Please find the link to the webcam in St Mary’s Church, Mullaghbawn copied below.
Both Confirmation ceremonies will be live streamed through this link. The camera will be turned on just approaching 5pm each evening, to allow any family members who unfortunately are unable to attend to view the ceremony from home.
Our Cycling Profiency Scheme for P7 pupils begins today and will continue over subsequent Fridays until the end of term. As a result there will be an increased number of children cycling to and from school, in both the village and around the back roads. We ask all drivers to be alert especially around the school gates at pick up and drop off times.
Thank you for your understanding and help with this matter.
St Mary’s girls’ and boys’ Gaelic teams have enjoyed taking part in the Malachy McGeeney series organised by Cumann na mBunscol. This included games at home to St Malachy’s, Camlough and away to St Patrick’s, Crossmaglen, along with a blitz against 3 other schools in Killeavy. The girls have remained unbeaten and qualified for the knockout stages, which will commence next week. The boys will return to action, along with the girls, after Easter for the next stage of the programme of events.
After school training also continues to alternate on a weekly basis for the 60+ pupils who registered. It will be the girls’ turn again next Wednesday (April 6th).
The P7 year group enjoyed one of the highlights of their year so far today. The children went down for a special viewing of Aidan Strain’s fleet of tractors and machinery, which are laid out for Saturday’s highly anticipated auction.
With such a large number of children in the year group interested in farming, there was an incredible level of excitement. Aidan organised for ASEE staff members to lead the children around in groups, before providing them with treats to enjoy back in school.
Aidan, a member of St Mary’s Board of Governors, and his wife Leontia, are close friends of our school and we are incredibly grateful to them for taking the time to provide our pupils with such a memorable experience. Thanks also to Gillian and to ASEE staff members David, Seamus, Paul, Peter and others for their time today.
Finally, there may be a few familiar faces on BBC news at some stage before Saturday, so keep an eye out for this!
St Mary’s girls’ and boys’ Gaelic teams have taken part in 2 fixtures so far in the Malachy McGeeney series. These games were at home to St Malachy’s, Camlough and away to St Patrick’s, Crossmaglen. Our pupils gave their all on both occassions and are looking forward to this week’s blitz in Killeavy, which will concude the first stage of the McGeeney Cup.
After school training also continues to alternate on a weekly basis for the 60+ pupils who registered. It will be the girls’ turn this Wednesday (March 23rd).
In recent weeks, the P7 year group have come together for some fun workshops. Una Walsh led a Townlands & Local History session and Orla (from IGNITE) led a workshop designed to help prepare the pupils for their transition to post-primary school. Both days were great fun and the children gained a lot from them.
Thanks to Orla and Una for their work with our P7’s.
Thank you to the boys and girls from P6 and P7 who completed an online evaluation for our Connecting Classrooms project which came to an end last term. Over 2 years we have been sharing lessons with our partner school in Nepal, learning about our partner school’s culture and country. Miss Crawley and Miss Mulkerns joined from Bilbao, Mr Mc Coy and pupils joined from Mullaghbawn and the researcher from Belfast! The children all received a small token from Bilabo in thank-you for their participation, a keyring of the famous flower dog outside the Gugghenheim Museum or a football keyring inscribed with Basque symbols and language.
Have you seen the new Talking Post in the village? It is situated at the entrance to the River Walk at Conway Park! Turn the handle to generate power and then listen to stories about the village, the river and the environment. Pictured are 2 very excitied pupils whose voices you might recognise when you have a go!
Please see below information taken from the EA Website
Online applications opened at 12 noon on Tuesday, 1 February 2022 and will remain open until 4 pm on Wednesday, 23 February 2022.
A link to an electronic copy of the key information leaflet, ‘Applying for a Post-Primary school place’is attached at the bottom of this post.👇 This leaflet and further guidance can also be accessed on the EA website.
Please note places are NOT allocated on a first come, first served basis. Post-Primary Schools WILL NOT consider applications until after the closing date.
It is important that you:
Find schools in your area.
Read the Admissions Criteria for each individual school.
Check what supporting documentation is required to be uploaded with your application
You are advised to list at least four preferences on your application.