Prize Distribution 2018

 

 

On Thursday 20 September 2018 Rainey Endowed held its annual Prize Distribution. We were thrilled to have past pupil Mrs Lesley-Anne Vaughan (née McLean) as our guest speaker. Mrs Vaughan entertained us with many stories from her work in Kenya as a software developer for Vodafone and spoke of how the pace of Technology continually offers us new challenges and opportunities.

 

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Success for Laura at the Atlantic Challenge International Contest of Seamanship

 

 

Well done to Laura Lynch, year 13, who was part of the Northern Ireland team which competed in and won, the Atlantic Challenge International Contest of Seamanship held on Lough Neagh in Antrim 20th – 28th July 2018. This is a fantastic achievement. They did extremely well, winning or coming 2nd in many of the events, showing determination, skill and teamwork throughout the competition.
There were 11 wooden gigs from USA, Russia (2), Belgium (2), Denmark, Ireland, Great Britain, France, Quebec and Northern Ireland which took part in sailing, rowing, oars and sails races, navigation, rope work, slalom racing and other seamanship manoeuvring challenges over the 8 days.

Congratulations, Laura!

 

 

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Rainey Vs Dalriada – Saturday 15 September 2018

Rainey ES Rugby results v Dalriada.
1st XV won 56 7 and therefore regained the ‘Topping Cup’. The try scorers were Karl Warner 2, Bryan Hall, Ross Speers, Rory Bradley, Ciaran Doyle, Jonathan Drennan and Jack Bresland. Harry Evans had a 100% success rate with his boot kicking all 8 conversions.2nd XV won 62 0 with tries from Max Millar, Ryan McGuckin, Matthew Cowan, Callum Donnelly, James Mawhinney, Leon Martin, Seb Hastings and Adam McCrum.

U13s lost 7 – 12 with a try from Glenn Caldwell and a conversion from James Cappell.

The U14s lost 17 – 55 Dalriada with tries from Sam Hutchinson,Matthew Booth and
Sam Lennox.
Jack McCavana kicked 1 conversion 


The Medallion lost 0 – 10. Great effort all players and coaches.

Year 12 visit Forestside Cookery School

 

 

Year 12 Food and and Nutrition pupils enjoyed a great session at Forestside Cookery School yesterday, massive thanks to Chef Jeffers and his team!

 

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Regent Vs Rainey Gallery

Farewell Robert

 

This time of the year is full of hellos and goodbyes. Today we say a reluctant goodbye to our groundsman Robert Montgomery. Having served the Rainey faithfully for 28 years, Robert parked the tractor this afternoon for the last time. You’ve left us looking immaculate for the new school year Robert.
Farewell for now.

 

 

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Grosvenor Tournament 2018 Gallery

The 2018 GCSE results at Rainey Endowed are outstanding

 

The GCSE results at Rainey Endowed are outstanding. 28% of all passes were at A* grade and 62% at A*/A grade. 100% of all pupils achieved 5 or more A*-C grades including English and Mathematics.

Over 60 pupils in the year group had at least 6A*/A grades.

 

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Rainey Endowed pupils have excelled at ‘A’ Level examinations in 2018

 

We are delighted with our excellent results at ‘A’ Level – 42% of all our entries were at A*/A grades; 75% of all our entries were at A*-B and 95% of all entries were at A*-C and highlights the superb pastoral care and learning and teaching at ‘The Rainey’.

 

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AS Level results at Rainey Endowed School were excellent

 

Our pupils have built upon their prior success at GCSE in 2017 and we commend them for their hard work and success. These are the best AS results for Rainey Endowed School pupils over the past number of years.

 

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Senior Rugby Awards 2018

 

 

On Thursday 19th April Rainey ES had their annual Senior Rugby Awards Dinner in Bryson’s Restaurant.
This was a very successful evening and a fitting celebration of the season that had just ended.
The evening concluded with everyone in attendance thanking the Upper 6th for 7 years of rugby and wishing them success in their rugby careers after school.

 

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Spring Concert 2018

 

 

 

A photo gallery from the 2018 Rainey Endowed Spring concert.
Recorded on 22 March 2018.

Well done to everyone involved. #springconcert

 

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Rainey Open Evenings attract 1000+ visitors

 

 

Rainey Endowed opened its doors again this week for two open evenings. Thank you to all primary pupils and parents who came to visit the school and especially to all Rainey pupils for helping to make the evenings such a success! #raineyopen2018

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#Raineyhockey Results – Monday 20 November 2017 v @colerainegs

Derry Antrim League
1STXI won 5-0
2NDXI drew 1-1
3RDXI won 2-0 
Well done girls 🏑

#Raineyhockey Results – Saturday 18 November 2017 v @colerainegs

U14A drew 0-0
U13A won 2-0 Gabi Scott 2
U13B drew 1-1 Naomi McLean

Well done 🏑

Huge congratulations to Rainey girls Alex, Charlotte, Alexandra and Betty

Huge congratulations to Rainey girls Alex Burns, Charlotte Beggs, Alexandra McKinlay and Betty Scott on a hugely successful weekend at the U16 and U18 hockey Interpros. Alexandra and Charlotte earned their first Ulster caps with the U16 Ulster Team and finished on a high today with a 6-0 win over Connaught. Alex and Betty were part of the Ulster U18 Team who were outright winners of the U18 Interpros! Really well done girls!

 

Ganaway 2017

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Year 8 recently enjoyed a residential at Ganaway. Rainey’s newest pupils had a brilliant time getting to know their new class mates.

 

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#raineyrugby Results – Saturday 30 September 2017

#raineyrugby results Saturday 30th September against @pcportadown – 1st XV Rainey ES 31 Portadown College 21 (HT 17). Rainey started very well but Portadown took the lead with a break away try against the run of play. Rainey recovered and continued to play enterprising rugby. This resulted in 3 tries from Adam McCrum, Bryan Hall and Paul McErlean before half time. Harry Evans kicked 1 conversion. Rainey started the second half in fine style and scored two quick tries by Jonathan Drennan and Jonah Hastings. Harry Evans converted both. With Rainey leading 31 7 they dropped their intensity and to their credit Portadown took advantage. They scored 2 late converted tries to leave the final score in the Vincent Doyle Memorial Cup 31 21.

2nd XV lost 19 7 with David Dripps scoring a try and Sam Hardy kicking a conversion.

The Medallion won 36 5 with tries from James Mawhinney (2),Daniel Barfoot, Anton Bell, Shea Conway and
Matthew Cowan. Daniel Barfoot kicked
3 conversions
The junior results against Clounagh JHS
U14s won 26-0
A try each Cameron Smyth, Tyler McGuckin and two tries from Ben Brown. Louis Regan kicked 3 conversions

U13s lost 31-25
A try each from Travis Harkness, Jack Atkinson, Jack Keatley, Sam Lennox and Shea McIvor.

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Prize Distribution 2017

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On Thursday 21st September Rainey held their annual prize night. We were thrilled to have past pupil Jeffrey Gilbert as our speaker. He entertained us with many stories from his work in epidemiology, in such far flung places as Afghanistan and Sierra Leone. Rainey pupils really do travel far!

 

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European Day of Languages 2017

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Rainey celebrates European Day of Languages 2017! Well done to Carly McConnell in 8B who successfully guessed the name of our Spanish bear ‘Benjamín’ (Benji) and to Callum Smyth in 8D wo guessed the correct number of lollies in the jar in French (64) According to Carly, she also really enjoyed the European cuisine in the canteen and the language themed quiz in registration! Vive les langues!

 

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#raineyrugby Results – Saturday 16 September 2017 v @DalriadaSchool

#raineyrugby Results – Saturday 16 September 2017 v @DalriadaSchool
1st XV lost 20 0. The 2nd XV lost 15-7 with Aidan McDonald scoring a try. Sam Hardy kicked the conversion. The Medallion won 57-0 with tries from Shea Conway (4), Rueben Bell, James Mawhinney, Matthew Dripps, Matthew Carson and
Joshua Overend. Daniel Barfoot kicked
6 conversions
The U14s won 22-10. The try scorers were Ben Brown (2), Calum Nugent and Nathan Hutchinson. Louis Regan kicked 1 conversion. The U13s won 17-14
Jack Atkinson
Jack McCavana and
Sam Lennox all scored a try each
Mikey Lee Kelly kicked 1 conversion

 

Technology & Design Pupils Visit Coca-Cola HBC Ireland

Rainey Visit Coca-Cola

 

 

25 per second. Thats how many cans of Coke that the Lisburn based Coca-Cola Hellenic Bottling Company produce. Yes they can!

 

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