Deele College Through to Ulster Cup Final

Zak Brolly

Deele College booked their place in the Ulster Cup final with a 3-1 victory against Patrician High School from Carrickmacross.

Deele College were the better team on a cold and blustery day in the Omagh Leisure Complex. It was two Justin McGee goals and an Alex Caorlan stunner that secured victory for Deele.

Make a Book 2016


The 2G class were honoured to meet Alan Doherty on Friday the 5th of February last.

These students took part in the Read DL initiative last year where they read the book Wonder by R.J. Palacio. The students from 2G enjoyed the novel so much they decided to write their own book, “The Marvel of Wonder”, based on what they learned from the novel.

Deele College Book Place in Ulster Cup Semi-Final

Deele College booked their place in the Ulster Cup Semi-Final with penalty shoot-out victory against Abbey Vocational School.

The match finished 1-1 and the penalty shootout went to sudden death as Dylan Brolly was the hero when he scored the winning penalty as Abbey blazed their last penalty over the bar.

Deele College Notes

Mock Exams: Mock exams for Junior and Leaving Certificate students began this week, with students undertaking exams in all of their chosen subjects. This gives students a good opportunity to assess what areas they need to work on during the final months before their state exams.

Obesity the modern Plague ?

Imagine many years ago during the Famine the Irish were dying of starvation, it was an epidemic that defined an era. How ironic would it be to look back on our era and realise the epidemic that plagued our nation was obesity?

Safer Internet Day 2016


On Tuesday, February 9th we will join more than 100 different countries in celebrating Safer Internet Day 2016 to promote a better internet. This will be the thirteenth year of the event and this year’s call to action is, ‘Play your part for a better internet’.
More information can be found here.


Health Promoting Schools Update


Following discussions over the last few meetings and based on the returned surveys from parents, staff & students we have decided to concentrate our efforts this year on promoting health eating in our school.

We felt like this would be a good worthwhile area to begin with as we are about to move into our new school building with our new canteen and we would like to be involved in designing the menu options for our school.