Please click below to download a copy of the application for our A.S classrooms.
Our Transition Year and Fifth year students had a wonderful trip to Italy at the end of April.
They flew to Milan and got to see the wonderful cities of Verona and Venice, A boat ride on Lake Garda, along with a fun-filled day at Gardaland.
Our school Principal, Mr. Golden, was interviewed recently by Professor Mannix and Dr. Niamh Hickey, from the Education Department in the University of Limerick.
Here he speaks about his experience of being a school leader in our school and at national level with NAPD. Enjoy the conversation. Click on the link below to listen.
The HEAR Application Information Session 2023 will take place online on Saturday 14 January at 12.30pm to 2.30pm
Each session will be broadcast on Zoom for 90 minutes
This session includes a general presentation on HEAR and how to apply to it, as well as a Questions and Answers session on how to make a successful application. It will also provide an opportunity for you and/or your parent(s)/ guardian(s) to meet members of the HEAR team online and find out how the scheme works. You will be able to ask questions about the application process through the Q&A function and can submit questions in advance to be answered by a panel of HEAR Advisors
The DARE Application Information Session 2023 will take place online on Saturday 14 January at 10.00 am to 12.30pm.
This session includes a general presentation on DARE and how to apply to it, as well as a Questions and Answers session on how to make a successful application. It will also provide an opportunity for you and/or your parent(s)/ guardian(s) to meet members of the DARE team online and find out how the scheme works. You will be able to ask questions about the application process through the Q&A function and can submit questions in advance to be answered by a panel of DARE Advisors
Registration for DARE: https://accesscollege.ie/dare/2022/11/16/dare-application-information-session-2023/
The Health Service Executive (HSE) has released a letter to schools offering guidance with the current numbers of respiratory illnesses.
MTU Cork Access Service will be running an information session on HEAR (Higher Education Access Route Education) application process during College Awareness Week.
The Higher Education Access Route (HEAR) is a college and university scheme which offers places on reduced points and extra college support to school leavers, resident in the Republic of Ireland, who are under represented at Higher Education due to their socio-economic background. HEAR has been set up by a number of colleges and universities as evidence shows that long term poverty can have a negative effect on how well a student does at school and whether they go on to college. HEAR applicants must meet a range of financial, social and cultural indicators to be considered for a reduced points place and extra college support.
Date & Time
The event will take place in IT1 Berkely Centre, Bishopstown Campus from 6.00pm to 7.00pm
Booking must be made using the following link
If you have any queries please email email@example.com
Just a reminder that the MTU Cork campus DARE (Disability Access Route to Education) and DSS supports information talks are taking place later this month.
Fifth year and Leaving Certificate students, parent/guardians/supports and teachers are welcome to book a place.
- Tuesday 22nd November – online, 6.00-7.30pm.Book your place here: https://MTUCork_DARE_online_Nov22.eventbrite.ie
- Wednesday 30th November – MTU Bishopstown campus, 6.30-8.00pm. Book your place here: https://MTUCork_DARE_oncampus_Nov22.eventbrite.ie
Booking is essential and will close 24-48 hours before the event date. Please feel free to circulate this email and poster to anyone who may interested.
- Information on how DARE offers are made and places available on each MTU course are at www.cit.ie/dare
- Any DARE queries can be sent to dareCork@mtu.ie and will be treated confidentially. Please note as the Disability Support Service is extremely busy meeting MTU students, we are not able to return calls at the moment.
We had an amazing turnout for our Open Night on Tuesday 13th September.
Huge credit goes to our current and past pupils who came along to help out and demonstrate our facilities and the pathways to higher education from Mayfield Community School.
We are currently rolling out VSware access for parents/guardians of first year students.
VSware can be accessed using a laptop or a phone.
To use VSware on a laptop, go to mayfieldcs.vsware.ie and use the access details that have been sent to you by text message.
To use VSware on your phone, please go to your app store and look for the VSware app.
VSware have published a series of guides for parents – CLICK HERE to view them.
- Open VSware
- Click on the ‘reset password’ link
- Type in your username
- Type in the last 4 digits of your phone number
- You should get a verification link
- Use this link to set a new password
- Your new password should be 8 characters long
- At least one capital letter
- At least one small letter
- At least one number
- At least one special symbol !*
We are delighted to be able to provide the details for our school tour this year. The tour is open to Transition year and fifth year students.
We will depart from Dublin at 6:15 AM on Saturday 29th April
Return to Dublin at 23:55 on Tuesday 2nd May
- Bus from Mayfield to Dublin Airport
- Fly to Milan
- 3 nights Bed & Breakfast accommodation in Lake Garda
- 3 evening meals at the airport
- Use of our own coach for the tour
- Guided tour of Venice
- Water taxi in Venice
- Visit to Juliet’s House
- A bowling trip
- Entrance to the Roman arena in Verona
- A sightseeing trip on Lake Garda
- Entrance to Gardaland (subject to opening dates)
The price for the tour will be €600 plus whatever spending money your son/daughter wishes to bring.
A deposit of €200 will be required by the end of September, with a further payment of €100 due in October
If you wish to reserve a place on this tour, please fill in this form.
Please note that this is a school tour, and that students will be expected to comply with our school code of behaviour. Students who fail to comply with our code will not be accepted on the tour. There are 25 places available.
Once we have our list of students, the tour company will set up an online payment system. As a school we will not be taking the payments for the trip.
Make sure that your son/daughter has an up-to-date passport
Ensure that they have a European Health Insurance Card (Click here for more information)