Welcome to Hunterhouse College

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.

Hunterhouse College

KS3 Virtual Learning Day – Thursday 8 February

Students in Years 8 – 10 will take part in a Virtual Learning Day on Thursday 8 February 2018. They will be expected to work from home on a range of tasks set by different departments. These will be delivered through Fronter which can be accessed through My-School.

All students have been given guidance on how to access the relevant activities on the VLE and staff will be available in school to deal with any technical issues that may arise. If any student does not have internet or computer access at home they may of course come into school for the day, or part of the day. Anyone doing so must sign in and sign out at Pupil Reception.

You can download a Fronter Help Sheet by clicking the link below. You can also download a guide on how to install Microsoft Office for free on your home computer/laptop/tablet.

Fronter Help Sheet

Installing Microsoft Office Student Guide

If you require any assistance, please contact Mr D McCrickard via email dmccrickard323@c2kni.net or phone the school on 028 9061 2293.

Safer Internet Day 2018

Today is Safer Internet Day! Learn more about how you can get involved and make the internet a safer place by visiting https://www.saferinternet.org.uk/safer-internet-day/2018

Hunterhouse Equestrian Team Success

Saturday 13th January proved to be a lucky day for the Hunterhouse Equestrian teams.

On her first day out on her lovely new pony Indie, Mollie Park rode a beautiful double clear round over a very technical course.

But it was the Blue team who stole the limelight… finishing with yet another zero score as a team, they were placed 6th on the day and this result meant that they were elevated from 4th to 2nd in the TRI Equestrian Schools league for the second year running. The team of Lucy Toombs riding Suzie, Indie Bloomfield Faiers riding Millparks Slievenagarragh, Sophie Lister Tinsley riding Ginger Spirit and Gilian Grogan riding Shadow, have jumped consistently well all season and as a result have well deserved this overall placing and the lovely prizes which accompanied it. They have now qualified for the All Ireland Championship in Mulligar in April.

Hunterhouse College Open Days 2018

House of Lords Open Chamber Debate on International Relations in the 21st Century

3 of our students, Emily McConnell, Emilija Budryte and Mari-Anne Hamill, spoke in the House of Lords Open Chamber Debate on International Relations in the 21st century last week representing Hunterhouse and Northern Ireland. You can view the footage of our 3 speakers in the video below.