’s member states were in Strasbourg. They came from Belgium, Czech Republic, Croatia, Denmark, Estonia, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Lithuania, Malta, The Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden and United Kingdom. Read the rest of this entry »
Following a very productive three day training camp in Belfast, Irish Coach Graeme Francey has selected a squad of eighteen for the upcoming test series at Easter, against Scotland and Wales. After this 3 Nations Tournament in Glasgow, all of the players in the training sqaud will come together again, as they begin the next phase of preparations for the EuroHockey Championship in July in Italy.
Many congratulations to Tori Hastings of Rainey Endowed on her selection for these International matches. Fantastic achievement Tori!
On Saturday 21st February the ‘P Keenan Road Surfacing’ sponsored Rainey ES 1st XV hosted Foyle College in the Semi-Finals of the Danske Bank Ulster Schools Bowl. Without Captain Calvin Smyth and Vice-captain Rory Nicholl the task was going to be difficult, considering they had lost to Foyle earlier in the season. After a night of snow the pitch was heavy. Unfortunately, Rainey started the game in familiar fashion going behind to a soft try within the first minute. Foyle converted this to go 7 points up. Rainey to their credit did not panic and soon went on the attack. In terrible overhead conditions they tried to move the ball but found this very difficult. With Andrew Brown and Lorcan Quinn causing problems for the opposition Rainey enjoyed territorial advantage. Read the rest of this entry »
Congratulations to Naomi Drennan 9A (winner) and Alison Brown 9B (runner-up) of the Lions Club Peace Poster competition. Both girls designs were excellent and answered the theme of ‘Peace without borders’ with great skill and creative flair.
Naomi’s poster has subsequently been awarded the Iain McKay Memorial Cup for the most creative design from the Magherafelt area. Her work now goes through to the All-Ireland final. Well done girls!
Congratulations to Chloe O’Lone L6 whose GCSE Art and Design work was featured as part of the CCEA True Colours exhibition at the Ulster Museum, Belfast.
Year 10 pupils considering taking art next year along with all of the GCSE and A level classes visited this inspirational exhibition, which showcases creative and talented pupils work from across the province.
The Rainey’s art department is proud to have Chloe’s work on show and is testament to the gifted and talented pupils we have in our school. Well done Chloe!
The History department of Rainey Endowed School hosted a talk from a member of the House of Lords on Friday to encourage students to engage more with the political and parliamentary process. Lord Rogan met with sixth form History, Politics and Law students for an hour to talk about the work and role of the House of Lords. This was followed by a question and answer session on various aspects of the parliamentary process and life at Westminster generally. Read the rest of this entry »
Many congratulations to Emma Scott, of the Rainey Endowed School, who became the Ulster U16 Champion at the Shot Putt in the the Ulster Indoor Athletics Championships held on Saturday 31 January at Meadowbank Sports Arena, Magherafelt.
Emma qualifies for the All Ireland Indoor Championships in Athlone on 21st March and her school wishes her every success.
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The Southern Sports Partnership, Sport Northern Ireland, Netball Northern Ireland, Ulster Badminton and Ulster Hockey conducted a Sports Academy Talent Search for 2013-14. A total of 350 nominations were received from Schools and Clubs within the region and 11 Talent Search sessions took place in October 2014. In a change from previous years and due to the expansion in size of the council regions to include Magherafelt, Rainey Endowed students were eligible for this Talent Search for the third time.
Many congratulations to all Rainey students that attended.
A total of 31 players have been selected for the Sports Academy Girls Hockey Development Squad based in Cookstown, this squad was picked from the Dungannon, Cookstown and Magherafelt regions. The following girls from the Rainey Endowed have been selected for the Girls Hockey Development Squad 2014-15:
Dawn Francis, Ellie Montgomery, Evie Doherty, Zara Glendinning, Hannah Slaine, Katie Scott, Laura Hall, Catherine Turkington, Charlotte Beggs, Molly Clifford, Alexandra McKinlay, Zoe Espley, Honor Graham, Rachel McMenemy and Lucy Payne.
This is a fantastic achievement for the girls with 15 of the squad of 31 attending Rainey Endowed. Much of this success is thanks to the strong links between Rainey RF Hockey Club and the Rainey School.
This squad will be based at Cookstown High School, waterbased pitch and will meet for a total of twelve sessions from Tuesday 6th January 2015 from 6.00pm to 8.00pm. Parents are requested to use the entrance at Cookstown Leisure Centre.
Year 11 Business Studies – Tayto Factory Visit
On January 6th Year 11 Business Studies pupils visited the Tayto factory in Tandragee to view the production processes of one of Northern Ireland’s most famous brands. On the tour pupils learnt about the application of many of the topics they will study at GCSE including Computer Aided Manufacture, Health & Safety, Quality Management, Marketing, New Product Development and Stock Control. Read the rest of this entry »