Positivity, Pride, Performance
Welcome to the Coláiste Mhuire Community,
We have a unique atmosphere here in Coláiste Mhuire where all of our teachers, secretaries and support staff genuinely strive to motivate and support every child to reach their full potential as a person. This is achieved through the warm, caring and welcoming environment which is clearly evident from the moment you walk into our school.
Coláiste Mhuire are delighted to add Computer Science to our list of Leaving Certificate subjects. Only 40 schools nationwide have been selected to provide this subject which is new to the Leaving Cert curriculum. This brings the total number of Leaving Cert subject options for pupils in the school to 18, the highest of any school in the locality. This is an exciting addition and the subject will complement the learning already taking place in subjects such as Design and Communication Graphics (D.C.G.) and Technology. Information Communications Technology (I.C.T) is already offered to students in 1st Year and has received a positive response since its introduction. Our computer coding club, Coláiste Coding, has also proved immensely popular with our students.The addition of Computer Science to the school allows these pupils progress their learning at senior level.
Junk Kouture is a competition in which participating pupils must design costumes from recycled rubbish. This is Coláiste Mhuire's first time to enter the competition. Student Eoghan McGuinness, under the guidance of Ms. Connolly, has designed an entry made from ...read more
On Thursday 25th January, Mr. Quinn & Ms. Minogue made a presentation to all Parents & Guardians of Junior students on the New Junior Cycle. While Mr. Quinn presented information regarding the changes in Grading, Timetabling & Junior Cycle Rationale, Ms....read more
The next meeting of the Parents Council is on Wednesday February 7th at 7.30 p.m. The meeting takes place in the Library which is upstairs in the Hevey building. All parents of students in the school are welcome to attend.read more
Students and staff have been keeping an eye on Multyfarnham's progress in the All-Ireland Junior club championship since they became champions of Westmeath. As anticipation for the final grows, Coláiste Mhuire have decided to base their fundraiser for the Sports...read more