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News Archive November 2020

ENGINEERING PARENTS EVENING

Posted on 10th November 2020

Engineering Parents Evening (Online)

For Year 11-14 students who are studying or considering studying A-Level Mathematics and Science/Technology, and their parents.

Find out more and register: http://go.qub.ac.uk/engineer

Contact: [email protected]

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GIDEONS INTERNATIONAL VISIT TO ST. MARY’S

Posted on 10th November 2020

On Tuesday 10 November 2020 St. Mary’s was delighted to welcome representatives from Gideons International to the school. Due to Covid restrictions, we were unable to hold our usual Year Eight assembly but through Religion classes, pupils will be told about the work of the Gideons and will receive their own copy of the Bible.  Many thanks to Gideons International for taking the time to visit the school and for providing a Bible for each Year Eight pupil to keep.

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ARCHITECTURE AT QUEEN’S PARENTS EVENING

Posted on 10th November 2020

Thinking of studying architecture and becoming an architect?

Monday 23 November 2020 18.30 - 20.00

To register https://go.qub.ac.uk/arch-pe

For questions https://go/qub.ac.uk/arch-question


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ARCHITECTURE AT QUEEN’S PARENTS EVENING

Posted on 10th November 2020

Thinking of studying architecture and becoming an architect?

Monday 23 November 2020 18.30 - 20.00

https://go.qub.ac.uk/arch-question

REGISTER http://go.qub.ac.uk/arch-pe

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UNITED AGAINST BULLYING

Posted on 12th November 2020

Anti-Bullying Week takes place from 16-20 November 2020. The theme for this year is United Against Bullying. To mark the beginning of Anti-Bullying Week, St. Mary’s is joining other schools to take part in the Northern Ireland Anti-Bullying Forum Odd Socks Day initiative on Monday 16 November 2020. Pupils and staff in St. Mary’s are being invited to wear odd socks in recognition of the uniqueness of each individual and to celebrate diversity within our school community. Together, we are united against bullying. Read More

ST. MARY’S HEAD BOY WINS NATIONAL COMPETITION

Posted on 26th November 2020

The Head Boy of St. Mary’s Grammar School, Magherafelt has been named as one of the winners of the national Spirited Arts 2020 competition. Adam Rocks entered the competition which is held annually by the National Association of Teachers of Religious Education (NATRE) and challenges students to think about Religious Education through Art.

In its 17th year, this competition has attracted over 320,000 participants averaging 20,000 competitors per year since 2004. Hundreds of UK schools get involved, with entries submitted from as far afield as Cyprus and Australia, Indonesia and South Africa.

Adam’s artwork was based on the theme ‘Art in Heaven’ and he called his piece ‘The Age of the Ocean’.

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