This week, we were informed that we were have been successfully recognised as a Health Promoting Schools. We are now members of both the Irish Health Promoting Schools’ network and the Schools for Health in Europe network. The Health Promotion School team coordinated by Ms. Robinson and assisted by seven other teachers engaged in array…
After a series of interviews and applications, our team of eight prefects have been selected for this academic year. They have already engaged in their duties and are our role models for our aspiring students in other years. Well done to all of the successful prefects.
A huge congratulations to Oisin McDonnell in second year who has won the Patrick Kavanagh student poetry competition. The competition was open to all students across the island of Ireland. Oisin’s poem titled “Titans“will be published by the competition organisers at a future date. He will attend an award ceremony in the Patrick Kavanagh Centre,…
Congratulations to Meave Gilmore who has been chosen to represent both our school and Ireland in Berlin in November. Meave completed a history project in conjunction with NUIG and has been chosen to present her project at European level. She will also engage in a range of workshops and projectwork with other successful candidates across…
Monday 27th August – 1st Years Tuesday 28th August – 1st, 3rd and 6th Years Wednesday 29th August – 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 5th and 6th Years Thursday 30th August – All Students
Our Fifth Years enjoyed a trip to Microsoft in Dublin where they participated in a day of coding using microbit.
Congratulations to Emilia Mizia who won the Senior Category in the Pioneer Total Abstinence Association Essay Competition. She won first prize in both the regional and provincial competitions.
Well done to our TY students on a fantastic year of activities and engagement in Coláiste Mhuire. These are a few of their pictures from their last two trips of the year.
Well done to Míchéal Bury, Sean Gordon and Tom Keegan Grant on their presentations in NUIG. It was a fantastic achievement for each of them to reach the last twelve individually in the national competition.
Some of our students giving presentations at Brigit’s Garden on the topic of “Global Issues – Local Voices”.