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Post 16

The life of a Post 16 student is marked by their maturity to recognise their need to commit to a regular routine of study so that their plan for life after St. Patrick’s College can be realised. Many of our Post 16 students will follow courses within Universities or other third level facilities. Others will decide to pursue work, apprenticeships or travel opportunities. The wide range of experiences here will equip them well for each of these pathways. Enrichment and outreach opportunities will ensure that their thinking skills and personal capabilities are fully developed and that young, dynamic and capable problem solvers and communicators are ready to commence the next chapter of their lives.

Our Post 16 students are offered outreach activities in Sperrinview, Willowbank and Dungannon Care Home. These engagements provide the platform for fostering: a culture of respect for elderly, inclusion, care for all and service to those in need.

Pupils study the following subjects:

  • Business studies
  • Health and Social Care
  • Sociology
  • English Literature
  • Art and Design
  • Performing Arts
  • Moving Image Arts
  • Engineering
  • Travel and Tourism
  • Digital Technology
  • Sport Studies
  • Religion
  • Home Economics
  • History
  • Irish
  • French
  • Spanish
  • Drama
  • Geography

Post 16 Enrichment, External Agencies & Community Links

Local & Global OutreachLeadership & Personal DevelopmentFaith & Culture Recreation, Sport & Music
Romanian Project 2020
SperrinView Outreach
Primary School Links
Dungannon Care
Home Outreach
Willowbank Outreach
Senior Prefect Team
Young Enterprise
School Council Leaders
Year 14 Formal Committee
Post 16 Literacy Assistants
Maths Buddy Programme
Eco School Team
Makaton Taster Course
Digital Leaders
Pope John Paul II Award
St Vincent De Paul
Siolta Retreat
Walk with Mary
Traditional Group & Choir
Duke of Edinburgh
Senior Prefect
Year 14 Formal
Football and Hurling Team
St Patrick's College Dungannon
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