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Best Leaving Cert 2023

Gaisce Award

Gus McCarra (2)

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Head and Deputy Prefect (2)

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Junior Sports person of the Year

LCA1 Achievement Award

Prefect of the Year (2)

Prefect Of the Year

Senior Sports person of the year

Student of the 2024

Student of the Year 2024 (2)

TY Academic Nominations (1)

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TY Achievement Award

TY Acievement Nominations

TY Project (2)

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TY Student of the Year

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Congrautlations to Eoghan McFarland who was awarded a sports scholarship with ATU Sligo. We wish him every success as he pursues his sporting career and continues with his business degree. ATU Sligo Sports Scholarship Recipient 23 24 1

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Well done to our first year boys who won the McKee Cup Ulster Final yesterday the 08th of May in Aghyaran, Co. Tyrone against PCC Falcarragh. 


To read more about the game, please click this link:


TY & LCA Tour 2024 – Barcelona, Montserrat & Salou

The TY and LCA students enjoyed a fantastic trip to Barcelona. Our four-day, three-night trip was action packed and full of adventure! On the first day, students enjoyed a guided tour of Barcelona, taking in all of the tourist highlights that the city has to offer.

Day 2 involved a cable car ride up to Montserrat, which is a spectacular Benedictine monk mountain retreat. Not only is Montserrat Monastery of significant religious importance but the natural beauty surrounding the monastery is simply breathtaking, the area offers some of the most spectacular mountain views of Catalunya. The famous Basilica choir boy performances of Gregorian chants can be heard throughout the Basilica at lunchtime each day. After lunch students visited CosmoCaixa Science Museum, home to an array of interactive exhibits ranging from the "Flooded Forest" – an Amazonian-style glasshouse home to piranhas, crocodiles and exotic plant species – to "The Universe Gallery," which focuses on all things space, from the creation of the cosmos to evolution and the human brain. Students had the opportunity to get hands-on with different experiments, from creating sandstorms and tornadoes to learning how soundwaves are transmitted,

Day 3 was spent in Port Aventura Theme Park, the biggest theme park in Spain and the third largest in Europe. The park is divided into six themed areas and includes forty-one rides and attractions including the ionic Shambhala, which holds three European records; the tallest, longest drop, and fastest hypercoaster in Europe. That evening students enjoyed a Magic Show at House of Illusion, hosted by Matt Edwards a contestant in Britain’s Got Talent

Each Evening was spent on the Beach in Salou, swimming and playing sport as the sun was setting. This was a true highlight for the students.

On our final day, the students explored Park Güell, a UNESCO World Heritage site. The Park was designed by the famous architect Antonio Gaudi and due to the parks historical, architectural and artistic uniqueness, it is considered one of the most impressive public parks in the world. Students enjoyed free time for lunch strolling along Las Ramblas and purchasing souvenirs. Our final activity was a relaxing boat cruise around Barcelona's port before making the return journey to the airport.

Thank you to Ms Magennis, Mr Deery, Ms Lyons, Ms Goff, Mr Mone, Ms McGovern, Mr O’ Rourke and trip organiser Ms Sherry for accompanying the students on the trip. Finally thank you to the wonderful TY & LCA students for your fun-loving nature and exemplary behaviour on the trip.

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Congratulations to all participants in the Easter Egg Competition! Students were challenged to estimate the number of Easter eggs in a basket. A special shout-out to Tiernan O'Toole, who correctly guessed the count of 221 eggs. Many thanks to everyone who contributed to organizing this competition! ???


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Well done to all students who particiapted in the Student Enterprise Programme on Thursday the 29th of Feburary. It was a great day out for Largy students with Clodagh O'Reilly's 'Welcoming Wreaths' winning Best Sole Trader. Ella McCarville, Shona Kelly, Rosha Clancy and Rachel Hannon won runner up for the Innovation award with their minicompany SnapConnect Charms and finally second years Kamile Virganaviciute, Emma McCaul and Clodagh Carey won the award for the best Intermediate Minicompany. 










Sadhbh Bonner and Denisa Horvat won the speciality ISTA (Irish Science Teachers Association) award at the 2024 BT Young Scientist competition in the RDS in Dublin. 
This is awarded to the project that can best be applied to the teaching and learning of Leaving Certificate Physics, Chemistry and Biology. 
Their project is called ' How to Improve the Teaching of Astronomy'. 

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Largy College 1st Year Students exhibit 34 innovative science projects at SciFest@School 2024

SciFest@School is where a second-level school hosts their own in-house SciFest science fair. 84 students from 1st Year exhibited 34 projects in SciFest@School in Largy College. This was the school’s 1st SciFest@School and it was a big success. Students demonstrated their knowledge of science, technology, engineering and maths through their creative and innovative ideas and the projects generated plenty of interest on the day from the judges.

Sheila Porter, Founder and CEO of SciFest commented: “Since SciFest@School was launched nationwide in 2011 it has gone from strength to strength. I am continually amazed by the passion and dedication demonstrated by the students. SciFest@School is a celebration of STEM subjects. It encourages students to push the boundaries of the classroom, use their knowledge of science, investigate and be creative in their projects. The achievement of these students is an inspiration to us all and is a tribute to them and to the hard work and support of their teachers.”

Two of Scifest’s most internationally successful alumni were pupils from Largy College. Louis Madden was the Scifest STEM champion 2015 and represented Ireland at Intel ISEF 2016 in Arizona where he won 2 major awards. In 2019 Ruth Madden was the THEA award winner at the Scifest National Final and then went on to win a top Gold award at the Hong Kong GYSTB 2020. In 2022 Dara Courtney, Sean Clerkin and Joshua Brandon won the ‘ESERO Discover Space Award’, ‘Scifest  Runner-Up Best Project Award’ in Dundalk I.T and a STEM award in the National Final when they were in 1st year. We certainly hope that this scifest@school event will encourage our next Scifest champions!

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The Leo Kelly Scholarship is designed to benefit and assist the students of Largy College in their 3rd level education. The Scholarship provides financial support to students wishing to attend level 7 and 8 college / university courses. Three students are selected each year for the award. The scholarship is awarded for each year of academic study.

On Friday afternoon, Adrian Kelly presented the awards to the three lucky students on behalf of the LEO Kelly Scholarship Trust. Adrian presented the students with a plaque to recognise their achievements, congratulated them on their success and wished them every success in their studies.

Congratulations to Bronagh McPhillips. Brandon Traynor and Mark Cusack. 

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CMETB is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr Vincent Corey as the new Deputy Principal of Largy College. Mr Corey will move from Castleblayney College to his new role in Largy College in the coming weeks. Having previously taught in Boyne Community School and St Macartan’s College, he brings both experience and leadership skills to his new role.

As a staff, we extend a warm welcome to Mr Corey and wish him every success on his appointment.

Well Done to all our TY and LCA1 students who received their Junior Certifcate results today. 

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 Students who received distanictions in their Junior Cert Results

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 For more pictures please see: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/11N-j6q6CJ0P6EK9C05HYTYpBzbbJORpk?usp=share_link 

Admissions Closed 

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We are thrilled to share some exciting news with all of you. Our school has been accepted as a Microsoft Incubator School.
Microsoft Incubator Schools are part of a prestigious program aimed at fostering innovation and digital excellence in education. This partnership will offer us access to cutting-edge resources, training, and support directly from Microsoft. Here's what you can expect:
Advanced Technology Integration: We will have access to the latest Microsoft tools and technologies, empowering both teachers and students to leverage digital resources for enhanced learning experiences.
Professional Development: Microsoft will provide specialized training and workshops for our teaching staff, helping us stay at the forefront of digital education.
Curriculum Enhancement: We will be able to integrate Microsoft's educational solutions into our curriculum, creating engaging and interactive lessons.
Collaboration Opportunities: Our school will have the chance to collaborate with other Incubator Schools, sharing best practices and innovative ideas in education.
Access to Experts: We'll have access to Microsoft experts who can provide guidance and support in implementing technology effectively in the classroom.

Largy College now joins a group of premier schools from around the world who are focused on expanding their digital curriculum. Over the coming years, teachers will become qualified as Microsoft Innovative Educator Experts and Microsoft Innovative Experts and will join an elite group of forward-thinking Educators globally.  Being a Microsoft Incubator school places our students in a very advantageous position creating many possibilities for improved learning and prepares our young people for a wide variety of employment opportunities.


This is a fantastic opportunity for our school to stay at the forefront of educational technology and provide our students with the best possible learning experiences.

Attention Parents and Students for the September 2021 Intake to Largy College. We have now launched our new website, Promotional video (ON HOME PAGE OF WEBSITE)- and now a groundbreaking 360 Virtual tour of our modern, state of the art facilities.

Congratulations to our students who received their Leaving Certificate and Leaving Certificate Applied results today .

Special congratulations to Eoghan Molloy on achieving the top LC result in the school with 625 points and also to Ryan Smyth who achieved the highest LCA Result, with an overall grade of 96% (Distinction). Well done to students, their teachers and parents.

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Adult Bereavement Support Leaflet  Adult_Bereavement_Support_Leaflet.pdf
Leaflets for Parents of Young Children 6 - 12yrs  Leaflets_for_Parents_of_Young_Children_6_-_12yrs.pdf




Largy College has paid tribute to students Dlava Mohamed and Kiea McCann.

Dlava Mohamed

Dlava was a student who would always have a warm smile and a gentle hello when she met you on the school corridor. Dlava's determination shone through in everything she did. She was hard working and resilient. She had settled in so well to the Clones area and the Largy College community and was an integral part of our Third Year group.

Dlava was a very moral young girl who had a strong sense of right and wrong and the courage of her convictions to express these.

Dlava was a gorgeous soul who radiated goodness. She expressed such love and devotion to her beloved family. Dlava showed great loyalty and compassion to her circle of friends and was someone they could rely on as a true confidant.

Dlava would have been going into Transition Year in September and was looking forward with excitement to all that was involved in this.

The Largy College school community is devastated by the tragic realisation that we will never witness the incredible potential of the amazing young woman she was destined to become, given her kind spirit and abundance of promise. May she Rest in Peace. 

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Kiea McCann

Kiea was frequently described as simply a lovely student to teach. Throughout her years attending Largy College she was always pleasant and courteous to her teachers and fellow students.

Kiea was a friendly, kind and warm-hearted girl, who always demonstrated a willingness to support others. She was never afraid to give up her time to help her peers. This innate loyalty made her a very popular classmate.

Kiea was a hardworking student and always worked to the best of her ability. She had a caring nature and possessed a love for children Kiea held family in the highest regard; she was a deeply family-oriented girl, adored by everyone. Kiea was looking forward to embarking on third level studies in Childcare at Cavan Institute, having completed her work experience in a local creche.

The Largy College school community is heartbroken by the loss of Kiea, a lovely girl with immense potential and zest for life. It is truly heartbreaking that she will never get to see her dreams come true. The sadness is profound and deeply felt. May she Rest in Peace.

Largy College will open a book of condolences for Keia and Dlava on Friday 04 August at the school from 9am - 1pm.

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Our school community is in mourning. We extend our deepest sympathies to the families of Kia and Dlava, and they will remain in our thoughts and prayers in the weeks ahead.

By way of additional support and services please note the variety of support services available to you and your family.

Clones Family Resource Centre  52919 

 086 1785710

Clones Primary Care Centre 58140


Monaghan Primary Care Team 047 30400


GP Out of hours NEDOC  1800777911


Largy College  51132


Samaritans  116123 (Day or Night)         


Aware  1800 804848


Pieta House  1800 247247


GROW 0818 474474


IACP 01 2303536


Parentline 1890 92 72 77

01 8733500

Mental Health Ireland                          01 284 1166


ISPCC Monaghan 047 75860


Emergency 999


The students, staff, Board of Management and parents of Largy College are in deep shock following the tragic accident that occurred on Monday 31 July.

Sharon Magennis, Principal of Largy College, said: “It is with profound sadness and grief that we have learned about the devastating accident that resulted in the untimely and tragic loss of two cherished members of our school community. We extend our deepest sympathies to the families and friends who have tragically lost loved ones. The other individuals involved in the accident also remain in our thoughts and prayers at this time.”

“We extend our heartfelt gratitude to the emergency services and Gardaí who responded swiftly to the incident.

“Our priority now is the wellbeing and welfare of the students, parents and staff at this difficult time. The Largy College Critical Incident Team has met to coordinate a response and to enact the Critical Incident Plan.

“We are grateful to the public for their deeply felt expression of support and ask that we be given the time and space to concentrate on supporting those in the school community who are most in need.”

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Dear Parents,

There is a webinar for 6th class parents this coming Tuesday, the 20th of June from 7.00pm to 8.05pm, that you might find informative.The webinar is called Stepping Up to Secondary School and is intended to give you information to support your child with their transition to secondary school.There will be input from a school chaplain, a youth information officer, an adolescent psychotherapist and a quick look at the www.stepup.ie website also.Parents can submit questions, through chat at the webinar, or in advance to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

The link to register is:https://event.webinarjam.com/register/90/n1m3vs1m

The webinar is free and is organised as part of the statutory Planet Youth project.

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Please see an update below in respect of the School Transport Scheme, which contains important information on closing dates and temporary closure of the Bus Éireann Family Portal.


Information for families regarding School Transport Payment

Process for 2023/24 School Year

Payments/Medical Card Details

Payment/child’s medical card details for all pupils who wish to be considered for the allocation of a ticket for the 2023/24 school year must be submitted before 9 June 2023 On buseireann.ie/schooltransport.  After this date, this will be a late payment and tickets are not guaranteed to eligible pupils. 


Bus Éireann Family Portal Closure

Please note the Bus Éireann family portal will close for all applications and payments for a period of 3 weeks from 9 June 2023 to 30 June 2023 and it will not be possible to make a late application, or make a delayed payment or delayed entry of medical card details until the family portal reopens.

This is necessary so that Bus Éireann can process applications, arrange transport and to assess all applications and determine whether they are eligible or concessionary and to include Temporary Alleviation Measures (TAMS) as soon as possible for the 2023/24 school year. Bus Éireann plans to issue all eligible tickets from July.

Tickets will be issued to eligible students who have applied and paid/entered medical card details on time. After this allocation is complete, where seats are available, concessionary tickets will be issued.

Any application made after 28 April 2023, or any payment/medical card details submitted after 9 June 2023 will be late. Where this happens, eligible students are not guaranteed a ticket.

Bus Éireann has put in place a dedicated customer care call centre and a Contact Form on buseireann.ie/schooltransport to assist families specifically with School Transport queries during the busy summer period. Families that have queries can contact the call centre on: LoCall 0818 919 910. Operating hours are 09.00 – 17.00 Monday to Friday

If families have queries relating to transport for children with special educational needs) please contact School Transport Section, Department of Education at:

Email: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Phone: 057 9325469 or 057 9325466

Payments/Medical Cards

It is important to ensure that payments/child’s medical card details are submitted for new applicants and also for pupils who have previously applied/availed of school transport and require a seat on a service for the 23/24 school year.

Children (who are eligible for school transport) with valid medical cards (GMS Scheme) are exempt from paying the annual charge, however their medical card details must be submitted before 9 June 2023.

Families are strongly urged to make sure that they pay/enter child’s medical card details on time. Late applications made after 28th April 2023, or late payment after 9 June 2023 may mean that a ticket is not available.

To make your payment or enter your child's medical card details, go to buseireann.ie/schooltransport by Friday 9 June.

The Annual Charge for School Transport Services for the 2023/24 school year is set out below:

Category of pupil

Annual Charge

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Post primary Eligible/ Concessionary pupil  


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Children are eligible for transport at primary level where they reside not less than 3.2 kilometres from and are attending their nearest national school, and at post-primary level where they reside not less than 4.8 kilometres from and are attending their nearest post-primary school/education centre as determined by the Department/Bus Éireann, having regard to ethos and language.

  • Children who are eligible for school transport and who have completed the application and payment process on time will be accommodated on school transport services where such services are in operation.
  • Children who are not eligible for school transport, but who complete the application and payment process on time, will be considered for spare seats that may exist after eligible children have been facilitated; such seats are referred to as concessionary seats.
  • Because of the nature of concessionary transport for non-eligible children and the priority of providing places for eligible children, there may be an excess of demand over supply for concessionary places, in these cases Bus Éireann will allocate tickets for spare seats using an agreed selection process.
  • In addition, temporary alleviation measures will continue for the 2023/24 school year, pending completion of the school transport scheme review and this means that transport will be provided, where such services are in operation, for post-primary pupils who are eligible for transport to their nearest school and are attending their second nearest school/ post-primary centre and who apply and pay on time.

Pupils from Ukraine

Pupils from Ukraine who require school transport should not apply on the Bus Éireann family portal but should visit gov.ie/ukraine for details on how to apply. Please note that any pupils from Ukraine who are currently on school transport do not need to re-apply for the 2023/24 school year unless they have changed address or school.

School Transport Section

Department of Education

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6th year Graduation Photos: 6th year Prize Giving

5th year Prize giving photos: 5th year Prize Giving

3rd Year Prize giving Photos:  3rd year Prize Giving

2nd year Prize giving Photos: 2nd Year Prize Giving

1st year Prize giving Photos: 1st year Prize Giving


Main Awards: 2023 Prize Giving

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2023 Dragons Den

This year's Adrian Kelly, Dragons den took place on Tuesday the 16th of May, and saw 10 amazing mini companies battle it out on stage to be crowned winner. The companies involved were flyby diner by Shannon Wiggins, makes and bakes by Ceara by Ceara Monaghan, Emmas gems by Emma Flynn, RC clothing by Rihanna Corbett, grass magnet by Finn McGoldrick and James Doran, S’more Scents by Sophie Morgan, Ella Kierans, Oisin Kelly and Megan Smith, Awesome hair by Shauna McFadden, Ornagh Smyth and Rachel Donaghy, Crochet-it by Erin Connolly and Deirbhile Burns, Cobra Chess by Qais Beidoun and Duke Mbekwe and Baked by Eimear by Eimear McMahon.

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2023 European Trip to Verona, Venice and Lake Garda

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Largy College win the DKIT Best Senior Life Sciences Project at Scifest 2023.


James Doran, Kylah Gormley, Karolis Rute, Donna Burns & Kevin Dapkus entered Scifest this year which took place in Dundalk IT on Tuesday 9th May. Schools from all around the region assembled in the Institute of Technology and set up their projects. The students then had to present their projects to several judges.

Congratulations to 5th year students Karolis Rute, Kevin Dapkus and Donna Burns who are after winning the Best Senior Life Sciences Project at Scifest@College today in DKIT on “A STEM Programme for Primary School teachers to ease the transition from Primary school Science to Junior Cycle Science”.


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Largy students had great success at the Monaghan Student Enterprise Awards last Tuesday the 14th of March. Students from Largy won the Junior, Intermediate and Senior Categories, along with special awards for Sustainability and Social Media. Chocolate explosion won the Junior Category with 4 first year girls producing and selling hot chocolate bombs. Spin n' Stitch took the intermediate category (https://instagram.com/spin.andstitch?igshid=YmMyMTA2M2Y=) which were seasonal ornaments made by two 3rd year students. Chapped (https://www.instagram.com/chapped_minicompany/) lip balm won the overall senior category, made and produced by a group of TY students. These 3 groups will now represent Monaghan in the National Final in Croke Park in May. This is the first time Largy will represent Monaghan in all 3 categories in the national final. There were also winners for Largy in other compeitions with Fly by Diner (https://www.instagram.com/fly_by_diner/) winning the sustainability award, and Baked by Eimear (https://www.instagram.com/baked.by.eimear/) winning the Social Media Award. Largy was also represented by Emmas Gems (https://www.instagram.com/_emmasgems/) and Ceara's Cake Jars (https://www.instagram.com/cearas_cake_jars_ty/). Well done to all students involved. We are very proud of all our mini-companies as they were up against some fierce competition and represented the school very well. 




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 Chocolate Explosion - Winner of Junior Category 

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Fly by Diner - Winner of Sustainaility Award


Baked By Eimear - Winner of Social Media Award

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Calling all past pupils! Tell us what you are at now. Please take a minute to complete this survey and let us know what you've been up to since leaving our school.



Update Re: School Transport Application

As you are aware Bus Éireann operates the school transport scheme on behalf of the Department of Education.   Applications for the next academic year are currently being received from parents.   As we currently operate school bus services to your school, I am requesting your co-operation to forward the information below to families of pupils heading into 1st year in September 2023.   It would also assist if you could display the information on your school’s website or Facebook page.   By doing this we will reach a much wider audience and applications could be received more timely in Bus Éireann.

For the 2022/2023 school year we received 1485 amount of applications for Co. Monaghan and currently we have received 550 new applications 

  • Applications for School Transport for the new school year are currently open and can be accessed online at https://www.buseireann.ie/inner.php?id=522
  • Details of the scheme are also available on Bus Éireann’s website and https://www.education.ie/en/Parents/Services/School-Transport/
  • The closing date for new applications is Friday 28th April 2023
  • Existing school transport applications will automatically roll over into the new school year
  • Payments or medical cards will be accepted from 3rd April 2023 until the 9th June 2023


Please click on the image to see information from Department of Education:


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Photos taken by Pauric O'Reilly

All TY students have the opportunity to take part in The Be Well Programme and the YES Programme, which is scheduled to take place in the new year. Can I ask parents to click the link below to Sign the consent form for the Programme.  

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Congratulations to 2nd year students, Dara Courtney, Sean Clerkin & Joshua Brandon who received their excellence in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) Award for their project “A Four Seasons Photovoltaic Self-Charging Rover – the Mars PSR”. The project generated plenty of interest on the day from the judges, the general public and Richard Bruton, TD. 

The students have been working on the Mars PSR for months and started by designing and making a protype using equipment found at home or in the lab. Then the second prototype design was completed on Solidworks. For the National Final Sean decided to impress the judges more by learning how to use a new CAD programme called Onshape to design the 3rd prototype of the Mars PSR. They decided to use solar cells on this design. Solar energy is often used to power space missions because it is the only source of energy that does not need to be launched with the spacecraft and can power the spacecraft for several years. Joshua ensured that the solar cells were working to power the PSR. Screenshot 20221126 074935 02

While relying on solar panels may seem risky in such a dusty environment on Mars but doing so lessens the amount of mass at launch, lowering cost and complication for the mission and therefore they decided to use solar cells, Joshua ensured they were wired up properly in order to function. It was decided that they needed to make some type of a vacuum system that would blow off the dust that clogs around the moving parts. NASA have had limited success themselves with this idea, but the students wanted to try something anyway and Dara made various protypes of hoover systems that could attach to a Mars Rover. The first two prototypes were designed to suck the dust from the Rover but the 3rd prototype for the final was reconstructed so that it would blow the dust from the solar panels. The finished design also included a microbit to take temperature, light intensity readings and a compass. 

The project had already won the ‘ESERO Discover Space Award’ and ‘Scifest 2022 Runner-Up Best Project Award’ in Dundalk I.T back in April, when they were only in 1st year, which was a remarkablet. achievement.Screenshot 20221126 074941 01 01Screenshot 20221126 074941 01

Largy College Science Week 2022

For Science week the 1st year students completed a project based on one of the new Junior Cycle Learning Outcomes: ‘Students should be able to design, build and test a device that transforms energy from one form to another in order to perform a function; describe the energy changes and ways of improving efficiency’. The projects were of an excellent standard. The winners from each class were presented with their trophies and the overall winner was presented with the perpetual shield. There was also a quiz for 1st years in their classes and various other activities with prizes given for all.

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The 2nd year students completed a project based on one of the new Junior Cycle Learning Outcomes also: ‘Students should be able to develop and use a model of the Earth-sun-moon system to describe predictable phenomena observable on Earth, including seasons, lunar phases, and eclipses of the sun and moon’. The projects were of an excellent standard with all students in the year producing finished pieces. The winners from each class and overall winners were presented with their trophies. There was also a quiz for 2nd years in their classes and various other activities with prizes given for all. Congratulations to all the winners of the quizzes –



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The PE department in Largy College offers pupils the opportunity to experience a diverse range of activities which enables pupils to fully develop their range of physical, analytical and social skills. Over the course of their school life students will develop lifelong skills and a knowledge in all strands of PE. These include: Gymnastics, Dance, Net and Field Games, Invasion Games, Outdoor Adventure and Athletics.  

Students can take part in a diverse range of extra-curricular activities such as Gaelic Football, Basketball, Athletics, Soccer, Futsol, Volleyball and Handball.

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