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Maths Fair Friday 2018

To mark the finale of Maths Week 2018, the teachers and students combined to create a Maths Fair in our hall. This gave every class in the school the chance to challenge themselves against their friends in games ranging from Sudoku to X’s & O’s. The fair included a huge number and variety of stations…

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Maths Week 2018 – Lego Challenge

This past week has been a vèry busy one in St Malachy’s BNS, having hosted Maths Week in an incredibly inclusive, competitive and fun environment. Among an amazing list of Maths conundrums and games, the junior classes exercised their primatab skills while the senior took part in the Maths Week Maths Boards Challenge. However, one…

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Class of 2018

Best wishes to our 6th class boys who are moving to pastures new after spending five great years in the Friary. A special mass was held in their honour on Monday, June 25th in the Friary church, celebrated by our new Prior, Fr. David Barrins. This was a very talented group of boys who have…

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Lunchtime league Semi Final & Final

The semi-final and final of the lunchtime leagues took place last Friday. This is a fantastic competition organised and run by Mr Farrell in which the children play a number of gaelic matches during lunchtime over a number of weeks. Both the junior and senior end of the school have four teams so everyone competes…

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Run to Russia 2018

The opening ceremony of the World Cup also represented a special day in St Malachy’s BNS. Thursday June 14th marked the day St Malchy’s BNS completed their ‘Run To Russia’. Run To Russia was completed in conjunction with the School Mile Challenge, we in St Malachy’s BNS came up with the idea of accumulating our…

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SPORTS DAY 2018

The Friary Sports Day of 2018 turned out to be a fantastic spectacle. Morning heats ensured full participation and the support from parents, guardians and friends was a joy to see. We would like to say a huge thanks must go to to Mr Farrell who was chief organiser and all the children who took…

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