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Year 11 and 12 Physics students from St Malachy’s High School, Castlewellan had a great experience yesterday visiting Queens University Belfast for the Tyndall Lecture for schools.

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Our pupils were the first with their hands up to volunteer for the interactive elements of the lecture and did a brilliant job of demonstrating the four fundamental forces of our Universe.

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Mrs Jackie Bogues along with a group of Year 13 and 14 students from St Malachy’s High School, collected a Democracy Award

at the launch of the results of the UK Youth Parliament’s 2019 ‘Make Your Mark Youth Consultation’ in Newry, Mourne and Down District Council Chamber last week.

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Back L-R Terry Andrews (Newry and Mourne District Council), Daniel McKernan, Conor McPolin, Chloe McKevitt and Cathal McCann

Front – Baroness Margaret Ritchie and Mrs Jackie Bogues

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David Gore & Andrea Foster (centre), Apprenticeship Development Managers at the SOUTH EASTERN REGIONAL COLLEGE delivered a presentation on Higher Level Apprenticeships to Year 14 Students at St Malachy’s High School last week.

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They highlighted the benefits of Higher Level Apprenticeships and the range of local companies and courses on offer. Many thanks to them for this very informative and valuable presentation. Pictured with them are Year 14 students: Dáire Vint, Niall Donnan, Chloe Burke, Conor Doran & Pierre Kelly

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Many thanks to the PSNI along with the Youth Diversion officer, Karen Revels-Ward, who visited St Malachy’s High School last week to deliver a talk to Year 9 on Internet Safety.

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St Malachy's 10k and 5k Run to celebrate the School’s 60th anniversary will be held later in the year.

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Year 14 student Niamh Sharkey, from St Malachy’s High School, graduated from the Queen's University 'Pathways Opportunities Programme' recently.

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St Malachy's High School Year 13 students have thoroughly enjoyed their first term as Reading Partners with pupils from St Malachy's Primary School and Annsborough Integrated Primary School.

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Pupils and staff from St Malachy’s High School presented food hampers to Mr Jim Morgan from St Vincent de Paul this week.

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St Malachy’s High School library celebrated the festive season with ‘The 12 Words of Christmas’ competition.

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The Year 14 Travel and Tourism group from St Malachy’s High School recently visited the Burrendale Hotel as part of their Customer Service unit.

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These Year 14 students were presented with certificates to recognise their voluntary work in sport.

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GCSE Occupational Studies (Logistics & Transport) students from St Malachy’s High School recently visited Warrenpoint Harbour Authority and Tesco’s Supermarket, Newry as part of their GCSE studies.

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The Year 13 Drama class from St Malachy’s High School had a wonderful time on Wednesday at St Malachy's Primary School performing some of their Halloween themed stories and poetry for Mrs Smyth's P4 class.

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Witches, ghosts, vampires, blood, guts and graveyards were the order of the day in St Malachy’s HS library as students used their own creativity to compose a spooky Halloween poem.

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Ten Year 14 students from St Malachy’s High School, Castlewellan were involved in an amazing project this summer.
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