Well done to our 5th year LCVP students!

posted 15 Feb 2019, 01:48 by cora tighe

Well done to the 5th Year LCVP students pictured who raised over €175 for the RNLI, through the sale of Christmas Cards. Many thanks to Beverly Killeen, Education Officer with the RNLI, for coming in and presenting the students with their certificates this week.  Thanks very much to Ms Bernie Foley for all of her work with this LCVP initiative.

Table Quiz - Malahide Portmarnock Youth Counselling Service

posted 14 Feb 2019, 00:57 by Tara McCarthy   [ updated 14 Feb 2019, 00:58 ]

MCS Student Reaches Leinster Debating Finals

posted 11 Feb 2019, 04:28 by Dawn Marie Conaty

Congratulations to our 3rd year student on reaching the Leinster Finals of the Mace debating competitions. Students entered several Mace debates over the winter months and it is a great achievement to have a student make it into the elite group of 80 out of 300 participants who entered the debates.  The Leinster Final will take place on March 2nd.

The very best of luck!

Senior Hurling Champions

posted 28 Jan 2019, 12:33 by Rowan Averill   [ updated 28 Jan 2019, 12:34 ]

Congratulations to the Senior Hurling team on winning the Dublin Schools Final on Friday, 25th January beating St. David's CBS on a scoreline of 2-18 to 1-7. Thanks to Mr. Feeney and Mr. Mangan for all their hard work.

MCS Study Skills Week Jan 21st -25th

posted 17 Jan 2019, 05:35 by aoife walsh

Next week is study skills week for 3rd and 6th years. During this week teachers will take time to review essential study skills for their particular subject. All students should make a concentrated effort to work on improving their study during this week. Students should implement at least one new study technique each evening which will help them develope as independent learners and become more efficient at study. Remember it is never to late to start and it is never too late to improve. 

Stress Buster for 5th years

posted 17 Jan 2019, 04:02 by aoife walsh

MCS were delighted to welcome David and Jenny from Jigsaw North Fingal to they school this Monday and Tuesday. David and Jenny delivered an excellent work shop on stress management to all 5th year students. The workshop was informative as well as interactive and a lot of fun. It reminded us that stress management is something we need to build into our lives everyday and not just for exam time. 
Thank you David and Jenny and we’ll done to the 5th years. 

Focus Ireland

posted 16 Jan 2019, 01:46 by jean ward

Well done to the TY Social Innovators who raised a fantastic €1,791.31 for Focus Ireland by holding a non-uniform day in school.

After School Coding classes

posted 10 Jan 2019, 04:22 by jean ward

We are happy to announce that The Academy of Code will once again be running computer coding classes in the school this coming school term as an extra-curricular activity.

·         These classes are suitable for all students from 1st to 6th year

·         The classes will cater for beginners, intermediate and those with more in-depth coding skills.

·         Classes will commence on Monday 21st January 

·         Classes will run from 4:15pm to 5.30pm each week for 12 weeks.

·         The cost will be €165 for the full term.

The Academy of Code have developed their coding curriculum over a number of years with the goal of developing student’s understanding and enthusiasm for the subject. While engaging lesson plans and projects are a central theme in the module, the Academy of Code’s curriculum is designed to ensure that every student is challenged appropriately no matter what their prior knowledge is. Samples of the course content can be found at

This is a fantastic opportunity for students to learn a very valuable contemporary skill, especially with digital literacy being embedded in the Irish educational system at an ever increasing pace. Registration should be completed through The Academy of Code's website at the following link- AOC-Spring-2019-Malahide-CS-Tech-Club

Questions about the classes can be directed to the Academy of Code, either by email to or by calling Tom Maher on 087-901-9062.

Places are limited, so we encourage all interested students to register as soon as possible.

Christmas Greetings:

posted 21 Dec 2018, 12:46 by cora tighe

Wishing all of our Students, Parents, Guardians, Staff and Friends a very Happy Christmas and a Peaceful New Year, in 2019.

Christmas Carol Service

posted 12 Dec 2018, 02:15 by Rowan Averill   [ updated 14 Dec 2018, 02:22 by jean ward ]

Well done to all involved in our Christmas Carol Service on Tuesday evening last. It was wonderful night of music and celebration. 
Thanks to all students and staff for their valuable contributions. 

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