I am delighted that you are interested in finding out about our school community and hope, that through our website, we convey to you all that is important to us, all that we aspire towards, and all that it means to be a pupil at Saintfield High School.
Saintfield High School lies at the heart of Saintfield village. We have a long tradition of providing families within the region of Co Down with a high quality, caring education. Past pupils of Saintfield High School always speak so fondly of their school days spent with us, and with a real sense of pride in their many successes.
23 September 2016
All three of our Year 8 classes enjoyed a day off timetable on Friday 23rd September, to get to know each other! They spent the day bowling at Dundonald Ice Bowl and to top it all off, finished with a McDonalds… They were loving it!
Check out our ‘Gallery’ from our fun filled day!
26 August 2016
Saintfield High School is extremely proud to report another highly successful year of excellent GCSE results.
There were a significant number of outstanding individual achievements from Year 12 pupils. The top performing male student was David Anderson, who achieved one ‘A star’ grade, six ‘A’ grades, one ‘B’ grade, and one ‘C’ grade. The top performing female student was Elizabeth Martin, who achieved one ‘A star’ grade, five ‘A’ grades, two ‘B’ grades, and one ‘C’ grade.
Principal, Ms V Watt, and the teaching staff of Saintfield High School, wish to congratulate all Year 12 pupils on their wonderful achievements. Their hard work, dedication and determination are reflected in this year’s results, and the school recognises and celebrates all individual successes.
Saintfield High School sends all of its Year 12 students the very best of wishes for future endeavours.
Well done, class of 2016!
29 June 2016
Saintfield High School was delighted to receive the donation of a cup in memory of pupil, Abbie McCartney, from Translink, which was presented to first recipient, Year 12 pupil Rebekah Massey. The cup is awarded for outstanding contribution to hockey within the school, and is a wonderful tribute to Abbie.
Translink, who Abbie’s mother Mrs McInerney works for, have raised a staggering £8233.38 for the charity PIPS, with the school contributing £400 to this total. Translink were responsible for organising ‘Abbie’s Walk 16’ in April, which involved a trek through the Mourne Mountains. Pictured is Ms V Watt (Principal), Miss S-L Hynds (Vice Principal) accompanied by Year 12 pupils, alongside Mrs K McInerney with her colleagues from Translink, including Mr T Walker.