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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.
Liverpool is a very popular university choice with our students particularly those hoping to study Medicine, Dentistry, Veterinary and the Health Therapies.
Y14 students who have applied to Liverpool and any Y13 & Y12 students who are considering Medicine, Dentistry, Veterinary/ health therapies as a possibility next year should come along as this is their opportunity to ask directly about the interview process, how UKCAT is used, what work experience they expect and the GCSE/AS profile they require.
Having been shortlisted in the category for ‘Transforming Teaching and Learning through Technology’, the school was named as the overall category winner at an awards ceremony in The Merchant Hotel, Belfast on 8 December 2016 which was attended by Miss Hagan, Director of e-Learning, and Mrs Gillespie, Principal.
Read full story Three Year 12 students - Katherine Shields, Aoife Mulvenna and Catriona O’Neill - performed a variety of pieces for her and were guided through the importance of communicating a story or emotion to an audience.
Led by Miss Burns, Head of Religion, and Miss Mc Gouran, Head of Citizenship, the committee will organise events to raise awareness of Fair Trade throughout the school and work towards becoming an accredited Fair Trade School.
Throughout ‘Fair Trade Fortnight’, awareness of fair trade matters has been promoted through assemblies, lessons and food tasting events.
The Year 9 girls finished fourth in their competition and both Year 10 boys and girls finished third.Mary’s has yet to enjoy a Mac Rory Cup victory but there is optimism within the school that this could change this year.