Return Dates for 16-17 Year

The following are the return dates for Scoil Mhuire students. 1st Years – Tuesday 30th August 3rd & 6th Years – Wednesday 31st August 2nd & 5th Years – Thursday 1st September LCA Students and Repeat LC students – Monday 5th September

5th Year Book List 16-17

5th Year Book List September 2016 – 2017 Subject Level Name of Book Author/Publisher Irish Ordinary Gleasnótaí Gaeilge 2018 Mentor Irish Higher No book required.  Notes supplied (€5 payable to teacher)   English Students will be informed in September once levels have been confirmed Maths Ordinary Active Maths 3 (book … Continue reading

Scoil Mhuire Athletics

Scoil Mhuire Athlete selected to represent Ulster in the Tailteann Irish Schools Inter-Provincial Championships. Pat Loughrey is a student in Scoil Mhuire Buncrana and is an outstanding young athlete. This academic year he has won the Donegal and Mid-Ulster cross country schools events. More recently, he took gold at the … Continue reading

Prize-Giving 2016

Scoil Mhuire celebrated their students in both academic and sporting awards while also acknowledging all the success the students had both and out of school. Bishop Donal McKeown was the guest speaker and gave a very uplifting speech to the students and staff. Below you will see and collection of … Continue reading

Junk Kouture

Congratulations and well done to Transition Year student, Mariusz Malon  on being the overall winner of the Northern Region with his outfit called Anthropocene. Mariusz designed and modelled his creation on the stage of the 3Arean in Dublin and then again on The Late Late show on Friday night. He … Continue reading

Happy Days 2016

   Scoil Mhuire had their 2nd annual “Happy Days”, which is a week that was designed to help promote Positive Mental Health and wellbeing  for both staff and students. The committee organised many different events and activities over the course of the week. Monday The TY YSI students went bag packing in Supervalu free … Continue reading

WOW – Transition Year

​Transition Year students from Scoil Mhuire Buncrana attended a festival in the Playhouse Theatre, Derry. Women of the World (WOW) festival schools event consisted of a series of talks and workshops on topics such as gender identity, the promotion of women in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) industries, mental health awareness, and the effect the media has on … Continue reading