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2nd Year Fundraise for Afri!

Our 2nd Year students have been busy making over 200 St.Brigid’s Day crosses for their C.SP.E. projects. The St. Brigid’s Peace Cross was launched in Derry by the late Nobel Laureat, Sean MacBride in 1983. St. Brigid’s Peace Day, February 1st, is also the first day of Spring , the season in which we celebrate […]

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Young Scientist

Our Young Scientist Project was ‘Formulating a seaweed based skin cream using the North Clare seaweeds Fucus serratus and Fucus vesiculosus for potential use in the cosmeceutical industry” came from a previous project idea in our school, which found that seaweeds had anti-bacterial and anti-oxidant properties. After spending five days in school during the Christmas […]

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School Bank opening

The School Bank ‘ TIB ‘ will be open this Thursday,the twenty first of January in room nine. It will be open for all banking purposes whether that is bringing back forms,lodging money to a currently opened account or joining the school bank. Be sure to get your account opened this Thursday to be included […]

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Garda Youth Division Awards

Three Scoil Mhuire students were amongst the Clare teens celebrated for their community involvement in the county’s inaugural Garda Division Youth Awards last week. Clodagh Sulley was one of six who received an individual award while Aoife Cuddihy and Sinead Coughlan received an award for their involvement with the North Clare Irish Red Cross Cadets. […]

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School Bank Opening Soon

For the first time in a few years the schools bank will be open for business. The bank will be run by nine TY students with the help of Mary Gleeson. This is all part of AIB’s Build a Bank competition. The bank has already had a couple of team meetings. While a theme has […]

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Lisdoon Play

On Thursday, the twenty sixth of November, the first,second and Transition Year class groups attended the annual Lisdoovarna Play performed by their transition year students. Buses brought all of the girls from Scoil Mhuire to Lisdoonvarna secondary school. The show was based upon the subject of ‘ fame’ and how we all long for this […]

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HATS OFF TO SCOIL MHUIRE STUDENTS

Thanks to Creative Engagement NAPD, a unique millinery workshop was offered free of charge to all Transition Year students in Scoil Mhuire, Ennistymon.Award-winning milliner Sinéad Madden was invited by art teacher Mary Fahy to provide two 2-Day workshops to our Transition Year classes. TYB had their workshops on Tue 10th and Thur 19th November 2015. […]

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Romeo and Juliet

We went to see the play of Romeo and Juliet on the third of November in Nenagh. We began studying Romeo and Juliet at the start of second year with Ms.Barry. Before we started the actual play we looked at the atmosphere at the time Shakespeare was a writer, the Renaissance, to get an idea […]

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