Trust fund set to forge closer links with village school

A Trust Fund established in honour of a wartime Ulster general is set to form closer links with a local primary school.

The visiting party of students from Queen's University Belfast.

Students give ‘fresh thinking’ to planning Carrick

The Mayor of Mid and East Antrim Borough has welcomed an academic ‘outreach’ initiative by the council’s Planning and Regeneration sections.

Carrick student Clare Magowan has won a British Education Award.

British Education Award for Carrick student

A Carrick student has scooped a prestigious British Education Award.

Daniel Ritchie, a sixth former at Carrickfergus Grammar School, is a finalist in the 2017 Pramerica Spirit of Community Awards. INCT 07-650-CON

Carrick Grammar sixth former in all-Ireland youth volunteer final

Carrickfergus Grammar sixth former Daniel Ritchie is a finalist in the 2017 Pramerica Spirit of Community Awards.

Open University nursing graduate David Ferran. INCT 06-654-CON

Top education accolade for Carrick nursing graduate

Carrick Open University nursing graduate David Ferran has won the Northern Ireland Degree Category at the British Education Awards in London.

A teenager on their mobile

'Help us keep kids safe online' appeal Northern Ireland teachers

Local teachers have backed police calls for parents to talk to their children about staying safe online.
Downshire School hosted the finale of the Heritage Lottery Fund Churchill Tank Project on Friday.Pictured is Mrs Boyd and Mr Kirker with Bethan White and Alex Montgomery, original members of Downshire School's "Tank Team". INCT 04-659-CON

Dignitaries turn out at Carrick school for wartime project finale

Downshire School hosted the finale of the Heritage Lottery Fund Churchill Tank Project in Carrick.

Strike action at St Nicholas’

Strike action at St Nicholas’

St Nicholas’ Primary School in Carrick will reopen at 12.30 pm this afternoon following strike action.

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Five ways to make your child a creative genius

Congratulations! Your child is already a creative genius by virtue of being human. Humans are far more creative than any other species.

School registration closing date nears

School registration closing date nears

Parents and guardians are reminded that the closing date for applications for admission to pre-school and primary schools is noon on Wednesday, January 11 2017.

Jackie Stewart

Carrick principals back merger

The principals of two Carrick schools earmarked for a proposed amalgamation in 2018 have spoken out in favour of a merger.

Carrickfergus College pupil Beth Chalmers. INCT 50-654-CON

Year ten Beth’s Dutch hopes on ice after plane grounded

A year ten Carrickfergus College pupil was left disappointed after plans to take part in an international sports tournament were dashed.

Tyne Cot cemetery in the region of Ypres, Belgium.

Cross-community project aims to educate NI pupils about the Great War

Teachers have praised a new initiative which aims to teach all schoolchildren in Northern Ireland about World War One, in a bid to improve cross-community knowledge.

Pat Martin was recognised at this year's Northern Ireland Road Safety Awards. Pic by Press Eye. INNT 49-451-CON

Lifetime award for founder of Tufty Club

A veteran campaigner has been recognised for her commitment to reducing death and injury on Newtownabbey’s roads.

Roy Beggs

Brakes on A2 speeders

An urgent appeal has been made for a second speed reduction to be imposed on Carrick’s main A2 road.

Taste of Europe
for college pupils

Taste of Europe for college pupils

Carrickfergus College hosted a visit by 25 students and 11 teachers from five European schools last week.

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‘Substantial number of children lost at fireworks display’

The PSNI dealt with a “substantial number” of lost children at the recent Christmas fireworks display in Carrick.

Greenisland student Carolynne Wilson (right) celebrates her success with Professor Gillian Armstrong, Ulster University Business School. Photo by Kelvin Boyes / Press Eye.

Top award for work at Airbus

Greenisland student Carolynne Wilson has won one of six coveted awards from the Ulster University Business School.

East Antrim MP Sammy Wilson attended the launch of the Pathfinder 2016 Report by the Target Ovarian Cancer Campaign at Westminster. INCT 48-726-CON

Ovarian cancer survival rates plea

East Antrim MP Sammy Wilson has shown his support for a campaign to raise ovarian cancer survival rates.

Almost three-quarters of secondary schools in the UK use surveillance software.

Surveillance software installed on secondary school pupils’ own devices

Secondary schools in the UK have installed surveillance software on students’ personal devices, monitoring the kind of websites and apps they are accessing.

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