What is it? Action Cancer is running a short programme to support children/young people impacted by cancer to deal with the worries and stress that follow a cancer diagnosis. The programme provides you with tools and techniques that will help you manage your emotions and provide life skills.
At Bloomfield Collegiate School, we believe that a healthy life is a balanced life. As a result of this we will be running Healthy School Week from Monday 11th April – Friday 15th April.
The BCS choir came through as Senior Winners in the first heat of this years BBC Radio Ulster School Choir of the year competition.
Year 11 and AS level Technology and Design students made a visit to Whale Pumps to view their R&D and manufacturing plant in Bangor.
Nothing conveys the strength and depth of a school more than a musical and Bloomfield Collegiate was delighted to present “Annie” to great acclaim this November.
Two pupils from Bloomfield Collegiate School have achieved 3 first places in GCSE and A-level examinations this summer!
All the hard work has been rewarded as Bloomfield girls achieved excellent results at A-level, AS-level and GCSE.
The School buildings have undergone extensive refurbishment over the past eighteen months.
The staff of Bloomfield Collegiate School welcome all new and existing pupils for the 2015 16 academic year.
David Calvert, from KIC Drama, visited Bloomfield Collegiate this month to give Year 10 pupils a taste of what the KIC organisation does for young people with disabilities. The pupils participated in a wide range of activities involving movement, voice, and expression and a great time was had by all. Some pupils have already expressed… Read more »