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Arrangements for GCSE results in August 21

Results and Interview information letter, to view/download click here.
Interview schedules, to view/download click here.

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FamilyWorks Helpline Summer Service 21


We would like to remind you that the school counselling will continue, as it did last year, between June 28th to July 14th and August 16th to 27th.

Referrals can be made directly via the digital referral form on the Familyworks website or via our telephone helpline numbers, which are 02891821721 and 02891820341.

Counselling will be delivered via online, telephone and instant messaging.

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Recording of Year 8 Transfer evening 2021


On Wednesday 23rd June 2021 Mr Ramsay was delighted to welcome our 100 new year 8 pupils to our virtual Transfer Evening. Our new Dominican pupils and their parents were able to learn lots about the school and ask lots of excellent questions about making the transition to DCP.

A recording of the evening’s presentation can be accessed by clicking on the link below.

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Year 11 CC&G Digital Youth Programme 21


Congratulations to our Yr11 digital entrepreneurs who represented Dominican College in the Causeway Coast and Glens Borough Council Digital Youth Programme earlier this year, delivered by Young Enterprise NI.

The girls submission was an innovative virtual tourism themed mobile app design that was built around the concept of linked eye-wear that presented the user with embedded information, guidance and suggestions about their locale whilst looking at a tourist attraction.

The ‘specTARGular’ virtual tourism app design was a daring design prototype that encapsulated hardware and software through the mobile device and wearable technology connected via Bluetooth.

Although they did not win the final event – which was judged virtually, due to COVID restrictions – the girls should be very proud of themselves as their idea was a cutting-edge example of how technology is migrating from handheld to wearable technology.

The specTARGular team - Keeva, Molly, Joy, Eliza, Holly, Alice and Clare.

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Meet the 2021-22 U6 prefect team


Robert Anson Heinlein once said that you can never pay back the people who helped you when you were first starting out, so all you can do is pay it forward to those who come after you.

Today, on their final day of L6, we were delighted to be both able to pay back the loyalty and service of our Dominican students and also to inspire them to “pay it forwards” in terms of showing our younger pupils the essence of being a Dominican student. Each year pupils and staff are asked to vote for our prefect and senior prefect team- this year we decided to add a pupil interview to the process of selecting the senior team.

Well done to all our new U6 Year group- you all represent all that is great about DCP. Thank you also for signing up to help with our well-being days next week and in keeping the tradition where our older Dominican pupils pass on the gifts of leadership and friendship to our younger pupils.

Below are the senior prefect team and our team of prefects for the 2021-22 school Year. We are very much looking forward to working with all this year group to help with the smooth and successful running of the school.

Head Boy – Lewis Hawthorne
Head Girl – Mia Ramage
Deputy Head Boy – Charlie Henry
Deputy Head Girl – Aoife Loughrey
Senior Prefect – Naoise Swanson Cooney
Senior Prefect – Sophie Smyth
Sports Captain – Sophie Scott

Olivia Dunbar
Abbie Douglas
Jodi Adams
Niamh Porter
Liam Douglas
Corrado Morelli
Lillian McLarnon
Eva Kelly
Margo Deering
Kelli McNeill
Travis Frew
Ava Kelly
Christopher Smith
Millie Marshall
Oran Doherty
Adam Park
Bryan Adrain
Lucy Glass
Ryan Doherty
Martyna Nielson
Sophie Scott

It has been an honour and a privilege to work with this group of young people and we as a school community wish them all the very best as they enter their final year as a DCP Student.

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