Our Vision Statement

At Moyle Park College we aspire to educate students for:

Personal Integrity

Helping them to develop a core value system; challenging them to live these values in a community context.

Self-Worth and Self Esteem

Which includes recognising the intrinsic worth of self and others; by giving experience of success, academic or otherwise; maximising opportunities for students to develop skills, aptitudes and abilities

Community and Social Responsibility

By developing their sense of personal accountability to self and others.

Participation

By maximising the appropriate involvement of all parents, students, teachers and management in the school community.

Justice and Honesty

By developing in students critical understanding and a sense of responsibility for the community and the universal common good.

Independence and Freedom

By developing in students the capacity to think independently and to have the self-confidence to manage the future, (work, relationships etc), in an interdependent way knowing that each person’s action affects others.

Wonder

So that they have a sense of awe and a questioning stance about self, life and the created universe.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Dear members of the school community, 

The Minister for Education, Mr. Joe McHugh has announced this morning that the Oral Exams and the first phase of Practical Exams that were due to begin on 23rd March have now been cancelled. 

Today’s announcement means that all students who were due to take part in orals and practicals in the following subjects will be given full marks for this part of the exam:

  • Oral tests in Leaving Certificate Irish, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Russian and Japanese.
  • Practical performance tests in Leaving Certificate Music.
  • Practical performance tests in Junior Certificate Music and Home Economics.

According to the report, all Leaving Cert students studying languages will receive marks of 100% in lieu of oral assessments that were due to be held in Irish and modern European languages.

Yours sincerely,

Niamh Cahalane

Principal