Moville Community College

News & Articles

Information from State Exams Commission (SEC) regarding Exam Fees

Leaving Certificate Fees: The closing date for payment of the Leaving Cert examination fee is being extended until after the exams are complete and the results have issued. Junior Certificate/Cycle Fees: Students will not be required to pay an examination fee to the SEC in relation to the 2020 Junior Cycle examinations, the SEC will be issuing a refund to all students who have already paid.  There is no need to contact the State Examinations Commission as refunds will be made automatically.  Further details will be sent to all schools in the coming days.

Letter to 1st Years

1st Yrs, a chairde, Thank you for engaging with your teachers using Google Classroom. School will continue through online platforms for this term. In order to maximize the value of your work the school will expect you to engage with the subjects you will study next year. You will study Irish, English, Maths, History, Religious Education and your top four choices. I expect you to do all the work assigned to you by your teachers of those subjects. It is essential that you continue to engage to the best of your ability over this time. The work covered is an essential building block to work that you will study next year. Access to the internet, a device or other duties may make it difficult enga

Letter to 2nd Yrs

2nd Yrs, a chairde, Thank you for engaging with your teachers since March 12th via online services. School will continue through Google platforms such as Classroom or Meet. It is essential that you continue to engage with your teachers over the next six weeks. Please remember that you are entitled to and expected to engage in learning for the next six weeks of term. You are preparing for examinations in June 2021. The remaining weeks of this academic year will cover work that is an essential building block to work that you will study next year. It is also material that you may be examined on in your Junior Cycle examination. Access to the internet, a device or other duties may make it diffic

Letter to 5th Yrs

5th Yrs, a chairde, Thank you for engaging with your teachers since March 12th via online services. School will continue through Google platforms such as Classroom or Meet. It is essential that you continue to engage with your teachers over the next six weeks. Please remember that you are entitled to and expected to engage in learning for the next six weeks of term. You are preparing for examinations in June 2021. The remaining weeks of this academic year will cover work that is an essential building block to work that you will study next year. It is also material that you may be examined on in your Leaving Certificate examination. Access to the internet, a device or other duties may make it

Letter to 3rd Yrs

3rd Yrs, a chairde, Thank you for engaging with Google Classrooms and Meet up to the Easter holidays. The information below will outline what is expected of you for the next six weeks. As you know, the Minister for Education and Skills, Joe McHugh T.D., having received a wide range of advice from many sources has decided to cancel the Junior Cycle examinations that were due in June. It is planned that they will be replaced by a school based assessment in September. In the meantime, you are entitled to and expected to engage in learning for the next six weeks of term. Some teachers will have parts of their course to finish. This will be their first priority. Other subjects have completed the

Parenting through COVID 19

Parenting through COVID 19: Written as both parents and practitioners, the Family Support staff in Finn Valley FRC and Springboard have put together a series of articles which look at some helpful hints to allow family life to run as smoothly as it can, given the current climate. This is the first of two booklets that will be published over the coming weeks. (See pdf attached) You can download the booklet via the following link on the CYPSC website.

Message from MCC to 6th Years

6th Years, a chairde, The decision by the Minister for Education and Skills, Joe McHugh T.D., on Friday, April 10th to postpone the timing of the Leaving Certificate was based on advice he received from many sources. This has many implications for you at this time. Your Leaving Certificate examinations were to be 6 weeks away. Now they are in three months’ time. Some deadlines for practical work and practical examinations will take place much closer to the written examinations. Thank you for your engagement with your teachers up to this point. Most teachers report excellent engagement by most of their classes. However, your planning needs to change so as to prepare for an examination in July

Moville Community College Magazine 2020

With the ongoing lock-down and social distancing, this year's magazine will be an eMagazine for now. We hope you enjoy all the photos and articles which showcase the talents of our students and staff. Click on the cover below to open the magazine.

Attention all Students - Get Active!

Please click the link below to a website that has been kindly shared with the PE teachers in our school. It contains a series of links to workout and fit and healthy ideas. Just click on the photo below for access.

Featured Posts
Recent Posts
Archive
Search By Tags
No tags yet.

© 2020 Moville Community College

The information contained in these web pages is, to the best of our knowledge, true and accurate at the time of publication and is solely for information purposes only. Co. Donegal ETB accepts no liability for any loss or damage arising as a result of use or reliance on this information.

  • Twitter Clean