St Joseph's Mercy Navan Feb News

 Make it Count 4 Ms Brady

Ms Brady, our Science and Maths teacher, suffered multiple cardiac arrests and a stroke in November while on career break in the United Arab Emirates.
We cordially invite you to a Coffee Morning in the school on Saturday 10th March from 10am to 3pm to raise funds for her recovery.
Donations can be made and tickets bought via our school website
Tickets are also available in the school office priced at €10.

Catholic Schools Week Poster Competition

Many thanks to all students who entered our Catholic Schools Week competition. This year’s theme was Catholic Schools: Called to be a Family of Families.
Congratulations to Aisling MacDonough who won in the Senior category and Osarhumwense Osariemen who won the Junior category!

TY Students Proudly Present: ‘The Wizard of Oz’ at the Solstice!

St Joseph’s Mercy Navan proudly presents their TY production of ‘The Wizard of Oz’ at the Solstice Theatre from Thursday 22nd to Saturday 24th February! Follow the yellow brick road with Dorothy and her little dog, Toto, as they journey to the Emerald city in search of the Wizard. A theatrical spectacular not to be missed.
Tickets can be purchased online directly from the Solstice Theatre at .

Transition Year Visit to Áras

Our Transition Year students were honoured to visit Áras an Uachtaráin on Thursday the 18th of January where they, with principal Ms Mulligan and Ms Doherty were welcomed by President Michael D. Higgins.

Ezio Lupo Bursary 2018 Winners!

For the third time in five years, our school has won the Ezio Lupo Bursary Competition. The fabulous prize is a 5 day trip to Italy for the winning group and two teachers. The prize is sponsored by the Lupo family from Navan and the Town Council. The competition is based on the links between Ireland and Italy and Navan and Broccostella. Broccostella is a town in the Province of Frosinone in the Lazio Region of Italy. Broccostella is the original home of the local Lupo family. The Bursary was set up in memory of 20 year old Ezio who was killed in a car accident in Navan in 2004.

The winning girls pictured from left to right are Emily Navagh-Burke, Salome Maher-Bordalo and Heather Mai Kane. Many thanks to the girls’ teacher Ms Smith, the Lupo family and the Town Council.