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Summer Examinations Timetable

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News update, June 8th, 2019

The school community are deeply saddened to hear of the tragic death of past pupil Fiona Geraghty. Our thoughts and prayers are with Fiona's parents, brothers, partner, extended family and the staff and students of St Mologa's National School. May she rest in eternal peace.

 

 

News update, May 25th, 2019

• 5th, 2nd and 1st year students commenced their summer exams this week.

• There were two Prize Giving ceremonies this week. The ceremonies are an important part of the school calendar where the school recognises the work, commitment and contribution of students to school life. Congratulations to the following students:
Senior Student of the Year: Sydney Sterio.
Mary Ward Award: Leah Jones, Sinead Oshokoya.
Senior Business Award: Lucy Cronin.
Senior Science Award: Anna Sowray, Sophie Weldon
Senior Music Award: Caoimhe Ní Mhadagáin
Senior Sports Person: Katelyn O’Brien,
Outstanding Academic Achievement, 6th Year: Coleen Conlon, Sophie Weldon, Anna Sowray, Mairéad Ní Chléirigh.
Outstanding Academic Achievement 5th Year: Naomi Folaji, Caoimhe Davis, Emily O Sullivan, Rachel Smyth.

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Junior Student of the Year: Mizna Shahid.
Junior Sports Person Award: Heather McGloughlin.
Junior Mary Ward Award: Kate Leahy, Carla Cervi.
Junior Music Student Award: Sarah El Shamy, Bairbre Logue.
Outstanding Academic Achievement 3rd Year: Mizna Shahid, Ailbhe Beggs, Caoimhe Young, Ella McCarthy.
Outstanding Academic Achievement 2nd Year: Lily Anderson, Marianne Casey, Ruth Akinola, Amy O'Connell.
Outstanding Academic Achievement 1st Year: Yasmin Rasheed, Enya Kelly, Laoise Stapleton, Samia Baloch, Áine Daughton.

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• Transition Year Students completed their summer exams last week and had their graduation ceremony. Along with parents and staff, the girls celebrated all the many events and activities that they had participated in to make their year truly memorable. Among the awards presented on the night were -
TY Students of the Year: Laura Masterson & Zainab Shahid.
Outstanding Academic Achievement: Ella O’Rourke, Alina Gull &Selina Xu.
TY Sports Persons Award: Meg Sowray & Ally Gormley.
TY Mary Ward Award: Molly Egan.

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• We said good bye to our 6th years this week. On Tuesday we had the annual dress up day. Yet again the students and staff were entertained by all the wonderful costumes created by the students.  Cardi B, Lil Wayne,  Roman Gods, the ‘pesky’ kids from Scooby-Doo, all the characters from Mario Cart, Destiny’s Child, Oreo Biscuits, ‘a Day at the beach’ and many, many more made an appearance on the day. On Tuesday evening we had the 6th year graduation ceremony. It was a beautiful ceremony where the students along with their families reminisced and celebrated six wonderful years in Loreto Balbriggan. Thank you to Father Brendan who celebrated Mass and to the Parents Association who provided light refreshments afterwards. We are very proud of all the mature, confident young women who graduated on Tuesday and would like to wish everyone the very best of luck in their exams.

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• Congratulations to Sarah McKenna who was elected Head Girl for 2019/2020. The deputy head girls are Benedit Akemba, Shauna Martin and Ruby Pereira. We would like to wish all the girls the very best for the coming year in their new leadership roles.

• 1st year students  Olivia O’Shea, Eiman Khan, Abigail O’Brien and Erica O’Brien took part in the Salter’s Festival of Chemistry at Trinity College Dublin. The girls analysed the evidence at a crime scene and took the rainbow colour challenge in the afternoon. The girls really enjoyed the experience and wear awarded 1st place in the Salter’s Challenge.

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• As we approach the State Exams we will keep in our prayers the third and sixth years.  For the third years, the Junior Cert marks the end of their time as junior students in the school,  while for the 6th years the Leaving Cert is the stepping stone to their chosen career.  We know that his time of year can be a very stressful and anxious, so we hope that the following prayer is a source of encouragement and comfort to all students sitting exams during the next few challenging weeks.

Dear God, I know you are with me and love me.
Give me peace of mind as I prepare for this time of study.
Help me to focus on my books and notes.
Keep me free from all distractions so that I will make
the best use of this time that is available to me.
Give me insight that I might understand what I am studying,
and help me to remember it when the time comes.
Above all, I thank you for the ability to be able to study
and for the many gifts and talents you have given me.
With your help, I will be focused and calm, confident and firm
in the knowledge that you are with me today and always.
Amen

 

 

 

Return to school dates, August 2019

Wednesday, 21st August All staff return.
Registration for First Years.
Thursday, 22nd August  1st / 2nd / 3rd Years return at 9.10 a.m.
Friday, 23rd August 1st / 5th / 6th Years return at 9.10 a.m.
Monday, 26th August All students except 4th Years for full day.
Classes as per timetable.
Monday, 2nd September     4th Years return for a full day of class