As a school we marked Anti-Bullying Week from 15th-19th November with a series of activities delivered in Year Group Assemblies, Tutor Times and in Personal Development lessons as well as events for the whole school community to get involved in such as the Odd Socks Day.
Mr McDevitt, Head of Year 8, set his pupils the ‘Stand Up To Bullying Challenge’ where each pupil in Year 8 decorated a paper hand which depicted an anti-bullying message. The creativity and thought-provoking message on each hand was truly outstanding, which created a dilemma for Mr McDevitt and Mrs Kettyle who had to select two winners! The standard was so good that, in the end, they awarded four ‘One4all’ gift cards to Clare Zhang (8A), Katie Hull (8B), Lauren Gavin (8D) and Aimee Turner (8E) – a huge congratulations to these four pupils and indeed to everyone who submitted an entry as a lovely display with all of the hands was put up near the entrance on Cooper Crescent site.
A group of Year 8 pupils shared a short anti-bullying message in their Year Group Assembly on the Friday of Anti-Bullying Week, and they then created a short video of their messages to share on the App – sit back, relax and enjoy the video clip!
On Tuesday 22 March 2016 the Tag Rugby team ran out at Kingspan Stadium in their eighth Ulster Championship final. Cheered on by their seven busloads of supporters they won through in a tightly foughtRead more
(Wednesday 9th March) Portora Royal School 20, Grosvenor Grammar School 7 The Portora RS team outscored their Grosvenor rivals by three tries to one at the end of this entertaining game. Second row, Ryan Egerton,Read more
A NEW era in local secondary education will be marked this week with the opening of Enniskillen Royal Grammar School. The new voluntary co-educational school will replace Portora Royal School and Enniskillen Collegiate Grammar SchoolRead more
In the new school colours of deep blue and brick red the Enniskillen Royal Grammar School U14 tour team took to the field against a strong Dundee High School side at the historic Mayfield ground.Read more
On Friday 16th September the Y14 A Level students will take part in Culture Night in the newly refurbished, Castle Museums. They are creating a promenade piece of theatre titled “Through the Window’’, incorporating dramaRead more
On the 7th September Head boy Andrew Crawford and Head Girl Ellie Ingram joined students from across Fermanagh to film the school’s Peace Pledge. We decided to amalgamate the pledges we wrote as separate schoolsRead more
Ireland U-18 Girls Sevens Squad Named For European Championship Congratulations to Ellie Ingram, Ellie Rix and past pupil Claire Boles who all played for the Irish U18 Sevens squad that gained a bronze medal inRead more
Congratulations to year 11 pupil Dean Corrigan, Currently in Slovakia with the NI U-16 squad. It has been confirmed that Dean has also been selected for the squad to play Finland next week in twoRead more