Welcome from Mrs. Ruth Daly (Headteacher)

Welcome to the Bangor Independent Christian School homepage.

Our school opened in September 1985 on the Clandeboye Road in Bangor adjacent to the Free Presbyterian Church. Ours is one of seven such schools in Northern Ireland and was opened as a result of growing concern among Christian parents over the increasing influence of evolution, ecumenism and humanism in State Education.

Our school is a privately-run establishment and does not receive government funding of any kind. Finance is raised for the school by fees paid by parents, covenant support, gifts and fund-raising events. Christian Education encompasses all curriculum areas. Students explore God’s creation in ways that acknowledge Christ as central to life and learning.

During students’ formative schooling years, Christian education seeks to develop their understanding, values and attitudes from a Biblical perspective. We cater from Pre-School (Sunbeams) right through to GCSE level. Please take a few moments to view our Primary and High school sections.

If you are interested in the work of Christian Education then I would like to hear from you. A prospectus is available and you are welcome to view our purpose built school. Please do not hesitate to telephone and make an appointment with myself.

Mrs Ruth Daly BA (Hons)

02891 450240


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Some of our Primary pupils are pictured taking home their teddy bear pencil holders that they made in Craft class.

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Open Day

School Open Morning
Saturday 18th January 2020
10.30a.m. to 12 noon
This is an opportunity for you to view our school and learn more about Christian Education
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Annual Craft Fair

You are invited to our Annual Craft Fair
When? Saturday 16th November 2019, 2-5p.m.
Where? Bangor Independent Christian School, 277 Clandeboye Road, Bangor, BT19 1AA
Free Admission
There will be a variety of craft stalls to browse and purchase from
Tea/Coffee with Scone/Traybake for £2
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Prize Giving

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Noah’s Ark

Our Primary pupils ventured out of the classroom to investigate the dimensions of Noah's Ark and discovered that our school grounds were too small to fit it in!  While enjoying the opportunity to carry out the measuring, this lesson also helped to reinforce in our minds how large the ark was.

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Who am I disguises

Key Stage One and Two pupils have recently created disguised images of themselves as part of their ICT Who am I task.  They particularly enjoyed trying to work out which pupil was disguised in the final collage of their work.

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GCSE Congratulations

Many congratulations to our G.C.S.E. students Jeremiah and Faye on their 100% pass rate at grades A-C.  We are delighted with their great results and wish them all the best in their future studies.

The LORD hath done great things for us; whereof we are glad. Psalm 126v3

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More Photos from the War Exhibition

Most had a go at playing the bugle- some more successfully than others! 

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First World War Exhibition

As one of our school trips this year, some Year 4-10 pupils had an opportunity to go to the Path To Peace First World War Exhibition at Martyrs' Memorial FPC.  Everyone enjoyed the chance to learn lots about the war and participate as you can see from the photos below.  Thanks to Rev Brown, Peter and Tommy for making this an informative and enjoyable trip.

Photos include soldiers in the trenches, getting ready for a football match (Britain won) and a casualty being stretchered to safety.

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Domesday Book

As part of their History study of William the Conqueror, Primary pupils have been creating their own version of the Domesday Book by surveying the area around the school.

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