Hunterhouse College fosters a strong sense of community between staff and pupils, reflecting the school motto ‘Una Crescamus’ – ‘Let us grow together’. Throughout their time at Hunterhouse pupils will experience inspiring teaching, strong encouraging peer support and committed pastoral care. The school is unique in its delightful natural setting, child-centred environment and the warmth of pupils and staff.
The Junior Team (Rachael Woods, Rebecca Woods, Sara Moreland and Lucy Mercer) beat Ballyclare High School 6/0 in the quarter finals of the Junior Tennis Plate Competition on Tuesday 2nd June.
They will play either Glenlola Collegiate School or Royal School Armagh in the Semi-final.
Our Year 8 team (Louise Bell, Harmonie Ferguson, Laura Geddis and Anna Monteith) are through to the semi-final of the Year 8 Cup. They will play either Strathearn School or Down High School.
The Follow-up Inspection report for the College is available through this link
I’ve had a busy few weeks over the Easter period, with special events and opportunities which I’ve enjoyed with enormous appreciation. I have been feeling really well, although I’m exhausted now as I’ve pushed myself.
On Sunday 15th March 2015 I was invited as a special guest to the Belfast Giants’ game to drop the ceremonial puck. It was an amazing experience walking onto the ice (and I didn’t slip), hearing my name being announced to all the supporters as well as hearing my Fund’s hashtag #TeamDanielle, dropping the puck and meeting some of the Giants again. It is a day I will remember forever.
Congratulations to our fencers who had a successful day at the Irish Nationals in Dublin on Saturday!
- Sarah Shaw 9-3 (foil) won a bronze medal in the Junior National Championships.
- Beth Taylor 11-1 (sabre), finished 3rd in the Senior National Championships, 2nd in The Junior National Championships (u20) and she won the Highest Ranked Cadet (u17)!