Ashfield Boys' High School

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Ashfield Boys' High School
Mottoes Pariter manus et mens
Closed July and August (Summer Recess)
Type High school
Religion Protestant
Principal Jo McColgan, B.Ed., D.A.S.E., P.Q.H., M.Sc.
Religious deputy head Colin McKnight
Chair Thomas R Haire
Location Holywood Road
Belfast
Antrim
BT4 2LY
Northern Ireland
54°36′34″N 5°51′48″W / 54.609398°N 5.863223°W / 54.609398; -5.863223Coordinates: 54°36′34″N 5°51′48″W / 54.609398°N 5.863223°W / 54.609398; -5.863223
Local authority BELB
Staff
  • Head of Maths: Colin Graham
  • Head of English: Fiona Duffield
  • Head of History: Donna Macintyre
  • Head of Geography: Denise Hill
  • Head of Careers & Business: Caroline Moore
  • Head of Art: Lesley Wilson
  • Head of Technology & Design: Duncan Waring
  • Head of ICT: Claire McBride
  • Head of LLW: Cliff Duff
  • Head of Modern Languages: Noleen Porter
  • Head of Music: Timothy Howe
  • Head of Learning Support: Linda Beattie
  • Acting Head of Science: Christine Welch
  • Head of RE: Nicola Simpson *
  • Head of Cookery & Home Economics: Trasse Rosato
  • Head of PE: Barry Reid.
Students 600
Gender Boys
Ages 11–18
Colours Blue & yellow          
Publication Ashfield inform (School Magazine)
Website www.ashfieldboys.org.uk

Ashfield Boys' High School is a school in Belfast.

In 2005, recently retired principal, Mr McMorran, was awarded HM the Queen's OBE for his services to education in Northern Ireland. Further to this in July 2012 he was awarded an honorary doctorate (DUniv) by the University of Ulster, again, for his input into the education system of Northern Ireland.[citation needed]

Heads of Years - Yr8, N Simpson

                              Yr9, D Macintyre
                              Yr1, N McNally

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