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Below is the timetable for the Pre-Leaving Certificate exams that will take place from February 1st, 2018. The time allocated for each exam is shown in brackets. Any extra time will be given for study BEFORE the exam begins, so please ensure you have the necessary equipment with you. There will be no morning break, so please ensure you have a good breakfast and bring a good lunch to get you through the afternoon session. The Pre Leaving Certificate exam is the only opportunity you will have to fully practice completing papers in each subject, under exam conditions, so be prepared.

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Below is the timetable for the Pre-Junior Certificate exams, beginning on January 31st, 2018. The time allocated for each exam is shown in brackets. Any extra time will be given for study BEFORE the exam begins, so please ensure you have the necessary equipment with you. There will be no morning break, so please ensure you have a good breakfast and bring a good lunch to get you through the afternoon session.

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a1sx2_Thumbnail1_239305_1280x720.jpgUseful advice for students sitting State Examinations. It is well worth taking time to read it. Click on link below.

The Countdown To The State Exams

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a1sx2_Thumbnail1_Gift_Homeless_2017.jpgThe Religion department continues to foster and encourage an active awareness of social justice in Sixth Year. The day Fr Peter McVerry visited generated an immense impact on the majority of our students. The impact was so strong that the group decided that they should give something back. It was decided that the students would be asked to contribute towards helping some homeless people to pay for a hostel for a few nights around Christmas. The cost per night is about €5, a total of €550 was collected. It was then agreed to put some money into Christmas cards to be given to some homeless. We are so lucky to have a very talented card designer in our group. Sarah Beegan indicated that she was willing to make homemade cards instead of those mass produced. Regardless of the amount of work involved it was decided that it would be much more personal to make our own. Sarah donated all the materials and a production line was established to manufacture a large amount of cards. Each card had a hand written message from our year group.

On the 20th December a representative group travelled to Dublin. The students were Harry Kelly, Colm O’Sullivan, Emily Kinsella, Eva O’Connell, Muireann Healy, Stephen Duffy, Sarah Beegan and Robbie Walsh. After an inspiring talk Fr. McVerry brought us to the Youth Café on Berkeley Street. There was a Christmas themed morning open to any homeless person to drop in and have breakfast, warmth and company. We spoke to many homeless people as the students presented them with the cards. The level of appreciation shown by these people will live long in our memories. The school community were so proud of the happiness that all our Sixth Year students brought to these people, even if only for a brief time. Well done to all!

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Back(l-r) Sarah Beegan, Eva O’Connell, Stephen Duffy, Fr. Peter McVerry, Emily Kinsella, Colm O’Sullivan, Front (l-r) Muireann Healy,  Robbie Walsh and Harry Kelly.

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a1sx2_Thumbnail1_IMG_1353-1.JPGThe chosen charity for this year’s 5th year fundraiser was Pieta house. As a group they decided to raise money for Pieta House. There is a growing awareness of the importance of mental health in society and people feel more able to seek help. Pieta House plays a vital role in aiding individuals and families who have been affected by suicide and depression. The 5th year students felt compelled to help this extremely influential charity in raising awareness on this important matter and raising essential funds for Pieta House.

Over a number of months the students raised €5000 for Pieta House meeting the original goal that they had set out to achieve. The students organised a variety of fundraising events in order to raise this invaluable amount such as bake sales, a Christmas Jumper Day, the infamous Student vs Teacher soccer match and the popular Action Concert. Funds raised from the very successful Liam Lawton Christmas Concert also went towards this cause.

Well done to the 5th year fundraising committee for all their hard work and dedication, members were;
Siofra McAullife, Stephen Duffy, Christopher Ryan, Robbie Walsh, Hannah Lee, Roisin Boyling, Katie Christanseen, Harry James, Kate Crowley, Emily Blake, Aoife Fiztgerald and Ciara Murphy. They could not have achieved their goal without the help of their Religion teaches, Mr Kavanagh, Ms Carden, Ms Mc Mahon and Mr Breslin and their Year Head, Mr Cahillane.

Avisited the school to give the students a talk about the work of Pieta House and to thank them for their generous donation. The committee would like to thank all the students and teachers who supported and donated to this worthy cause.

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As we are all aware, this year marks the 100th anniversary of the 1916 Easter Rising, the rebellion for Irish independence that changed the course of Ireland’s history. As part of our schools 1916 Centenary Commemorations we have compiled this web based 1916 Facts and Quiz.
The Facts element is split into 2 sections - please browse through both sections and refresh your knowledge about the Rising.
If you are feeling confident then follow on and complete our online quiz. Provide your name and email and you will receive your score once you submit your answers.
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  • Click on Banner below to read our facts about 1916 and then click to complete our online quiz.
  • After you submit your quiz answers you will receive an email with your score and the correct answers.
  • There will be a prize draw for all Scoil Mhuire students who answer all questions correctly.
  • Prove your knowledge and wear the O Neills 1916 Commemoration Jersey with pride. The unique jersey features a reproduction of the 1916 Proclamation.


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Our 2nd Year students enjoyed a great European trip. As usual it was an adventure filled trip with many great memories and experiences for all.
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Day1

On Tuesday morning, we had an early but excitable start. The two buses were waiting at the school at the early time of 3am. We headed towards the airport, where we boarded the plane to Barcelona. When we arrived in Barcelona, the weather was sunny and warm. When we got on the bus and did some sightseeing, where we saw the Olympic Stadium, the Sagrada Família (a cathedral that has been in construction for over 200 years) and went on a cable car up a mountain. Then we had a long bus journey to our hotel in Salou, after we went to a magic show called The House Illusion. It was great fun!

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On the second day we went to a monastery in Monserrat on the top of a beautiful mountain. It was all really interesting and the scenery was amazing. Later we got to go to Camp Nou where Barcelona play soccer and see the massive pitch and all the merchandise. Then we went back to our our hotel to get ready for dinner and then for bowling.
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We woke up in the morning and went to Tarragona, where we saw gorgeous scenery and went for a bit of shopping. For lunch, we went back to our hotel and after we got into our best attire as this was our ‘fancy’ night. We went back to Barcelona and went to the outstanding science museum where we saw an amazing indoor rain forest and some other science inventions. Later we went for dinner to a Spanish restaurant for dinner and saw some traditional flamingo dancing. We had a delicious meal and a great evening. Then we had to go back to our hotel to pack our bags.

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SCOIL MHUIRE REMEMBERS 1916

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Liam Lawton Concert

Christmas Concert Special

Liam Lawton will be performing in Concert in Scoil Mhuire Community School

Date: Thursday December 10th.

Special Guests will be Scoil Mhuire Community School Choir.

Tickets €20 available at:
Scoil Mhuire Community School Office
Clane Parish Office
Londis Clane
Marrons Pharmacy Clane

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a1sx2_Thumbnail1_IMG_0016-Small_20151116-110358_1.JPGThe Student Counil would like to thank everyone who made up a Christmas Shoebox for the needy children in Africa and Eastern Europe.

The Committee successfully co-ordinated the collection of 193 boxes this year. Each fift box had €4 included for transport. Team Hope will ensure these gifts will be delivered directly to the children this Christmas. The Student Council held a pizza sale to help fund this worthwhile project..

Well done to all Council Members:

Mark Kelly, Alix Weld, Finn Gillespie, Martha Graham, Aisling Wyss, Tara Swinburne, Siofra McAuliffe, Robbie Walsh, John Noe Crainie, Robbie Philips, Emma Quine, Lauren Behan.

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Our 2nd Year students enjoyed a great European trip. They traveled out on the 29th of March, returning on the 3rd of April. As usual it was an adventure filled trip with many great memories and experiences for all.

This years tour included visits to Germany, Austria , Northern Italy, Munich, Dachau Concentration Camp, Bayern Munich, Salzburg, Mozart's House, Innsbruck, Gardaland ..........

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Students from Scoil Mhuire Community School Clane got to experience political sparring at the highest level in Dublin Castle. They were debating the hot topic of renewable energy targets in the eighth annual Model Council of the European Union.

Students from 28 schools across the country each role-played a different EU Member State in an intense and well informed discussion.

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Scoil Mhuire EuropeanTour Preview

29th March – 3rd April 2015

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Germany - Austria - Northern Italy - Munich - Dachau Concentration Camp - Bayern Munich - Salzburg - Mozart's House - The Sound of Music - Innsbruck - Gardaland ..........

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a1sx2_Thumbnail2_IMG_7814-Small.JPGOn Wednesday Feb 4th in advance of mock examinations, the Religion Department hosted a Positivity morning for 6th year students.

Meditation, Zumba dancing, Gaming and Music were available to the students followed by a social event where refreshments were provided. The students baking talents were on display with some delicious biscuits and cakes on offer. A thoroughly enjoyable morning was had by all.

 

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Congratulations to the Fifth year Fundraising Committee who successfully co-ordinated events leading to the collection of €5000 for the Friends of St Lukes' Cancer Care charity, the chosen recipients of this years' funds. The committee members travelled to St. Lukes last week to hand over the cheque, accompanied by Mr. Dermody and Mr. Breslin. The funds were raised in the weeks leading up to Christmas from a number of events including the annual teacher-student soccer match, a most successful Christmas jumper day, Bake sale, Carol singing, raffles, the Make a Difference Concert and a meet and greet with Home and Away star, Andrew Morley.

Thank you to everyone who contributed to the fund and well done to the committee members  Stephen Herring, Aisling Bannon, Sinead Casey, Bebhinn Cogan, Paul O Flaherty, Karl Lynham, Barry Kiely, Paul McCraith, Emily O Brien, Molly Kelly, Rachel Malone, Siobhan Timmons, Orianne Hackett, and Aine Logan for all their efforts.

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b2ap3_thumbnail_IMG_9500.jpgScoil Mhuire’s Adult Education department celebrated the success of its students at a graduation ceremony in The Westgrove Hotel in Clane on Tuesday 18th November. A total of 306 Adult Learners graduated in the 2013/14 academic year in courses affiliated to ITEC, FETAC, and Maynooth University. In our current Autumn term, there are 388 learners studying courses certified by these awarding bodies. Special guest on the evening was the Minister for Education, Jan O’Sullivan. After a tour of Scoil Mhuire and viewing many of the night classes in progress, Ms. O’ Sullivan joined graduates and their families in the Westgrove Hotel to celebrate their success.

Link to Scoil Mhuire Adult Education Graduation Ceremony 2014 Photo Gallery

Other distinguished guests to attend on the night were Deputy Emmett Stagg, TD, Ms. Josephine Finn, Head of Adult & Community Education, Maynooth University and Mr. Tommy Morris, FETAC Tutor.

Mr. Edmund Behan, Assistant Director in the Adult Education Department in Scoil Mhuire began the evening by welcoming graduates and their guests to the ceremony. He congratulated all graduates on their success. Edmund then introduced tutors and Guest Speakers.

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Transition Year students enjoyed another great trip to the UK at Easter.

There were many highlights including Alton Towers and Old Trafford. While exhausted on return, it was a hugely successful, thoroughly enjoyable trip and the students' behavior was impeccable. Thanks again to all teachers who came along!

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Transition Year students enjoyed another great trip to the UK at Easter.

There were many highlights including Alton Towers and Old Trafford. While exhausted on return, it was a hugely successful, thoroughly enjoyable trip and the students' behavior was impeccable. Thanks again to all teachers who came along!

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Scoil Mhuire Tour

Sunday 13th – Thursday 17th April 2014


 

Day 1 – Sunday 13th April 2014

Funicular to Heidelberg Castle

  • The group leaves Dublin Airport Terminal 2 at at 07.00am arriving into Frankfurt Airport – Terminal 2 at 10.05am.
  • Transfer to the university city of Heidelberg. Journey time is approximately 1 ½ hours.
    There will be a guided walking tour of the old town at 1.00pm.  The tour lasts 1 hour with the opportunity to discover the beauty of this romantic town with its picturesque lanes.  Sights to watch out for include the Church of the Holy Ghost, the Oldest University of Germany, the Old Bridge etc.
  • Following this, take the funicular to Heidelberg Castle, one of Germany’s most important cultural monuments, perched over the city.  A visit to its ruins is a must.  The castle is home to reputedly the largest wine barrel in the world, The Heidelberg Tun, built in 1751 by Prince Elector Karl Theodor to house the wine paid as taxes by the wine growers of the Palatine. It stands seven metres high, is eight and a half metres wide, holds 220,000 litres (58,124 gallons) of wine, and has a dance floor built on top of it! Enjoy the spectacular views from the Castle over the Neckar Valley.
  • At 15.30 continue to Strasbourg. Journey time is approximately 2 hours.
  • Upon arrival enjoy a 70 minute relaxing cruise down the Fluvial taking in all the historic sights of Strasbourg. The tour will depart from the Palais Rohan.
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RTE Player Service on Sunday

On Sunday 15th December Fr Paul O'Boyle celebrated Gaudete Sunday, and was joined by pupils, staff and friends from Scoil Mhuire Community School in Clane, in the studio. With musical director Brian Shanahan and Sarah Nevin leading the school choir.

The RTE TV cameras were in the school to capture footage of the daily activities in the school. This was broadcast before the live mass. Click here or on image above to view the service on the RTE Player

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MediumThe Shoe Box Appeal for Team Hope was an outstanding success this year with 149 boxes collected. The campaign, promoted by the parish council, was spearheaded by student council members who organised the collection through the tutor groups. As a result of their efforts and the generosity of the students, 149 children will be opening their gift boxes in time for Christmas. Well done and a huge thank you to everyone involved.

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Student Council members with Shoe Boxes for Team Hope

" The Student Council will be collecting Shoe boxes for the Christmas Shoe box appeal. We will be collecting boxes up until 11th of November. Every year Scoil Mhuire collects one third of all the Shoe boxes collected in the parish (something the school is very proud of). One year the Student Council managed to collect 180 boxes , last year we managed to only collect 67 which isn't great considering there is over 1000 students in the school, so we are hoping to do better this year. So if you can could you please bring in a full complete shoebox with €5 (for shipping) , a shoe box , toys ( no toy weapons) , sweets (no chocolate) , socks , hats , pencils , copies etc. Or if you wish you can just donate €10 and we will fill a box on your behalf ."

Thanks
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There was great excitement as 'The Gooch' – Colm Cooper came to visit us at Scoil Mhuire on the 9th October 2013.

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Student Awards 2013

Pictures from the Annual Student Award Ceremonies held in Scoil Mhuire Community School Clane. Awards were presented in many categories including academic, sports, personal development, merits, performance arts and drama.

Guest speaker at the Junior Awards was past student and musician Alan Brereton who urged students to follow a career in something they love doing; while at the Senior ceremony Chris O Donohue, Newstalk Journalist, encouraged the students to value both their friends and their school community.

The Cathy Walsh Award for best overall student in Junior Cert was won by Harry Quinn, third year.

The Principal’s Award went to sixth year Simon Chambers.

Best overall sixth year student was Aoibhinn O Neill who won the Peter McCreery Award.

 

 

 

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b2ap3_thumbnail_ty-trip-2013-group.jpg It was a cold and chilly trip to the UK with the Transition Year students this year but luck was certainly on our side. The days before our departure saw ferry cancellations and the closure of Alton Towers due to snow. Our timing couldn't have been better however, as the theme park opened the day we were due there and thanks to the adverse weather, crowds were sparse and students had the very rare opportunity of the run of the park! Other highlights included a walking tour of Liverpool, bowling, a trip to Old Trafford, where the teachers and students met Alex Ferguson (!) all rounded off with some retail therapy in the very impressive Trafford Centre.
While exhausted on return, it was a hugely successful, thoroughly enjoyable trip and the students' behaviour was impeccable. Thanks again to all teachers who came along!

 

 

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For Third Year students progressing straight to Leaving Certificate and for Transition Year students who will be entering Fifth Year in September a number of information sessions will take place in the school to provide information on each subject at Leaving Certificate level. An information evening will be held in the school on Wednesday, March 13th to outline options and to distribute option sheets. Students and parent(s)/guardian(s) should be in attendance. Click on the links below for more information on subject choices at Leaving Cert. Ask your teachers; read the information- make an informed decision.

 

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Scoil Mhuire Tour

Monday 25th – Saturday 30th March 2013

 


 

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Halloween Walk

Ghouls and Spirits, Cowboys and Indians, Zombies, Pirates, Witches and even Jedward lookalikes of all shapes and sizes invaded Clane and stopped traffic on Fri Oct 26th for the now annual Scoil Mhuire fundraising walk through the village. Over €10,000 has been raised for school activities. Thank you to everyone who contributed to the success of the event. Students who brought in over 50 euro will be treated to an ice skating trip.

Sixth Year Pirates at the Halloween Walk,  Kelly a. Murphy, Niamh Coleman, Aisling Morrin, Lauren Morrissey and Aoibhinn O Neill
Sixth Year Pirates at the Halloween Walk,  Kelly a. Murphy, Niamh Coleman, Aisling Morrin, Lauren Morrissey and Aoibhinn O Neill

 

Mentors

Thank you to all sixth year mentors who have helped our first years with the transition from primary school to life in Scoil Mhuire. Your assistance with students has been greatly appreciated. Keep up the good work.

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Christmas Shoe Box Appeal

Student Council members with Shoe Boxes for Team Hope

Over sixty boxes were collected by members of the Student Council from among the student body for delivery to Eastern European children by Team Hope. Thank You to everyone who donated a box.

 

SVP Hamper Appeal

Senior students organised the SVP hamper appeal and each Junior tutor group helped fill a food hamper for distribution through Clane SVP.

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