Mercy College

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Leaving Cert students prepare for their exams at Sutton Park School, Sutton, Dublin. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Students and teachers have said the Leaving Cert higher-level Irish paper two was fair and manageable. John Gavin, founder of LeavingCertIrish.com, (...)

Leaving Cert students and teachers broadly welcomed the first of the two higher and ordinary level Irish papers, describing them as fair, accessible and approachable. Photograph: Nick Bradshaw/The Irish Times.

Leaving Cert students and teachers broadly welcomed the first of the two higher and ordinary level Irish papers, describing them as fair, accessible (...)

Katie Gannon (left) and Aoife Wall, 5th year students at the Mercy Secondary School in Inchicore, celebrating the launch of the DPS Aspire To Programme with DPS programme manager Janice Mc Garry and principal Michelle O’ Kelly (right). Photograph: Naoise Culhane

The best schools focus less on teaching, more on learning. Barry O’Callaghan, chair of the National Association of Principal and Deputies leading fo(...)

Despite the unique challenges the class of 2020 faced, grades awarded through the calculated grades process were over 4 per cent higher than 2019 levels. Photograph: Getty Images

Click here to download the full 2020 Feeder School tables or search using the table in this article. If you are reading this on The Irish Ti(...)

The latest data shows a record 64 per cent of students from disadvantaged or Deis schools went to third level last year, up from 57 per cent in 2019. File photograph: David Jones/PA Wire

Click here to download the full 2020 Feeder School tables Record numbers of students from disadvantaged schools progressed to third-level c(...)

Cannabinoid medicines are increasingly being approved for the treatment of conditions such as epilepsy, multiple sclerosis, glaucoma, arthritis and cancer

The effectiveness of cannabis products in treating a variety of debilitating diseases can be significantly improved by ensuring they are better absorb(...)

A sustained campaign  from the Beaumont Woods Residents’ Association resulted in the suspension of Coast Guard landings at Beaumont Hospital. File photograph: Eric Luke

The Coast Guard stopped using a field adjacent to Beaumont Hospital for patient transfers after local residents complained about noise and safety conc(...)

Overall BT Young Scientist & Technologist of the Year 2017 Shane Curran from Terenure College. Photograph: Alan Betson/The Irish Times

The following projects at the 2016 BT Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition have been described as highly commended. Biological and Ecological J(...)

Students from Saint Ultan’s primary school,  Cherry Orchard, Dublin during Catholic Schools Week 2015. Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

Inclusion in schools is not just about religious denomination but should also take account of nationality, ethnicity, socio-economic background and ab(...)

Entrance to Mount Mercy College on Model Farm Road. Image: Google Maps

A Cork school has been chosen for the first time to host the national launch of Catholic Schools Week which invites schools across the island to give (...)

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