Principal’s Welcome

Dear Parents, Carers and pupils

Mrs L E Currie
Mrs L E Currie

Welcome to Lurgan Junior High School. On behalf of our Board of Governors, our Teaching and Non-Teaching Staff and our current pupils, I want to take this opportunity to tell you just a little about our school.
Lurgan JHS is an inclusive, all ability Key Stage 3 school which welcomes pupils and families from all faiths and backgrounds and is proud to do so within a Christian ethos and with Christian values of tolerance, respect and love. This is reflected in our School Motto – the 3 ‘R’s- Respect for self, Respect for others, their property and the school environment and the promotion of Responsibility. We strive to develop these values in our entire school community by providing a safe, caring and tolerant environment, through the development of positive relationships at all levels, through the implementation of our school policies and through active and innovative learning and teaching.

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UPDATED INFO FROM TRANSPORT NI – Pupils have been informed during Form Time but please reinforce the information at home.

We would ask the teaching staff to take this opportunity to emphasis to all pupils of the on-going road works in the vicinity of Flush place/Malcolm Road, and the requirement to use the diversions currently put in place for their own safety.

We currently have a closure in place on the Gilford Road/ Flush Place footway, all pedestrians should use the designated crossing point on the Gilford Road and follow the designated diversion.

Congratulations Troy McConville

We would like to say a massive congratulations to Troy McConville who won the U15 Northern Ireland Pentathlon this season. Scoring a total of 2696 points with the following results:
80 Metres Hurdles – 12.79 sec
Shot Put – 10.14m
High Jump – 1.78m
Long Jump – 5.74m
800m – 2 mins 21 sec
This result ranks Troy 5th in the UK.
He also jumped 1.83m in the High Jump at the Young Athletes League Final and is now ranked 3rd in the UK.
A fantastic achievement, well done.

A99 Millennium Way Extension

A99 Millennium Way Extension

Update for parents on 25th August 2016

TransportNI have contacted Lurgan Junior High School to inform us of their progress.  As such, I wish to advise you of the following:

1.       Throughout SEPTEMBER and OCTOBER there will be significant work carried out at the Gilford Road/Banbridge Road/Flush Place Roundabout.

2.       This means that TRAFFIC MANAGEMENT ARRANGEMENTS will be put in place.

3.       A road closure will be required for the roundabout toward the end of the construction works to complete the road surfacing. A further update will be provided closer to the time.

4.       At times, there may be lane closures at the Malcolm Road / Russell Drive junction.

5.       At all times traffic management arrangements will be clearly signposted.

6.       There will also be pedestrian management arrangements and your children are advised to take extreme care when walking to and from school.



If travelling from Waringstown or Magheralin by car, you would be advised leave extra time for you journey, especially in the event of wet weather.


Judo Success

Congratulations to Lurgan Junior High School pupils Lewis Richardson and Rodney Craig who competed in the N. Ireland Schools’ Judo Championships at the weekend.

Lewis won a Bronze Medal in the Under 42 KG weight category and Rodney won Silver in the Under 60 KG category.  Well done boys.

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IFA Schools’ Super Girls’ Football Festival

Some of our Year 9 girls who recently reached the Quarter Finals of the IFA Schools’ Super Girls’ Football Festival held at Belfast Playing Fields Mallusk. A fantastic achievement considering a total of 60 teams entered the competition.

Girls football

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Representative Hockey Honours

Congratulations to Olivia Gibson (Yr 10) and Lydia McNeill (Yr 9) on their selection to play for Ulster U16’s in a three match series against Scotland, at the National Hockey Stadium in Glasgow from the 17th – 19th June. All the very best from the entire school community.

Stranger Danger


PSNI have asked pupils, staff and parents to be aware of ‘stranger danger’ after a report of an incident (Mourne Road Area) earlier in the week. During the incident one of our pupils was approached by an unidentified male.

PSNI community officers are stepping up local patrols and ask that all of our pupils are vigilant and advise them to walk home with other friends when possible.

Chicken Pox/Shingles


There is currently 1 case of Chickenpox in school.

Chickenpox is a mild and common childhood illness that most children catch at some point.

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Dear Parents and P7 pupils

We, at Lurgan Junior High School, are looking forward to your attendance at the Information Evening on Tuesday 14 June which will take place in the School Assembly Hall.

When? 6 p.m. – All Primary Schools
8 p.m. – KingsPark P.S. & Waringstown P.S.


Mrs L E Currie