Welcome to Bloomfield Collegiate School's new website. As you navigate through its pages I hope you gain something of the uniqueness of this great school and learn about the excellent educational provision, pastoral care and modern facilities we have to offer.
Bloomfield Collegiate is an 11 to 18 Grammar School for girls in a quiet residential area of East Belfast. It was founded over 106 years ago by Miss Annie Begley and the past century has seen it evolve into the vibrant and successful school it is today, with 710 girls enrolled. The School's vision is for 'excellence in a caring community' and this succinctly describes everything we do. From excellence in teaching and learning through to the extensive range of extra-curricular activities on offer, the staff endeavour to provide these in a caring and nurturing environment. Bloomfield is proud of its pastoral system as it provides the framework for success. We are also proud of the achievements of our girls in Public Examinations which are consistently above the Northern Ireland Grammar School average. The girls are encouraged to excel in numerous areas including sport, music, dance, drama and competitions and gain many successes at local and national level.
D Barr BSc PhD PGCE
KIC Drama visits Bloomfield Collegiate
David Calvert, from KIC Drama, visited Bloomfield Collegiate this month to give Year 10 pupils a taste of what the KIC organisation
CultureTECH Big Video Challenge
CultureTECH holds a Big Video Challenge for all schools across Northern Ireland. This year the topic was on Code Breaking.
Fighting Words Belfast
On Friday 30th January, a Year 9 English class attended a Creative Writing Workshop led by a project called Fighting Words
Year 8 World Record Breakers
Year 8′s helped break the world record for the largest ever practical science lesson. The event was held in the Odyssey Arena
Open Evening 2015
Please come along to our Open Evening on Thursday 15 January 2015 between 6 p.m. – 9 p.m.
BCS Music Department
November and December are always very busy months for the Music Department. Not only have preparations for the Carol Service been underway
Faraday Challenge Winners
The Faraday Challenge is a Year 9 STEM competition which is run by the Institution of Engineering and Technology. The Challenge gives pupils the opportunity to research