St. Mary’s Secondary School have set out on a mission to obtain their first green flag! The focus for the green flag being sought is litter and waste.
Early March a group of 5th Year students and teacher Connie Curtin, attended Mallow’s Launch Night of Darkness into light in the Hibernian Hotel. Feeling highly motivated and inspired by the event, the school decided to play an active part in promoting the event and also the work Pieta House do.
On Monday 19th May, a class of transition year history students from St. Mary’s Secondary School, Mallow, visited Fota House for a tour that sought to merge heritage with educational technology. Originally built as a hunting lodge for the Earls of Barrymore, the house was extensively remodelled in the 1820s by John Smith Barry.
St. Mary’s Secondary School, Mallow, held their annual awards ceremony on Friday 16th May. Over six hundred excited students and staff crammed into the Sports Hall for what is the highlight of the school year at St. Mary’s. In attendance was special guest, Minister of State Seán Sherlock.