SCHOOL IS CLOSED TODAY THURSDAY 1ST MARCH DUE TO THE ADVERSE WEATHER CONDITIONS.
On February 22nd Carter Wickham, Odhran Feeley, Conor Fay, Tiarnan Blair and Tiernán O'Flaherty attended the Northern Ireland Youth Forums Youth Congress at Stormont.
During this event the boys got the opportunity to debate multiple issues in the Stormont Chambers. Odhran and Tiarnan spoke about Discrimination in our communities and the issue of an Irish Language Act. Carter and Conor spoke about multiple topics including Mental health and abuse of social media.
The chambers were full of young people who wanted to express their feelings about issues which effect them. We hope to attend an event like this again and the boys have pledged to support the Youth Forum's proposal for a NI youth assembly.
On Monday 22nd January there was an award ceremony for Year 9 pupils to celebrate successes in the Christmas tests and ARP2 analysis. VIEW GALLERY HERE
The names of all the pupils who passed all subjects were read out by the Year Head. The top performing student in each class was presented with a certificate by The Pastoral V.P. Mrs F. Crookes. The names of the pupils receiving an award are:
Oisin Mc Ewan 9A
DJ Irwin 9B
Dillon Mc Cann 9C
Kyle Gallagher 9D
Fiontan Mac Giolla Cheara 9E
Ciaran Dempsey 9F
Ibrahim Abdullah 9G
The award for overall best performance in Year 9 was awarded to;
Dillon Mc Cann 9C
Recognition was also given to those pupils within the Year group who had achieved 100% attendance in the first term. These boys were presented with a certificate by the Head of School, Mrs M. Lewis.
Live Here Love Here Awards Celebrated Local Community Heroes
Belfast, 21st February 2018: Last night was an evening of celebration as Keep Northern Ireland Beautiful hosted the second Live Here Love Here Community Awards in Belfast Harbour Commissioner’s Office, sponsored by ISL Waste Management Ltd. The event, compered by Lesser Spotted Ulster star Joe Mahon, was filled with inspirational tales from volunteers who have and continue to instil pride in our local communities through practical environmental action.
The fourteen award winners, aged 5 to 77, showed that caring for your local environment and working to make a change is a passion that spans all generations. From regular litter picks to the creation of shared community spaces these unsung heroes dedicate their time and efforts into making where we live cleaner, greener, safer and more sustainable.
The awards celebrated work such as litter picks, community involvement and going above and beyond all expectations. The bespoke award pieces, handmade out of recycled materials, were created using unplugged methods by David Keys Sustainable Woodcraft.
Belfast City Litter Heroes Award;
Winner: St. Mary’s CBGS Eco Club
Congrastulations to Sean Kelly on this fantastic achievement! A great ambassador for the school and his club! Check out the link below!
On 22nd November 2017, the ETI conducted a Sustaining Improvement Inspection in St Mary's CBGS.
The Inspection was conducted in the context of ongoing industrial action by staff.
The ETI report will appear at a later date on the ETI website www.etini.gov.uk