St Michael’s Erasmus project praised by John ODowd

logo_erasmus_plus2St Michael’s is among just 14 school in Northern Ireland to receive funding from the Erasmus project.   Six primary schools, five post-primary, one special school, one regional college and the Youth Forum – were successful in applying to Erasmus+, the EU’s flagship programme for education, training, youth and sport.

Congratulating schools successful under the scheme, the Minister said: “Erasmus+ offers children, young people and their teachers fantastic opportunities to share knowledge and experiences with their counterparts across Europe.

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A2 Irish pupils visited the Magee College

IrishA2 Irish pupils visited the Magee College campus of the University of Ulster on the 27th March to attend a stimulating and informative workshop.  The A2 Irish play, Breithiúnas, was the focus for Dr Malachy O’Neill and for reknowned Irish author Séamus Mac Annaidh who guided our pupils through the characters and themes of the work.

First Medical Student Debate

MedicalDebateCongratulations to five of our Yr13 Biology students who competed in the final of a Medical School Debate organised by the Belfast Trust on 27th March 2015. The team were narrowly beaten by Belfast Royal Academy but it was an outstanding achievement to get so far in the competition.

Congratulations to the participants: Sarah Doherty, Orlaith Skelton, Maria Quinn, Rebekah Clenaghan and Aisling O’Neill. Thanks also to Mrs Connolly who supported the team throughout the process. The Belfast Trust article can been found here.

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