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LATEST NEWS

Balmoral Show
May 18, 2018

The Balmoral Show celebrates a landmark anniversary with its 150th show. Our annual trip proved popular with the students, who thoroughly enjoyed every minute of the event, especially those students who got the opportunity to chat to Carl Frampton, who was also in attendance.

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ICD Welcomes Special Visitor
May 14, 2018

TThe College were delighted to welcome Her Majesty the Queen's Lord Lieutenant of County Tyrone, Mr Robert Scott. Mr Scott, along with his wife, Marie Christine, were greeted on arrival by College Principal, Mr Sleeth and Deputy Head Boy, Jack Liggett, who had served Mr Scott as a cadet sergeant until March of this year.
The Lord Lieutenant showed great interest in several college projects including Project SCool - the provision of heat to the College by Greiner Packaging,the Gold, Silver and Bronze Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme, EAL provision, Prince's Trust and the IFA Elite Performance Programme, to name a few. After a tour of the College, the guests met with Head Students and Student Representatives of the Board of Governors. Speaking after his visit, the Lord Lieutenant said, 'Marie Christine and I came away deeply impressed with everything that we saw. The College is clearly thinking and developing the talents of some amazing young people, providing them with firm foundations from which they will build their lives.'

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Charity Fundraising
May 14, 2018

Thank you to our students, in particular Key Stage 3, who supported our fundraising event for CLIC Sargent - Paul's House and for Cancer Research. Key Stage 3 students participated in a non-uniform day and disco and gave generously to the raffles and tuck shop. Thank you to our Sixth Form students who assisted with organising the events and to the parents and our staff who also kindly donated. A presentation will be made to Cancer Research and CLIC sargent in the near future. Lastly, stay strong Hendrikje, you are in our thoughts every day.

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Year 12 Leaving Ceremony
May 14, 2018

Students in Year 12 enjoyed their end of year ceremony which, for some, marked the near completion of their time at ICD. Parents and staff were welcomed to the event by Year Head, Mrs Donnelly, before the students were addressed by College Principal, Mr Sleeth and Vice Principal, Mr Holmes. A powerpoint presentation of photographs of the students from Year 8 to Year 12 helped them reflect on their time at the College before the students, along with parents, enjoyed the refreshments served. To our Year 12 students: remember your teachers are still timetabled to be available to you until your examinations are completed. You are encouraged to see any teacher who can assist you with your revision, study or future plans, whether they include returning to ICD or moving on to the world of work. Best of luck in the forthcoming examinations.

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Student Council Reward
May 08, 2018

Thank you to our Student Council for their ongoing work this academic year. Chairperson, Fionn and Vice Chairperson, Arnas have attended Board of Governors meetings to represent the student voice and have brought many ideas and suggestions to the meeting. To thank all our Student Councillors, the Chairperson of the Board of Governors, Mrs Tate, organised brunch for the Students in The Loft at the Linen Green, along with Mr Sleeth, Principal and Mrs McCrum, Student Council Co-ordinator. Thank you to staff of The Loft for ensuring the students enjoyed their treat and thank you to Mrs McCrum for supporting the Student Councillors with their work each year.

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U.S. Consul General Visits ICD
May 08, 2018

U.S. Consul General, Dan Lawton, with Public Affairs Specialist, Peter McKittrick were welcomed to the College by Principal, Mr Andrew Sleeth, Head Boy, Aaron Graham and Head Girl, Rebecca Kinsella. Following a tour of the College, the Consul General was keen to meet with Sixth Form students to explain his role and to discuss U.S. politics and trade. The students were given the opportunity to ask questions and used this positively to learn more about Mr Lawton's role when he served in Lima, Karachi, and Mexico; to ask his thoughts on the impact of Brexit and to discuss the strong relationships between America, Ireland and the UK. Peter McKittrick then provided the students with information on student exchange programme opportunities. Light refreshments were served, during which the Consul General had the opportunity to discuss their various roles with Head Students, Chair of the Social Action Interact Committee, Chair and Vice Chair of the Student Council and Anti-Bullying Ambassadors. The visit concluded with a presentation, by the Consul General, of the Consulate Coin to Mr Sleeth.

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Year 10 Eurosteam Project
April 30, 2018

Year 10 students continue to participate in the Eurosteam project being facilitated by outreach staff from the STEM Centre at South West College, Dungannon. Students spent time improving their 'research skills' by completing an online scavenger hunt. Then, in groups, the students designed and built their own natural propulsion vehicles and raced them to see which could travel the furthest and the fastest. Congratulations to the winning team; Gabija, Emilija, Shannon, Lianna and Clara.

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Cancer Focus
April 30, 2018

Our students were delighted to present a cheque, for £491, to Emma from Cancer Focus . The money was raised on a non-uniform day. Cancer Focus Northern Ireland supports local cancer patients, their families and carers and funds cancer research. The organisation also campaigns for better health policies. The money raised is a huge help to the charity and thank you to our students for their support.

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RADAR Centre Visit
April 30, 2018

The Year 11 Learning for Life and Work classes visited the RADAR centre in Belfast. RADAR NI (Risk Avoidance and Danger Awareness Resource) is Northern Ireland's first fully interactive safety and life skills centre. The leaders delivered fun and interactive workshops for our students which taught them valuable life skills.

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College Canteen
April 30, 2018

The College are delighted to welcome chef, Andy Brace, to lead the catering at ICD. Unlike many other schools, the College has commenced providing school meals independently of the Education Authority. Andy, who is well-known for his culinary skills, will meet, in May, with the junior and senior Student Canteen Representatives to discuss menus, student requests and suggestions, previously presented at Student Council meetings. We are delighted too that our dinner ladies will remain in post as members of ICD staff. We would like to thank the Education Authority for the many years it provided a school meals service to the College. Parents wishing to apply for Free School Meals can contact the College on 02887724401, for an application form.

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U12 Mid-Ulster Cup Champions
April 17, 2018

Integrated College Dungannon secured their first U12 Mid-Ulster large schools' Cup at Lurgan Town FC. Having already wrapped up the U12 league title for the first time also, the team faced another tough fixture with Lurgan Junior High School, having been beaten in the N.I Schools cup semi-final a few weeks ago by the same opponents.
The boys were determined not to let their previous disappointment affect them, and went 1-0 up 10 minutes before half time, through a brave header by Jessie Turner with the goal keeper bearing down on him. The second half saw ICD start to control the match further with a number of players raising their game, resulting in another goal forced over the line by Jessie Turner, through determined pressure, to make it 2-0. Lurgan Junior High scored a goal with 5 minutes remaining but up stepped Matthew Hughes with a great strike into the far corner to wrap up the match for ICD.
A big thanks to all the support from parents and students on the day and good luck to Lurgan Junior High school in the N.I Schools' cup final.

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Armagh Planetarium Trip
April 12, 2018

Year 8 students enjoyed a fantastic day out at Armagh Planetarium. The students had the opportunity to participate in a rocket making workshop, watch a show and learn more about our Solar System. A great day was had by all!


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Under 14 Girls' Gaelic - latest
April 12, 2018

Our under 14 Girls' Gaelic Team travelled to Sperrin Integrated College to complete their final league fixture. A slow start allowed Sperrin to build up a 3-point lead with some clear goal chances, for them, denied by the strong defending of Beth Hill and Nicola Reynolds. In the second half ICD fought back with Chloe Mullan and Shannon McDonald working well together to provide Shannon with a low shot to the net. Excellent performances on the day from Lydia Kelly, Nicola Reynolds and Shannon Harrison. Final Score Sperrin 1:7 ICD 1:2

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ICD Showjumping Team
March 28, 2018

Well done to our ICD Showjumping Team, Niamh Mathieson, Year 8, Ellie McCann, Year 9 and Jayne Robinson, Year 10, who participated in Drumragh Integrated College Interschools Show in Ecclesville Equestrian Centre, Fintona. The team won the tack and turnout prize and Ellie was placed 2nd in the novice individual class. Well done girls!

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The Show Must Go On!
March 27, 2018

'We Will Rock You' is back on stage in April. For those of you who bought tickets for the Thursday evening (1st March) performance, which the College postponed, your tickets will be transferred to Thursday 19th April. Please confirm with Hazel Johnston, at the college, that you are able to use your tickets on this evening. If not, we will try to accommodate you at an additional showing. Tel: 028 8772 4401.


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ICD students attend 'Sport Uniting Communities' Launch
March 27, 2018

Year 8 students from Integrated College Dungannon (ICD), who are part of the Irish Football Association Elite Performance Programme at ICD, were delighted to participate in the 'Sport Uniting Communities' launch at Queen's University Playing Fields (The Dub).
The students participated in training sessions in rugby, soccer, Gaelic football and hurling under the close guidance of some of the most prominent names in each sport including; Monaghan's Conor McManus, Ulster Rugby's Darren Cave, NI International Jonny Evans and Ulster Women's Rugby player, Eliza Downey.
Northern Ireland Manager, Michael O'Neill, was in attendance and chatted with College Principal, Mr Andrew Sleeth, before meeting the Year 8 ICD students. For more photos, visit our Facebook page

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Fond Farewell
March 27, 2018

The College, yesterday, said a fond farewell to IFA Coach, John O’Kane. John, along with Stevie Lynch, has coached the ICD students since the inception of the IFA programme last year. An excellent coach, he will be missed by the students and staff at the College. Coaches Darren Murphy, Declan Devine, Stevie Lynch and Pascal Vaudequin will manage the programme at the College, under the direction of Jim Magilton, Elite Performance Programme Director.

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Year 12 Mock Interview Day
March 27, 2018

As part of the College Careers, Education, Information, Advice and Guidance (CEIAG) Programme, Year 12 students participated in a Mock Interview Day to help prepare them for the world of work.
The interviews were facilitated by volunteers from local businesses and organisations including Moy Park, Elmgrove Foods Ltd, Dungannon Enterprise Centre, Dungannon Youth Resource Centre and members of the Rotary club. We would like to thank all those involved for providing our students with this invaluable experience regarding recruitment and selection processes.

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Titanic Quarter, Belfast
March 23, 2018

Year 9 students thoroughly enjoyed their visit to Titanic Quarter, Belfast. The visit began with an educational workshop, 'Abandon Ship', which involved students putting themselves in the shoes of Titanic passengers and using their teamwork skills to devise a survival plan. Thankfully, they all survived! Students then explored the very interactive Titanic galleries before paying a visit to the SS Nomadic (RMS Titanic's little sister and the world's last remaining White Star Line vessel).

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U12 NI Schools’ Cup Semi-Final
March 23, 2018

ICD bowed out of the NI Schools' Cup competition following a hard fought semi-final game against Lurgan Junior High School played at Mourneview Playing Fields, Lurgan. Despite dominating for much of the game, the ICD boys couldn't break through Lurgan's tight defence. No goals were recorded at full-time so a further five minutes was played each way, with still no goals scored the match went to penalties and the ICD boys were unlucky to be defeated. Congratulations to Lurgan Junior High School and best of luck in the final.

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‘Way to Go’ Programme
March 22, 2018

As part of our Preventative Education Programme, the College welcomed representatives from the 'Way to Go' project who delivered an Alcohol Awareness workshop to our Year 8 students. Following a powerpoint presentation and question/answer session, students were given the opportunity to try and steer a remote control car wearing 'beer goggles', goggles made to replicate the vision of a driver under the influence of alcohol.


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Girls Gaelic Football latest news
March 22, 2018

U14 League - ICD v St John the Baptist
ICD played an exciting brand of attacking football in the first half. Orlaith McGuinness was the provider for several excellent scores by Shannen Starkey and Nicola Reynolds.
Gabija Silinskaite was superb in goals, bravely denying several clear goal opportunities. In the second half, playing against a stiff breeze, ICD struggled to get the scores needed. Shannon McDonald scored a fine individual goal to keep the hopes alive, followed by an excellent Orlaith McGuinness 30 metre free kick. There were excellent displays by Beth Hill, Gabija Silinskaite, Orlaith McGuinness and Shannon Harrison
Final Score: St John the Baptist, College 7.11 to ICD 7.5

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Year 12 Success Skills Programme
March 22, 2018

Year 12 students took part in a Success Skills Programme with local charity Young Enterprise NI. This interactive workshop saw students develop key employment skills along with the confidence to implement these skills. The Programme encourages young people to excel at school and better their interview performance. Young Enterprise NI is part funded by the Department of Education.

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‘EUROSTEAM’ Project
March 16, 2018

Our Year 10 students visited the STEM centre at South West College as part of a European project called 'Eurosteam', which involves partners from Italy, Portugal, Spain, Belgium and the UK. The students spent the morning using iPads to study aspects of the Social Sciences including neuroscience. They completed a range of activities based around this and, in the afternoon, they put their teambuilding and engineering skills to the test by building a pneumatic puppet box and a hydraulic arm. The project involves three local post primary schools, including ICD. Thank you to the staff at the STEM Centre at South West College for a very interesting and enjoyable event.

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DUKE OF EDINBURGH SILVER & BRONZE AWARDS PRESENATION AT ICD
March 16, 2018

Thirty-four students celebrated the completion of their Duke of Edinburgh Award with a special presentation event at the college, nineteen students completed their Silver Award and fifteen completed their Bronze Award. Governors, staff, parents and students attended the award presentation in the college. After refreshments had been served, the students delivered a PowerPoint presentation to those present, detailing all the activities they participated in and the skills acquired during their time on the programme. The award was then presented to each student by Mrs Ann Tate, Chairperson of the Board of Governors and Mr Andrew Sleeth, Principal. Currently, twenty students are also undertaking their Duke of Edinburgh Gold Award at the College and are due to complete in the summer. Additional photos are posted on the college Facebook page

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Year 12 Formal
March 16, 2018

Our Year 12 students thoroughly enjoyed their formal, held at the Greenvale Hotel, Cookstown. Many thanks to the staff of the Greenvale Hotel and to our own staff for ensuring all our students and their guests had a fantastic night. Additional photos are posted on the college Facebook page


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Equality Commission Visit
March 16, 2018

Thank you to Donna Fulton from the Equality Commission for coming along, to the College, to speak to our Year 12 LLW students. Dovetailing with GCSE LLW, it was very useful for the students to get an insight into the work the Equality Commission carries out as an independent public body, overseeing equality and discrimination law in Northern Ireland.


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EA Student Finance
March 16, 2018

Thank you to the Education Authority Student Finance Advisers who attended the College. The Advisers assisted the Year 14 students with their University Finance Applications.

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NI Schools’ Cup Update
March 09, 2018

A determined and organised performance from the U12 football team has seen ICD through to the Semi-Final of the N.I Cup for the first time. Playing Belfast Boys' Model School, the team secured an impressive 7-2 victory, with goals from James Mulgrew x4, Jessie Turner, Ethan Nethery and Calum McWhirter.
Congratulations to all the boys who played their part in a great team performance. The team will now meet Lurgan Junior High School in the Semi-final. Venue and time to be confirmed.
The team has also won the Mid Ulster Large Schools' league and will be competing in the Mid Ulster Cup final against Lurgan Junior High School at Lurgan Town FC on Wednesday 21st March, kick off at 12.00noon

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Cross Community Minor Netball Success
March 09, 2018

Congratulations to our minor netball A Team, winners of the Cross-Community Netball Tournament held at the College. ICD were represented by, Abbie Lennon, Phoebe Kennedy, Abigail Kirkland, Sevalina Borges, Alannah Mulholland, Ellie McCann, Alex Glover and Shannon McDonald. The girls played matches against Fivemiletown College, St Joseph's Grammar School, Donaghmore, Drumglass High School, Dungannon and Holy Trinity College, Cookstown. ICD finished top of the group in the early stages and went on to compete in a closely contested final against Fivemiletown College. With the scores level at full-time, an additional five minute's play was added on to separate the teams, with ICD winning by 2 goals. Well done girls!

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