Welcome to Dunluce

Welcome to the website of Dunluce School, a co-educational, all-ability post-primary school set in extensive and attractive grounds on the edge of the historic town of Bushmills, with a splendid view of the rolling landscape of the River Bush.  Established in 1974 from the town’s old Grammar School, it is now a modern, progressive school that caters for both boys and girls of all levels of ability aged between 11-16 years.

If you are considering a post-primary school for your child, you will, no doubt, want a school which is safe, well-ordered,high achieving, caring in its ethos, well resourced, and most especially, a school which is able to provide an appropriate, stimulating and high quality educational experience which your child will truly enjoy.

At the heart of the school’s ethos lies the premise that intelligence and ability are not fixed qualities and that pupils’ endeavour, supported by the expertise and high expectations of their teachers, can enable them to achieve that which they did not think possible.

We believe that each pupil, regardless of ability, is of equal value and deserves equal opportunity.  We therefore strive to attain excellence in all of our pupils and excellence in all that we do.

I trust that our website will reflect these aspirations and give you a flavour of the enjoyment that pupils and teachers share in the activities, experiences and achievements of Dunluce School.

Philip Smyth (Principal)

 
 

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Songwriting Workshop

GCSE Music pupils had a real treat recently when they had the chance to take part in a song writing ...
 

English Competitions

Our English department competitions continued this week.  This time it was the year 8’s ...
 

Emma Jane turns a mountain into a mini saga

Our year 10 English competition this year was to create a mini saga with a dark edge. For those of ...
 

BTEC Performing Arts Visit to Riverside Theatre

On Wednesday 27 May the BTEC Performing Arts class went to the Riverside Theatre to see a performan ...
 

Scripture Union Trip to Glengormley Sportsbowl

On Friday 5 June a group of 15 pupils left school at 9.30 am and went on a day trip to celebrate th ...
 

Shannon's Class aim for Shannon Class

When Mrs Shannon's form class (8LJ) heard that the latest RNLI lifeboat was called the Shannon ...
 

Prefects

Dunluce announced their prefects for the upcoming school year this week. These pupils will be take ...
 

Leavers photo slideshow

For a limited time only. Our year 12s have left us to focus on their preparation for their external ...