CAREERS (Universities and Colleges Admissions Service) is linked all third level institutions. (Colleges Admissions Office) for the Republic of Ireland.
We have links with the following groups/organisations/businesses:  Young Enterprise  Invest NI DHSS & Parliament Buildings Stormont  Lites Marketing  Northern Bank  Tayto
Study Experiences (in connection with educational visit to Paris)

Technology & Design
Entitlement Framework – VEP Programme
Currently occuring for 2 hours every week in T&D

Contact Name: Paddy McShane Lisburn Institute 
Engineering Education Scheme: Sentinus – Martin Brown  19a Ballinderry Rd, Lisburn BT28 2SA028 91 Royal Air Force – Martin Daly/Alicia Mason –
Belfast Education & Library Board – Technology & Design Advisor: Noel Hunter 02890 352435
North Eastern Education & Library Board – Technology & Design Advisor: Willie McKeown 02894 482200

CCEA – Technology & Design: Ed Paynter 02890 261200 ext 2100 Brian Wilson Principal Moderator AS/A2 Downpatrick High School 02844 612103

Colour Printing Contacts: A3 Riverside Printing, Ormeau Rd, Belfast – Andrew Purdy 02890 437808
Orchardville Business Centre, Ravenhill Road, Belfast Ben 02890 461561

Aquinas Special Olympic Club

Special Olympics Belfast Sports co-ordinator – Michael Glover,
Unit 25 Ormeau Business Park, 8 Cromac Ave, Belfast 028 90 239023/Fax 02890 248455

Special Olympics Ireland:

Glenveagh Special School: Fionnulua Leneghan 02890 669907

Other Contacts – Work Experience etc

Office of the First Minister:Heather Stevens

Physical Education

Ulster colleges GAA:

Special Educational Needs

Oakwood ASD Advisory Service:


British Council Northern Ireland

The British Council is the UK’s international organisation for educational opportunities and cultural relations.  In Northern Ireland we share our unique experience in education, governance and arts with countries overseas through the creation of lasting mutual relationships worldwide.

NICILT – Northern Ireland Centre for Information on Language Teaching and Research

Northern Ireland CILT is a partnership between The National Centre for Languages (London) and Queen’s University Belfast, School of Education, with funding from the Department of Education (DE).

Spanish Education Office/Oficina de Educación en Reino Unido e Irlanda

Community Link

Glenveagh Special Care School
St. Michael’s PS
St. Bernard’s PS
Holy Rosary PS
Bunscoile An Drocihead
Action Cancer Shop
Oxfam Shop
Hospice Shop
Nazareth Care Village
Recycling – Bryson House