November Remembrance

posted 2 Dec 2020, 03:11 by Rowan Averill

Students took part in a November Remembrance Service on Wednesday 25th of November. This annual event commemorates our loved ones who have passed on. Thanks to Mr. Mangan and Sharon Whelan for organising this. 

MCS Annual Admission Notice

posted 24 Sept 2020, 09:30 by cora tighe   [ updated 24 Sept 2020, 09:33 ]

Our MCS Annual Admission Notice is attached here as a pdf.

Kind regards,


Tom Quinlan Cup Champions!

posted 28 Feb 2020, 00:37 by Rowan Averill   [ updated 9 Mar 2020, 17:01 ]

Well done to the 1st Year Boys Gaelic Team who won the Tom Quinlain Cup on Friday, 14th February in Abbotstown. 
They beat Castleknock Community college with a scoreline of 3-4 to 0-7. Thanks to their coaches Mr. Aston and Mr. Mangan. 

Rugby 7's Champions

posted 30 Jan 2020, 07:29 by Nick Menezes   [ updated 30 Jan 2020, 07:31 ]

Congratulations to the 1st year rugby 7's team who won the Westmantown 7's competition for the second season in a row. 

U16 All Ireland Basketball Champions

posted 20 Jan 2020, 08:35 by jean ward

Huge congratulations to our U16 Boys Basketball team who have won the All Ireland Schools Cup Final today in the National Basketball Arena, Tallaght.
They comprehensively beat St Patrick's College, Cavan in their match earlier today!

Super TY Art and Cultural trip to Spain:

posted 25 Nov 2019, 14:51 by cora tighe   [ updated 25 Nov 2019, 14:52 ]

Our recent TY Art and Cultural trip to Seville and Cordoba in Spain was a great success.  Well done to all of our TY students and a sincere 'Gracias' to Ms Jackson for organising and to Ms Kelly and Ms CM Tighe for assisting.

TY Gaisce students volunteer at local parkrun

posted 10 Nov 2019, 05:44 by Andrea Wilson

 A group of fabulous fourth years have been regularly volunteering at Malahide junior parkrun; a free community running event for children aged 4-14 years.  The TY students have been marshaling, timekeeping and handing out finish tokens to the children who run the 2km event every Sunday morning.  The Run Director (pictured here with the students) then signs their forms and the students put their volunteering achievements towards their Bronze Medal Gaisce Award, which they will receive next year.  

3.6 tour of Newgrange

posted 31 Oct 2019, 06:07 by Andrea Wilson

 Class 3.6 recently went on a guided tour of Newgrange and Knowth in Co. Meath.  They went inside the 5,000 year old passage tomb at Newgrange and experienced a light simulation of the winter solstice. They also climbed the roof of the larger passage tomb at Knowth and learned of the importance of this unique heritage site in Ireland. 

Food and clothing collection for the homeless

posted 25 Oct 2019, 09:26 by Fionnuala Timlin

For the last week, Class 4.2 have been working on a food and clothing collection for homeless people in Ireland.

At the moment, there are 10,338 people officially homeless in Ireland. When we did this exact same fundraising event last year, the figure was 9,527. In 2017, it was 8,160. Sadly, this problem we have in our country is getting worse and not better.

In response to this, for the week of the 21st to the 25th October, Class 4.2 asked students and staff in Malahide Community School to bring one item of food for the appeal. Once again, our school community was extremely generous and the response was very heart-warming.


The students also spent Thursday fundraising in the Pavilions Shopping Centre and Swords Central. They asked shoppers entering into Dunnes Stores, SuperValu and Penneys to buy one extra item along with their normal shop, which they could then donate into their trolley. The shoppers on this day were very kind and generous to our students. Some customers even went and bought the students donuts and offered to buy them lunch as a way of saying thank-you for their hard work.


Between what was gathered both in school, in the Pavilions and in Swords Central, Class 4.2 collected the following

·         128kg of Pasta

·         6,040 teabags

·         22kg of Rice

·         185 tins of beans

·         431 tins of other food items

·         104 jars of food

·         54 packets of noodles

·         304 packets of crisps

·         171 packets of biscuits

·         592 pairs of socks

·         190 pairs of gloves

·         135 hats


…along with plenty of chocolates, sanitary items, scarves, jackets, boots, underwear, blankets, water bottles and cuddly toys for children.  The goods collected from Penneys alone came to the value of €2,469!


All of the goods collected will go to the soup kitchen “Friends helping Friends.” This is a soup kitchen based on Westmoreland Street every Tuesday and Saturday night. They feed around 400 men, women and children on an average night. The people working for this soup kitchen depend entirely on donations like the one we are making. They do not receive any funding whatsoever. If you search for them on Facebook you will find their page and you can see for yourself the hard work they put do week in, week out.

Once, thanks again for support this worthy cause.  

Junior and Senior Rugby Victories

posted 21 Oct 2019, 07:06 by Nick Menezes   [ updated 21 Oct 2019, 07:42 ]

Well done to the Junior and Senior rugby teams who both won their first pool matches of the Development Cup and Development Shield respectively. Both teams managed to pick up the bonus point.

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