School Show News!!

Our School show this year is Sister Act and will be performed 21st to 24th October 2019.

The show is open to all students and auditions for next year’s 11- 14 students will be on 10th, 11th and 13th June from 1pm to 1.40pm in the Drama Mobile.

Junior Students are to contact Mrs Kerr after the exams to express their interest.

Please see the audition letter here for more information.

Olivia building ‘Super’ success

Year 9 pupil Olivia Kelly spent the weekend at the Lego Office in London after winning a Super Builder competition with her freestyle creation pictured.

In a letter from Lego Headquarters, the judges praised Olivia’s creation and invited her over to a building session with some celebrity judges.

Well done on your wonderful success Olivia and we look forward to you joining our Lego Club in Year 10!

Year 10 Young Enterprise Event

Cross and Passion College pupils took part in successful young enterprise event today. This was a great opportunity for the pupils to learn about the marketing side of a business. Young Enterprise’s programmes offer a journey, from gaining knowledge, through to developing skills and changing attitudes, arming young people with the confidence knowledge and skills to succeed.

A big thanks to all involved including our 6th year students who helped out with running of the event.

Michaela Camp returns to CPC

We are delighted to announce that, once again, we will be partnering with the Michaela Foundation to support the 2019 Michaela Camp for North Antrim.  Applications are invited from potential volunteers and the overwhelming response to last year’s event is an indication of how popular we expect it to be again this year.  This year’s camp will take place at the school from 15th – 19th July.

 

If you have any questions in relation to the camp, please visit www.michaelafoundation.com

Lily placed first in Northern Ireland

Year 13 pupil Lily McCaughan, her parents, Mr Maybin and Mr McClean took part in the CCEA celebration event for top achievers in Northern Ireland recently. 

Lily was in attendance to pick up her award for being placed first in Northern Ireland in GCSE Learning for Life and Work.

This is the fourth year in a row that pupils from Cross and Passion College have picked up the top achiever in Northern Ireland awards in a range of subjects and we are delighted that our pupils and staff are recognised by the awarding body for their dedication, hard work and natural talent.

Well done Lily on achieving your wonderful result.

 

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Ben wins NI Championship

We are delighted to say that Year 10 student Ben McFall has won the Northern Ireland Karting Association Championship.

Scores at the top of the points board were very close going into the final race of the season and Ben managed to hold off the competition to win his first championship trophy.

Well done on your success Ben and we look forward to following your progress in this exciting sport.

Ellie-Anna races into the fast lane

A huge congratulations to our Year 12 pupil Ellie-Anna McFall who has been selected to represent the UK at the FIA's Girls on Track Karting Challenge at Le Mans on 8-10 March 2019!

Ellie-Anna took part in a challenging selection event at Silverstone in October and, along with two other girls, came out fastest from the 130 competitors. 

The girls will compete for the chance to be among six drivers selected for a European Team that will attend FIA Driver Training Camps, where they will be supported by the FIA through a sporting and educational programme.

You can read more about Ellie-Anna’s wonderful achievement at the Motorsport UK Facebook page.