at , Lisburn, BT6 OBY United Kingdom
Aquinas Diocesan Grammar School is a co-educational Catholic grammar school situated on the Ravenhill Road, Belfast, Northern Ireland. It teaches a range of subjects. Its main education board of choice is CCEA, but the school also uses AQA and Edexcel for certain subjects.Motto and crestThe school's motto is Veritas Liberabit which is Latin for "The truth will set you free". The school crest is a circle half-surrounded by a 'mane' (representing the Evangelist Mark), and inside the circle in one half there is half of an ox (symbolising St Thomas Aquinas) and the symbol of the lamb and the keys.SubjectsThe school offers a range of subjects including; Art & Design, Home Economics, English, Drama, Spanish, French, Irish, Geography, History, Mathematics, Science, Technology & Design, Music, Latin, Religion, Careers, ICT, Moving Image Arts and P.E. At AS-A2 level, students can also choose to take Sociology, Psychology (AS only) and Government & Politics.AquinasFacilities include three computer suites, spinning bikes, two 3G pitches, outdoor gym and basketball courts, an assembly hall and a sports hall, as well as a chaplaincy.
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