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Naoimh O’Keefe from First Derivatives Newry visited Year 14 Business Studies students from St Malachy’s High School, Castlewellan on Tuesday 22nd September.
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A Level English students from St Malachy’s High School, Castlewellan swapped Shakespeare for Roald Dahl for one day only on Monday 14th September when they shared their favourite Dahl stories with pupils from Primary 1 through to Primary 7 in St Malachy’s Primary School, Castlewellan.
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Congratulations to the U16 Rafferty Cup squad from St Malachy’s High School, Castlewellan who defeated St Malachy’s College Belfast on Friday 18th September in the first round with a score of 4-14 to 2-2! This is a fantastic result which augurs well for their first season in the Ulster School's GAA 'B' competition. Thanks to Mr Kevin Anderson and Mr Shea Curran for managing the team!
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The Music Department were delighted at the success of the following students in Graded Music exams taken in June 2015:
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Mrs Fiona O’Hare, Marketing Manager of the Burrendale Hotel Newcastle, paid a visit to St Malachy’s High School, Castlewellan on Tuesday 15th September to speak to Business Studies students about the functional areas and job roles within the hotel. She is pictured with some of the Business Studies students and their teacher Mrs Sinead McNulty. The Principal and Mrs McNulty wish to thank Mrs O’Hare for taking the time to give this very informative talk. 
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Canon Rogan joined St Malachy’s High School, Castlewellan  to celebrate their Year 8 Mass of Welcome on Wednesday 16th September. Pictured along with some Year 8 students are Mrs Orla O’Neill (Principal), Canon Rogan, Mrs Jayne Baird (Head of Junior School), Mr Barry Breen & Miss Caoimhe McErlane (Year 8 Year Heads). The theme for the evening was “Keep the light of Faith burning in your life”. The Principal and staff wish to thank Canon Rogan for such a meaningful service and thanks to all the students and parents who attended this special evening.
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Year 14 students from St Malachy’s High School, Castlewellan visited the University of Ulster, Jordanstown and Queen’s University, Belfast on 9th and 10th September.
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Irish Medium Students in Year 8 at St Malachy’s High School are pictured with Mrs Ciara Pickering, Head of Modern Languages and The Irish Medium Education Stream.
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Sixth Form students from St Malachy’s High School, Castlewellan who are currently studying Sport as part of their A-Level Programme, recently visited St Mary's University, Belfast.
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Nathan McCabe, a Year 9 student at St Malachy’s High School, Castlewellan took part in the Sainsbury’s School Games in Manchester at the weekend.
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As the new school year gets underway at St Malachy’s High School, Castlewellan, staff and students welcome their new school Principal, Mrs Orla O’Neill. The whole school community are very excited at this new appointment and wish her every success in her new post.
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Pictured are Year 14 students from St Malachy’s High School, Castlewellan with Head of Senior School, Maruna Hanna and
representatives from AWARE NI (Caroline McCreight and Kiri Wilson) who gave a presentation on Mental Health awareness to Year 14 students as part of their induction programme.
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Pictured are some of the Year 8 students from St Malachy’s High School who took part in a transition programme at the school this week. The programme is designed to create an ease of movement from Primary 7 into Year 8.
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On Wednesday 27th August, as part of the Year 14 induction at St Malachy’s High School, Castlewellan, past students gave a very insightful and inspirational careers talk on their university courses and employment after graduating.
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Both Mrs O’Neill and Mrs McCombe congratulate the students of St. Malachy’s High School on once again achieving outstanding results.  43% of our students at A2 received an A* or A grade in their subjects. 
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There was a fantastic buzz about St Malachy’s High School, Castlewellan on Thursday 20th August when students arrived to receive their GCSE results. A great family atmosphere was present as parents, friends and family celebrated the outstanding success of the Yr.12 students.
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