Regarding Open Night

Message from Principal, Mrs L E Currie.

Many thanks to everyone who attended Lurgan Junior High School Open Evening on Thursday 12 January.  You made it such a wonderful evening for both pupils and staff.  I appreciated that you braved the elements to attend on one of the worst nights of the school year.

Special thanks to Mr David Simpson, MP for Upper Bann, Lurgan Ladies Hockey Club, Glenavon Football Club (and IFA), Lurgan Rugby and Cricket Club, Lurgan Town Football Club, ADAPT, the REACH Team, the Youth Annexe, Brownlow House WW2 Museum and PSNI for attending and demonstrating their community support.

Together everyone achieves more!

Millennium Way/Malcolm Road Junction



The next phase of traffic restrictions will commence at the Millennium Way/Malcolm Road junction on Monday 16th January.

Traffic will be able to travel along Millennium Way from Union Street and turn left only onto Malcolm Road towards high street (the right turn onto Russell Drive will be prevented).

Traffic will not be able to turn off High Street onto Malcolm Road out of town and;

Russell Drive will be closed in both directions in the proximity of Trasna Way.

Parents and pupils walking to school are advised to follow the advisory signage provided.

It is anticipated that these measures will be in place for 5 weeks and a further update will be provided as appropriate.

Millennium Way Distruptions

Following the Christmas holidays works are due to recommence on the Extension to Millennium Way scheme. These works are likely involve travel disruption for motorists over the next few months and the first element of the work will require a closure of Flush Place from the roundabout to Hamilton Street from Tuesday 10th January until Friday 13th January inclusive.

This road closure is likely to result in delays for motorists in the area and in particular for those travelling into Lurgan along Avenue Road, Banbridge Road and Gilford Road and it would be advisable to leave additional time for your journey during this period and throughout the duration of the works. Parents and pupils walking to school are advised to follow the advisory signage provided.

Over the coming months the proposed construction works will require a number of different traffic management layouts and restrictions at both the Malcolm Road and Flush Place/Gilford Road/Banbridge Road junctions and further updates will be provided as the work progresses.

TransportNI will continue to work with the construction contractor, Gibson Bros, to complete the works as soon as possible and will endeavour to minimise delays during the remainder of the works.

School bus information

Some important information regarding some of our school buses. From Monday 7th November the following buses will be running 5 minutes earlier in the mornings:
a. Moira Bus
b. Currie’s Turn/Waringstown Bus.

Update on Millennium Way Extension Scheme.


Despite good progress with the construction of the new section of Millennium Way, progress has been slower than expected at both the Flush Place/Gilford Road/Banbridge Road and Millennium Way/Malcolm Road junctions. Both junctions contain a significant amount of utility provider equipment and despite considerable advance works the necessary alteration and diversion of this equipment has been protracted and has proved more challenging than anticipated. Works are now expected to complete in Spring 2017.

TransportNI will continue to work with the Gibson Bros and utility providers to complete the works as soon as possible and will endeavour to minimise delays during the remainder of the works and in particular the busy Christmas period.


PSNI Letter

Dear Parents/Guardians

Today, I received this letter from P.S.N. I.  and I am passing it on to you.   This is not to alarm you but to support you in ensuring that all of our young people act responsibly at all times.  Form teachers will certainly speak to their classes early this week and this will be followed up in assemblies on Friday and Monday.  In the meantime, please take time to advise your children of the dangers pointed out in the letter.

Please Click Here to download a copy of the letter.

Many thanks




Mrs L Currie



Football vs Dromore 13/10/16

The Under 12 football team have had a fantastic start to their Mid Ulster league campaign with a superb win over Dromore High School! It was a fantastic all round team performance and Lurgan dominated from the first whistle. Captain Harry Norton scored a hat trick, Cameron McKay got two and the others were scored by Tom Leathem, Ashley Beckett, Jack Managh, Ben McAvoy and Lexx McConville. Mackenzie Craig also had an outstanding game in midfield.

The U12 Blue Squad competed against Dromore’s B team also winning comfortably! Goals were scored by Luke Cairns (3), Cody Ferris (2), Connor McAlinden (2), Daniel Graham (2), and Stuart Harrison (1).

A great start to the season!


Drama Trip June 2017

The drama trip is happening 19th-23rd June 2017 and is open to all year groups. Book your place now with Mrs Gilbert or Miss Haughian.