Belfast Model School for Girls

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Coordinates: 54°37′26″N 5°57′25″W / 54.624°N 5.957°W / 54.624; -5.957

Belfast Model School for Girls is an all-girls' school located in Belfast, Northern Ireland. Also Known as "G.M.S" (Girls Model School). In 2006, the school was granted specialist school status for ICT, one of only 12 schools in Northern Ireland to achieve this.[1] It is within the Belfast Education and Library Board area.

The school opened on its present site in January 2010 and has over 1000 pupils and over 70 teachers. Facilities within the new school include

  • Large Gymnasiums
  • Fitness Suite
  • Dance Studio
  • Recording Studio
  • Apple Mac Suites

The school was visited by the Secretary of State Peter Hain on 7 March 2006 leaving the school with high standard feedback.

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