Three First Year science students, Martyna Baran, Anna Kendellon and Lara Phipps, represented Maryfield College in the Salters’ Chemistry Festival held in Trinity College on Saturday 21st April 2018.This is an annual event held in the Chemistry Department of Trinity College to promote science among First Year students. This year twenty-four schools participated in the festival.
The three Maryfield students won first prize in the Salters’ Challenge and according to the judges they obtained one of the highest marks ever awarded for this Challenge.
Well done girls!
We congratulate all our Maryfield competitors in SciFest@DCU 2018. SciFest is an all-inclusive, all-island science initiative which fosters active, collaborative and inquiry-based learning among second-level students. It involves second-level students showcasing science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) projects at a series of one-day science fairs. We are very proud of our eleven students who represented Maryfield so well at this prestigious festival. Well done to all!
Maryfield competitors: Ramsha Owais, Charlotte Velasco, Ava Flynn, Elle Cooper, Holly Donnelly, Elycia Flood, Anu Thomas, Sarra Ryan, Róisín Brennan, Viktorija Cvetkove, Leah Wu.
The Maryfield Public Speaking team recently took part in the annual competition run by the Irish Federation of University Women. Each student delivered an impromptu speech on a topic given half an hour before the event. Speaking in the Under 15s category, held at the Quinn Building UCD, Nina Coughlan Colley, Ailbhe McCaughey and Lailatul Rahman proudly represented Maryfield College. Nina spoke out brilliantly on her topic; Celebrity: the price is too high. Ailbhe thoroughly engaged the audience with her topic; Do young people drink too much? Laila gave an extremely convincing speech on the topic; School uniforms should be abolished. Well done to each to each of the girls and a big thank you to Ms Whyte for preparing the team!
Maryfield College choir recently performed in the choral section of the Kilkenny Music Festival. This was a very enriching experience for these students whose love of singing was very evident on the day. They sang in two competitions and were awarded a second place and third place against very notable competition. Participating in the Sacred Music and Post-Primary School Choir categories, they gave very musical performances of John Rutter’s May the Lord Bless You and Keep You and Karl Jenkins’ Adiemus. Adjudicator Peter Stobart commended the choir for their tone and musical interpretation, produced under the baton of their dedicated conductor Ms. Flynn.
You can listen to the choir’s prizewinning performances on the below video.
Zamda Ireland thanks Maryfield College for new uniforms.
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Due to predicted heavy snowfall the First year Parent-Teacher meeting scheduled for Thursday March 1 2018 is cancelled (new date tbc)
Some TY students attended the Concern Worldwide Campaign Academy on January 19th. The girls are active members of the Global Issues Group and Concern Debate Team and have been working with Lauren from Concern and four other schools to learn about campaigning. The theme for this year’s academy is Global Conflict. All TY Students in Maryfield study a module on Global Issues called Development Education.