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Pictured are our Year 12 students who have successfully obtained a GCSE in Occupational Studies in 2014-2015 with SERC in a variety of subjects: Contemporary Cuisine & Patisserie; Electrical Wiring and Car Mechanics; Facial Skincare and Hair Styling.
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St Malachy’s High School, Castlewellan is proud to announce the launch of their Christmas and Gift Fair Grand Raffle in aid of the Refugee Crisis. 
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Year 14 Senior Prefects from St Malachy’s High School, Castlewellan organised a series of events during the week from 12th-16th October in support of raising money and supplies for the current refugee crisis.
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Year 14 students from St Malachy’s High School, Castlewellan successfully completed their training for their work as Prefects.
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Year 14 students from St Malachy’s High School, Castlewellan, Shauna McClelland, Niamh Howell and Grainne Laverty were each awarded the very prestigious Gold Crest Award for their work during their Nuffield research placements in the summer.
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The Year 14 A Level Irish class from St Malachy’s High School, Castlewellan attended a workshop on ‘Gearrscannáin’ at the QFT in Queens University Belfast on Tuesday 20th October. 
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‘True Colours’ is an annual exhibition which presents the very best of Art and Design work created by GCSE, AS and A2 students from across Northern Ireland - when young artists are selected to showcase their projects in the Ulster Museum, Belfast.
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Many thanks to Down Council representatives Katrina Hynds and Alison Duggan along with Station Officer Neil McGrath of NIFRS who made a presentation to remind our students about the need to stay safe over Halloween.
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With so many of our students commuting to school on buses, Year 8 students met with the Translink team led by Susan and Kevin, who took students through the various steps of how to travel safely on the school buses.
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St Malachy’s impressive start in all Ulster Post Primary competitions continued this week as their McLarnon Cup team got off to a winning start on Monday morning with a hard fought victory over Virginia College, Cavan in Middletown.
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435 students from St Malachy’s High School, Castlewellan participated in the CREST AWARD program, facilitated by Sentinus – Stem in Action.
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Year 10 History students enjoyed a World War One themed Literacy Day in the school library last week. They were able to identify and examine genuine WW1 artefacts and engaged in a discussion of the role of new weapons in warfare.
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Some of our Year 10 history students paid a visit to the Ulster History Museum in Belfast last week. As part of the history curriculum they completed a World War 1 workshop.
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Sixth form students along with Mr Faloon's Motor Vehicle and Road Traffic Studies class from St Malachy’s High School, Castlewellan, attended a Road Safety Road Show in SERC Downpatrick yesterday which highlighted the dangers associated with driving.
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Year 8 and 9 students from St Malachy’s High School, Castlewellan were treated to a fun and creative cookery demonstration this week by Mrs Patricia McClean from the Livestock and Meat Commission.
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Students from St Malachy’s High School, Castlewellan are pictured with clerical officer Ms Claire McKeefry with certification of their donation to P.I.P.S Newry and Mourne. Many thanks to everyone who donated!
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