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News Archive April 2020


Posted on 07th April 2020

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Posted on 17th April 2020

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Posted on 17th April 2020

We are very proud of Mr O’Connor, Miss Coburn and Mr Teague from our Technology and Design Department as they produced almost 350 PPE facemasks!

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Posted on 17th April 2020

St. Mary’s Art & Design Department were delighted with all the entries to their Positive Image Photography Competition.  The winning entries, in all categories, were chosen by Dr Ruth McGonagle, an A&E Doctor at Antrim Area Hospital. She said the photographs fitted the brief perfectly and she was very impressed by the high standard and quality of our pupil’s photographs.

The winners in each category are as follows;

Year 8 Winner – Aoibhinn Lloyd Evans

Year 9 Winner – Lorcan Tohill

Year 10 Winner –Frances Creighan

Year 11 Winner – Eryn McManus

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Posted on 17th April 2020

Familywoks Counselling are really keen to connect with young people and to let them know that they are available to offer them the help and support they need and require at this time.

To promote the service they are running some competitions.  All  pupils have to do is to like their page, share the original post and tag us to three friends on Instagram and they’ll be entered into a free draw.  

Please follow the link to the competition, the address is https://instagram.com/familyworkscounselling

Check out their videos and more on their social media. You can find them at the following places:


Facebook – facebook.com/familyworksni

Instagram – instagram.com/familyworkscounselling

Twitter – twitter.com/familyworksni

Vimeo – vimeo.com/familyworksni

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Posted on 17th April 2020

For the fourth successive year, St. Mary’s students have achieved top awards in the 2020 LifeWorks Education National Life Advocate Essay Competition.  Final year student, Orlaith McAuley, received high praise for a thought-provoking essay that picked up first place in the essay-writing competition. This annual competition for senior cycle students aims to encourage research and critical thinking on human rights and right to life issues. 

This year students were asked to discuss the following words of Martin Luther King Jr, ‘injustice everywhere is a threat to justice everywhere’.  Chloe Toner, Year 14, and James Murray, Year 13, also received Highly Commended for their essays.

Geraldine Aherne, LifeWorks Co-Ordinator noted, ‘We saw a big increase in entries to the competition this year, which was all the more impressive given the difficult conditions teachers and students are presently working under. The field was very competitive, and the judging panel praised the high standard of student’s work’.

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