Welcome to Inchmarlo

Welcome to our school website. It can only impart a flavour of life at Inchmarlo but I hope you will find it interesting and informative.

Set in six acres of picturesque surroundings between the Malone and Lisburn Roads, the school has extensive facilities, such as an ICT suite, interactive whiteboards, astro-turf pitch and two playing fields. Academic excellence is achieved through our attention to individual needs, while we cater for all talents and interests through a vast range of extra curricular activities. There is also a comprehensive programme of sport, music and drama and the House system ensures boys achieve success and self- confidence in all of these areas.

We're very proud of our boys and we enjoy an excellent relationship with parents, whose support is greatly appreciated.

If you would like to see around the school please do not hesitate to contact me and you will receive a warm welcome from boys and staff.

Mr A Smyth - Head Master

Spotlight

P7 Ski Trip 2014

From the 22nd of February to the 1st of March the P7’s were on a Skiing Trip in Folgaria in Italy.

 Some of the highlights on the first day would be the flight and travelling as I have never done this with friends and it was good fitting on ski boots again........ a report by Theo Fitch

Courtney hits the right Note!

Congratulations to Courtney Lewis, Inchmarlo 1988 – 1995 and Inst 1995 - 2002, who has been named as the Assistant Conductor of the New York Philharmonic Orchestra. Courtney, who graduated with starred first class honours from Cambridge after leaving Inst, has established himself as one of his generation’s most talented conductors.

P6 Somme Centre Visit

Boys from both P6 classes recently visited the Somme Centre as part of their World Around Us topic work. Predictably anything involving war and guns was very popular!

Inter House Cross Country

  Divis moved into the lead  of the Inter House Championship table after taking second place at the annual cross country event on Friday.Scrabo move into second place after winning the cross country at Osborne.

  Jack Dickson came home first overall and took the gold medal and the Senior Mussen Shield for first P7 with Jamie Beattie finishing second to win the the Mussen Junior Shield for first P6. Myles Lowe ran well to take the bronze medal ahead of the fast finishing Marcus McDowell.Tom Campbell, Ethan Mann, Michael Glasgow, James Lambert, Joseph Main and Hugo Clarke completed the top ten.

 

Location

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Inchmarlo Preparatory School
Cranmore Park
Belfast
N. Ireland
BT9 6JR
+44 (0)2890 381454

 



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