Transition Year Musical

Rehearsals are getting really intense as scenes are being polished to perfection in this last build up to Coláiste Phobal’s production of the old family favourite ‘Oliver’. The set is being built and painted so it’s all systems go. A huge amount of work is going on backstage in organising this production and this would not be possible without the help and dedication of staff.

Rehearsals are getting really intense as scenes are being polished to perfection in this last build up to Coláiste Phobal’s production of the old family favourite ‘Oliver’. The set is being built and painted so it’s all systems go. A huge amount of work is going on backstage in organising this production and this would not be possible without the help and dedication of staff.

The show is scheduled for the nights of Wednesday 28th, Thursday 29th and Friday 30th of November. Tickets are available from our office at (0505) 23939. Early booking is advisable to avoid disappointment. We look forward to seeing you there!.

Lough Neagh Computers

On 26th October, Ms. Watkins 1st year computer class of Lough Neagh took part in a poster competition. The competition was where each student had to design a poster that best described our computer class group and the relationship we have in the group. To say the end results were excellent is only one word that could used to describe the standard that was produced. The students put themselves wholeheartedly into the task with several re-doing their entry to improve the end result! This competition did more than just reveal great posters, many students helped others improve their efforts and shared ideas which lead to enhance the atmosphere in the group. In the end there had to be a winner so 1st prize went to Levente Nagy who made a heartwarming poem about the computer group and surrounded it by lovely graphics. 2nd prize went to Margaret Harty for the positive message about the class and design and 3rd prize went to Stephen Monahan for his positive happy design and use of colour. There were runner up prizes for everybody in the class and Ms. Watkins is very proud of all the effort that was put into the task. Well done Lough Neagh!