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Lurgan College
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History & Politics Department

 

Head of Department: Mr Lappin

Mr. B Hanna
Mr. R Uprichard

Welcome to History and Politics!

Studying History and Politics helps you to:

  • Get in touch with the past and the present day
  • Find out lots of interesting things
  • Understand what motivates people
  • Become more independent but also work with others
  • Improve your communication skills
  • Improve your problem-solving skills
  • Work out for yourself how to learn things better
  • Make progress up the career ladder
  • Use ICT in the study of History and Politics
  • Improve numeracy and oracy skills

You will find out about:
  • brilliant ideas
  • bad mistakes
  • big changes
  • bloodshed
...to name just a few things!
 
While you are studying History and Politics at Lurgan College, we intend for you to:
  • Achieve your full potential
  • Work hard!
  • Enjoy your work
 
We also would encourage you to:
  • Continue on with your study of History and Politics – to a higher level or at University
  • Explore History and Politics further for enjoyment
 
To find out more, just click on the links!
 
Click here to view the history microsite.
2012 Wilson Cup for Political Studies winner Lauren Smith, with the Cup’s owner and former Vice-Principal Mr Ian Wilson, who introduced Politics as an A-level at Lurgan College in 1996.
     
WorkExperience kyle moutray on work exp with Gordon Dunne MLA Rhys Lawson on work exp with Stephen Moutray MLA
Jack Patterson on Work Exp at Stormont with Stephen Moutray MLA, Sydney Anderson MLA and First Minister Peter Robinson MLA Kyle Moutray on work exp with Gordon Dunne MLA Rhys Lawson on work exp with Stephen Moutray MLA
     

 

 

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