World Record Attempt

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Lismore attempt to break the record for the largest human Pi symbol. The current record stands at 847 people. Today at 11.05 am we smashed that total and managed to assemble 1170 people and hold the shape for a time of over 5 minutes (to be verified). Pupils and Staff withstood a hailstone shower but refused to have their spirits dampened as they stood shoulder to shoulder to honour the memory of Maddy-Leigh Harbinson and raise funds for Diabetes UK.

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Unicef Bronze Award for Lismore

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Unicef works with schools in the UK to create safe and inspiring places to learn, where children are respected, their talents are nurtured and they are able to thrive. Their Rights Respecting Schools Award embeds these values in daily school life and gives children the best chance to lead happy, healthy lives and to be responsible, active citizens. Lismore has just been awarded Bronze Status, level one of three.

There are three levels to the Award:

Open Night 2019

Lismore invited prospective pupils and parents to their annual Open Night.

Below is a selection of images from around the school, showcasing the wonderful talent on offer. Before the departmental tour guests were treated to a musical performance from our recent school show ‘The Addams Family’.

 

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Power Failure

Unexpected Power Failure:

Due to Electricity Power Failure in the Craigavon area we are not able to provide dinner facilities this afternoon. We regret to inform that all students will need to go home early.

 

Relevant transport authorities have been contacted and students needing transport are to make their way to their normal transport departure point.

 

Students who walk home are allowed to leave.

We appreciate your support.