Mary’s has yet to enjoy a Mac Rory Cup victory but there is optimism within the school that this could change this year.
Read full story established a new Fair Trade Committee.
This app randomly generates generic messages and responses, the content of which is inappropriate and, therefore, can lead to incidences of cyber bullying.
Read full story St Mary’s Grammar School, Magherafelt has become the 2017 Danske Bank Mac Rory Cup.
Making its third appearance in a Mac Rory Cup final on St. Mary’s Grammar School, Magherafelt is hoping that it will be third time lucky for the school when its senior football team meet St.
Patrick’s Day, the school made history when it collected the trophy for the first time following a 0-19 to 0-13 victory over St. Colman’s College, Newry in the final of the Danske Bank Ulster Schools’ Mac Rory Cup competition in Armagh on St. Having previously made it to the final of the competition in 19, St.
As well as the ongoing focus on reducing litter and saving energy, the Eco-Schools Committee has been involved in three main projects this term.
Ms Gillespie reported that an outstanding 95.2% of all examinations taken by students resulted in A* to C grades. Read full story June more than 100 inspirational students, teachers and Athlete Mentors attended the Sky Sports Living for Sport Awards at Twickenham.The Year 9 boys had an excellent result finishing first overall.The Year 9 girls finished fourth in their competition and both Year 10 boys and girls finished third.The Life Advocate Awards were set up to encourage research and critical-thinking on human rights and right to life issues.Students were asked to discuss the words of Martin Luther King who said: ‘Our lives begin to end, the moment we become silent about the things which matter’. Mary’s Grammar students received the prestigious Purple Flag award at a ceremony held in Leopardstown recently.