ONLINE TEACHING AND LEARNING DURING COVID-19 RESTRICTIONS
A full programme of online teaching and learning is underway during the current COVID-19 restrictions.
All students can access their Office 365 accounts by clicking on the button on www.stmarysarklow.ie
Where students do not have a suitable device to engage with online learning, please contact email@example.com and we will be happy to assist
Technical difficulties should be referred to firstname.lastname@example.org
Teaching is continuing in accordance with our pre-existing timetable
It is hugely important that all students remain fully engaged with their schoolwork to avoid falling behind in the curriculum.
Any student experiencing difficulties is asked to contact their Year Head in the first instance while parents wishing to discuss any concerns can contact the school office at email@example.com
We realise that the uncertainty around State Examinations is of huge concern to Form 6 and Form 3 students. We will engage regularly with students via email and online assemblies, when further information is forthcoming. In the meantime, students are encouraged to remain engaged, set achievable short term goals and follow the guidance of their teachers.
It is important to maintain routine, take regular exercise, eat healthily, observe a regular sleep pattern and remain connected with family and friends.
Transition Year 2021-22
We will host a Transition Year Information Evening for Parents and current Form 3 students on Thursday 11 February at 7.30 pm via Zoom. To access the meeting click here.
Form 5 2021-22
Students commencing Form 5 in September 2021 and their parents are invited to a Subject Choice Information meeting at 7.30 pm on Wednesday 24 February via Zoom. To access the meeting click here.
Form 1 2021-22 -Entrance Assessment
Owing to COVID restrictions Entrance Assessment for incoming Form 1 students has been postponed once again.
It is intended to host Entrance Assessments on Saturday 20th March, commencing at 9.30 am, subject to public health guidelines in place at that time.
St. Mary’s College is a Catholic Secondary School for girls under the Trusteeship of CEIST and welcomes students of all persuasions. We are committed to educating the whole person to her full potential in a caring, supportive and joyful environment in partnership with parents and community.
CEIST (Catholic Education an Irish Schools Trust) is a newly formed organisation consisting of a group of religious orders, including the Sisters of Mercy, which was set up to pass on their educational heritage to lay colleagues. To mark this significant occasion, Oana Gaftoi, (Leaving Cert class of 2009) was selected to undertake a large painting that would symbolise the spirit of CEIST. This painting is now on display on the main corridor and is greatly admired. Many thanks to Oana for all her beautiful work.