CSSC congratulates Limavady High School on Pearson National Teaching Silver Award

Limavady High School has been recognised for their outstanding commitment to changing the lives of the children they work with every day.  The school has been honoured with a Silver Award in the category of The Award for Making a Difference – Secondary School of the Year.

Limavady High School Team with Mark Baker and award

Principal, Mr Darren Mornin commented,

“This award is testament to the hard work and dedication of the staff who go above and beyond for every pupil. The positive working relationships between our pupils, parents and staff support every child to reach their full potential in a caring environment. Limavady High School is proud to be at the heart of the community it serves, inspiring our young people to be effective contributors to the local and wider community.”

Mark Baker, Chief Executive, Controlled Schools’ Support Council added,

“The ethos of Limavady High School is one of inclusivity and support in a caring environment where each child is valued. The school is committed to working collaboratively through shared education and other partnerships to deliver for all of the young people in Roe valley. I wish to congratulate the hardworking team on this well-deserved award.” 



27 May 2022