Students urged to open up about their mental health


AS students settle into a new academic year at college calls have been made for greater support for young people at university in the North.  This comes following the second sudden death of a student in the Holyland area of Belfast within a week.  With many students in Fermanagh looking to Belfast for university opportunities […]


St Kevin’s get green light for £6.5m extension


LISNASKEA has received a massive boost with confirmation that St Kevin’s College is in line for a major £6.5 million extension.  The school is set to benefit from a multi-million pound investment to facilitate the development two brand new school blocks which will create up to 15 new jobs at the school.  Planning permission has […]


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‘Don’t panic’ advice for A Level students


WITH hundreds of students across Fermanagh currently awaiting their exam results, the advice is not stay calm, consider your options and, above all, don’t panic.  The A Level results will be released online tomorrow morning, Thursday, at 8.30am. Pupils will also be able to receive their results from their school, where their teachers and classmates […]


Another award for St Kevin’s College!


LISNASKEA’S St Kevin’s College has been named the ‘Best Kept Post-Primary School’ for the western region after impressing judges. This is the first time St Kevin’s have claimed the title. The school was praised for its commitment to the creation of environmentally conscious school community. In addition to outdoor eco-activities, to promote student awareness and […]


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St Kevin’s is now outperforming many grammar schools


NON-grammar schools in the Fermanagh area have recorded a strong A Level performance for 2019. Four local secondary schools ranked in the top 100 performers, alongside three Enniskillen grammar schools. The annual performance guide published by the Belfast Telegraph ranks all post-secondary schools where pupils sit A Level exams. Enniskillen Royal Grammar school was the […]


Teachers’ target practice …all in a good cause!


TEACHERS at St Kevin’s College were the target as kind hearted Aoife O’Donnell raised funds for the Paediatric Diabetic Unit at SWAH.  Year 9 pupil Aoife O’Donnell organised a very successful ‘Soak the Teacher’ event on Thursday lunchtime.   13-year-old Aoife was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes in April 2017.  Since then, she has received […]


Top marks for St Kevin’s and St Aidan’s


ST KEVIN’S College in Lisnaskea is celebrating academic success after ranking second overall in the North in a recently published league table. The bumper GCSE results come one year after St Kevin’s opened its doors following the amalgamation of St Comhghall’s College, Lisnaskea and St Eugene’s College Roslea.  Commenting, school principal Gary Kelly said, “It’s […]


First day looms for new school


A NEW era in Fermanagh as St Kevin’s college prepares to open it’s doors to over 600 students tomorrow (Thursday). The new post-primary school is an amalgamation of St Comhghall’s College, Lisnaskea and St Eugene’s College, Roslea and will operate from the Lisnaskea site. The new school motto is Believe, Achieve, Succeed, while the uniforms […]