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  • Youth Sport West Leadership Award:

     

    During TY 2011/2012, five of our students took part in the leadership Award Programme. They had many challenges/ modules to undertake over a number of weeks. Students completed three...

  • Girls Active Programme:

     

    Our Second year students have taken part in many activities under this  programme since September 2012 including Dance, Martial Arts and Aerobics. They were also rewarded with a...

  • Mercy College launched Literacy Week with a visit from the Sligo Library Services,  where students in First Year took part in a workshop on the benefits of being a member of the local library. The school is taking part in Literacy Week's...

  • Mercy College Sligo  is coordinating the 2013/2014  Sligo Town Twinning German Exchange. A group of German  students will travel to Sligo  on March 25th  and stay until April 2nd .The Sligo students will return to Kempten...

  • Adult Education Classes in Computers and German take place every Wednesday at Mercy College from February 27th    at     7.15 pm. Both classes are at Beginners Level.

  • Adult Education classes in Computers and German at Beginners/Intermediate levels will commence in Mercy College Sligo on February 19th at 7pm.Enrolment and first class on that night. For further information please e mail...

  • The German debating team  advanced to the 3rd round of the Siemens/Department of Education National German Debating  Competition in Carrick on Shannon Education Centre last week.The team consisted of Hannah Kielty (Captain), Susan...

  • Over 90 students took part in St Brigid's Cross making today. Ms McIntyre organised the event as part of the Catholic Schools Week  celebrations.The Transition Year students demonstrated to the First Year students the art of making the...

  • All Transition Year took part in a Holocaust memorial service last week . The students met in the courtyard garden and lit 6 candles in memory of the 6 million Jews who died in the Holocaust.The students had planted yellow crocuses in the shape...

  • The Internationally acclaimed Young American Group arrived on Thursday afternoon and rehearsed with the 150 strong cast until 9pm. On Friday we had a full day of rehearsals  where everything from music, dance song, theatre and instrumental...