RSA Interactive unit and simulator visits

There was certainly plenty of excitement on Friday when the RSA interactive unit and roll over simulator paid us a visit on Friday.  Road Safety Interactive Unit (Shuttle) The main aim of the Road Safety Interactive Unit  is to provide the general public and other target audiences with the chance to interact with various road…

Scoil Drámaíocht

The Irish language drama group from St. Mary’s College recently took part in Féile Dhún Dealgan, the annual Irish language drama festival, in An Táin Theatre. After weeks of preparation and hard work, they took to the stage and performed the drama ‘Bearradh Gruaige Éinne?’. They gave a great performance on the day. They qualified for the…

Business Studies Awards

St. Mary’s College had the privilege of welcoming Tara Walsh of UCD to the college to present Krzysztof Baran, Philip Oladele and Conor Smyth with certificates of recognition for achieving the highest grades in Junior Certificate Higher Level Business Studies.We are delighted to acknowledge the wonderful achievement of the students and commend them on their…

Students feature on Dundalk FM

A group of fifth year students in St. Mary’s College participated in recordings with presenter Niall Ó Sluain on behalf of Dundalk Fm. They contributed to two shows as part of series of 24 shows recorded by Niall in the Ruaille Buaille III series. Our students showed wonderful enthusiasm and creativity and their passion for…

Lesson Study 2019

 A group of maths teachers collaborated with St. Louis Dundalk in collaborating their ideas and designing a lesson as part of Lesson Study. This is a great opportunity for Teachers in the area to collaborate and design a lesson for a group of students. The college has participated in Lesson Study in recent years and have…

Green schools Committee are on a mission!

Our green schools committee enjoyed a visit from the Neat Streets team yesterday. The Neat Streets  is an anti-litter and waste programme for secondary schools across Ireland run by the Environmental Education Unit. Our committee enjoyed a visit by Stephen in learning how to progress and work towards a Green Schools flag.

Caoimhe receives Technology award in GMIT

Caoimhe Bailey was awarded the 2nd best result in Technology in the Leaving Certificate 2018. Caoimhe was presented her award at the National Student awards 2018 in GMIT in Galway at the weekend from the Techno Teachers Association Ireland and Minister Halligan. Caoimhe’s parents and also the Principal Mr. Craven travelled down to the awards…