History (4)

Zara Hemphill has been elected as a representative for West Tyrone on to the UK Youth Parliament on Saturday 28th February 2015. Zara, a sixth form student from Drumragh Integrated College received 394 out of 785 votes; she was the only female standing in the West Tyrone Constituency.

Thursday, 26 February 2015 09:58

Vote Zara Hemphill for UK Youth Parliament

Vote for Zara Hemphill running in the UK Youth Parliament Election representing West Tyrone.

Our very own Zara Hemphill is running for the UK Youth Parliament Election in West Tyrone. This is a parliament where all young people's voice are heard including yours. We need the whole College to support her, please could you follow the link below to vote for her.


Friday, 13 February 2015 15:39

Staff and Students Visit London

Last week, staff and students from Drumragh Integrated College travelled to London as part of an Art, Politics and Amnesty trip. The group of 24 student's visited the Houses of Parliament, The Saatchi Gallery and The National Gallery. Also to add to the experience the group went on an open top double-decker bus tour of London, visited the Odeon cinema and enjoyed the entertaining west end show "The Commitments". The group also enjoyed some retail therapy on Oxford Street and Camden Market. Both students and staff had a great time and have enjoyed sharing their stories of the "Big Smoke" back in the College.

Friday, 13 February 2015 15:36

Students attend Talk by Holocaust survivor

The History Department in Drumragh Integrated College recently had the opportunity of listening to a talk from Holocaust survivor, Joanna Millan. Joanna talked with warmth and honesty about her experiences of growing up in Nazi occupied Europe. Joanna was born Bela Rosenthal in August 1942 in Berlin. At the end of February 1943, Bela’s father was taken from the streets of Berlin and sent to Auschwitz-Birkenau where he was killed. Later that year in June, Bela and her mother were taken from their home and sent to Theresienstadt, a concentration camp 50 miles outside of Prague. In 1944, when Bela was two, her mother contracted TB due to the conditions in the camp, leaving Bela orphaned and alone in the camp. The conditions in the camp were horrendous and, in addition to the dangers in Thereseienstadt, there was always the threat of being sent on to Auschwitz. The student’s from Drumragh Integrated College thoroughly enjoyed hearing Joanna’s story and spoke at length in their History lessons of what they had heard.


Drumragh Integrated Prospectus

Click the image above to view and download our Prospectus

 Click the image above to view and download our new 6th Form Prospectus