Vision Statement

St. Mary’s School was founded by the Sisters of Mercy. It is a Roman Catholic school and is recognised as a national school by the Minister of Education and Science. It is a denominational school under the patronage of the local catholic bishop.

As a Roman Catholic school St. Mary’s School aims to promote the full and harmonious development of all aspects of the pupil: intellectual, physical, cultural, moral and spiritual, including a living relationship with God and with other people.

This school models and promotes a philosophy of life inspired by belief in God and in the life, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. St. Mary’s School provides religious education for our pupils in accordance with the doctrines, practices and traditions of the Roman Catholic Church and promotes the formation of the pupils in the Catholic Faith.

Our  Mission/Ethos Statement

This School Community strives to provide a warm, caring and safe environment for our pupils. We take each child from where he/she is so they can develop to their full potential and grow in the knowledge that they are valued. We aim to promote positive learning experiences, knowledge and training for each child.

About Our School

The school opened on 1st September 2012. St Mary’s NS has been created from the amalgamation of St Mary’s Girls’ National School and St Mary’s Boys’ National School. The school has a highly qualified, experienced and dedicated staff who offer quality in all aspects of primary education.

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