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News Archive June 2021

ST. MARY’S BIDS A FOND FAREWELL TO YEAR 14

Posted on 03rd June 2021

On Thursday 27 May 2021, Year 14 pupils returned to St. Mary’s for Leavers’ Day.  Pupils attended a Mass celebrated by Fr. Gates before enjoying lunch with their teachers and peers.  We hope they had an enjoyable and memorable day and we wish them all good health, happiness and prosperity in the future.

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GOING FOR GOLD

Posted on 23rd June 2021

A Level Irish students at St. Mary’s have made History being the first group to achieve their ‘Fáinne Óir.’ They are pictured wearing their Fáinne’s to show that they have a high proficiency in spoken Irish. Roinn na Gaeilge are extremely proud of each and every one of them!

 

 

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SCRÚDÚ AN FHÁINNE 2021

Posted on 23rd June 2021

Year 10 Silver Fáinne speaking exams usually take place during ‘Seachtain na Gaeilge’ but due to the pandemic 10A,10C & 10D had to wait patiently until after their Summer Examinations. The three Year 10 classes put three years of Irish language learning into practice. The top three girls and boys who achieved 100% and were awarded Corn Bhríde were LusaÍ Ní Bhiataigh & Liam Ó Muirí (10A),  Daire Mac Meanman & Darcie Nic Conmidhe (10C) and Cathair Ó Corra & Méabh Ní hAmhsaigh (10D). Roinn na Gaeilge anseo I Scoil Mhuire are extremely proud of all of the students and wish them the best for GCSE. Maith sibh Bliain 10!

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STAY SAFE THIS SUMMER

Posted on 30th June 2021

On Tuesday 22 June 2021, St. Mary’s welcomed local PSNI Schools’ Officer, Wendy Stevenson, who delivered a presentation to pupils in Year 8, Year 9, Year 10 and Year 11.  The purpose of the presentation was to provide pupils with key messages about keeping safe in both the real world and the digital world, particularly during the summer holiday period.  During the address, Wendy provided pupils with important information and advice on a range of issues, including online safety, social media, cyberbullying, sexting, drugs and vaping.    

As the school year draws to a

close, we wish all of our pupils a safe and relaxing summer break.

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