Thursday, 23 May, 2019

News

Extra Curricular activities Spring 2019

Pupils have been involved in a host of various activities this term, briefly mentioned below, please note this is currently being updated and may not include all activities organised by staff, presented in random order: Scripture Union: students attended a highly enjoyable weekend away to Bushmills, organised by Mr. Reid and Mrs. Sloan. In addition […]

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Junk Kouture Grand Final Dublin 2nd May 2019

One entry from Monaghan Collegiate School have been selected to go through to the national final of the Junk Kouture recycled fashion competition 2019. This competition has established itself as the leading fashion competition for teenagers throughout Ireland and aims to promote recycling and creativity. Earlier this year two designs were selected from over 1,500 […]

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Fundraising update

The school community has been very active this year hosting a number of innovative and enjoyable fundraising events for a variety of good causes briefly outlined below, our thanks to all those who organised, participated and supported these events: • Sale of Work in aid of School Development €4,250 approx • CSPE Action Project in […]

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Carol Service proceeds in aid of Irish Motor Neurone Disease Association

The annual Carol Service was held on 20th December in First Monaghan Presbyterian Church Monaghan Town. The Carol Service is always a well support event as the whole school community come together to celebrate the Birth of Jesus. This year the proceeds of the collection were donated to the Irish Motor Neurone Disease Association totalling […]

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Christmas Jumper Day and Collegiate’s Got Talent Show

Transition Year pupils were busy this week hosting a Talent Show and a Christmas Jumper Day in aid of Motor Neurone Disease. Over €900 has been collected towards this worthy cause. The Judging panel had a difficult task as all the contestants were excellent and performances were of a very high standard. The audience were […]

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Educational Day Trips

This term has been a very busy term with pupils attending a number of events. Some of the December events which have included: LCVP business visit to the Butlers Museum and Factory in Dublin. Junior Cycle English attended the Garage Theatre to a production of the Merchant of Venice. Leaving Cert English attended the Cyclone […]

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CSPE Action Project

Congratulations to the CSPE Action Project team who organised a number of fund raising events in aid of Crocus Group and Monaghan Cancer Treatment. All Form 3 Junior Cycle participated in the events and raised over €2740 for these two worthy charities. Presentation of the cheques took place after the Carol Service on Thursday 19th […]

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Tydavent Show Winners – Woodwork Section

Congratulations to Dean McCoy and David Hill who won prizes at the Tydavnet Parish Show for their woodwork entries in August 2018. The boys were presented with their awards from members of the Committee on the 19th November 2018 and were joined by their Woodwork teacher Mr. Martin Killoran.

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World War 1 Remembrance Ceremony

A ceremony of remembrance was held in Monaghan Collegiate School on Friday 9th November 2018 to remember those from County Monaghan who gave their lives in World War 1, many of whom would have been of similar ages to the senior students present. The event was also attended by Mr. Raymond McHugh Principal and Senior […]

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Prize Day 2018

Mr Reid joined Canon Ian Berry in welcoming all to Monaghan Collegiate prize day noting that he was delighted and humbled by the great support offered to the students by the parents and friends of this school. He said that was truly a gift to the young people to realise that their efforts and achievements […]

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