Year 10 Man Of The Month - April 19

In the few months of Year 10 that we have left, we are very pleased to announce the Man of the Month winners. Each of the following College Men have displayed the necessary dedication to develop academically, morally, and spiritually. A warm congratulations to each of the winners, thoroughly deserved!

Year 9 Man Of The Month - April 19

9A - Rian Donnelly Rian is a polite and highly motivated student who gives 100% to every task be it in class or in group discussions during form period. As a result of this he has accumulated over 20 merits and not a single demerit this year. He always greets you with a smile in the mornings and is a pleasure to have in my form class! 9B - Eoin Goodyear Eoin has received a Tutor Award for his quiet demeanour and positive approach to his studies. He is a motivated and caring young man. 9C - Ben Mc Gartland Benhas been nominated for Man of the Month due to his industrious efforts in class and endeavour in extra-curricular activities. He has received a number of positive merit awards from his

Year 8 Man Of The Month - April 19

8A - Darragh Deazley Darragh is an extremely well mannered, dedicated student with an outstanding merit record! He recently received a nomination for a Chemistry competition for his hard work and commitment in Science and has represented the school throughout the year at various music competitions, concerts and performances. He is a truly valued member of the college and an example to his peers. 8B- Leo Byrne Leo is an incredibly pleasant and enthusiastic student with an excellent attendance and behaviour record. He is kind and considerate to all his peers and is always willing to help. He is dedicated to his studies and has excellent organisation skills. 8C - Jonah Nicholl Jonah is a kind a

Individual and Team titles highlight excellent Ulster Schools Track and Field Championships!

Six Gold and two Silver medals lead St Malachy's Senior Boys to retain their overall team title. Victories went to Adam Ferris (5,000m) Tim Scott (400m hurdles) Jai Benson (Long Jump and Triple Jump) Cormac O'Rourke (800m) 4x100m Relay (Joe McCartan, Cormac O'Rourke, Aidan McGeown and Jai Benson). Silver medal went to Aidan McGeown (Hammer Throw) and 4x400m Relay (Ruari Gallagher, Conall Browne, Tim Scott and Cormac O'Rourke). Callum Morgan ran away from the field to claim the Gold medal in the Inter Boys 3000m, with Fionntan Campbell claiming 3rd. All these athletes and relay teams go forward to compete in the All-Ireland Championships on 1st June!

Print Workshop with Robert Peters

The Artist Robert Peters visited the Art Department on the 3 May to run a workshop with the Year 13 and 14 Art and Design students. He introduced them to a new Salt Etch printmaking process. It was a busy day as the students had to prepare aluminium plates and etch them in a copper sulphate/salt solution. Then they had to make a dry point print and then ink both plates up. They created some really beautiful prints and Robert Peters was very impressed with their creativity and focus.

Year 14 History students visit Dublin, April 2019

Year 14 History students visited Dublin in April 2019 as part of our study of the Partition of Ireland. Our first stop was Kilmainham Gaol. Our guide highlighted the role of key personalities and key episodes during Easter week 1916. Next, we travelled to Glasnevin cemetery, the final resting place of many notable Irish historical figures. We witnessed a re-enactment of the graveside oration delivered by Patrick Pearse at Jeremiah O’Donovan Rossa’s grave. Our guide subsequently led us on a tour of some of the cemetery’s most famous graves including those belonging to Eamon de Valera, Michael Collins and Constance Markievicz. Our tour of Glasnevin concluded with a visit to the crypt cont
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