We would love to show you around our school so if you are seeking enrolment, or information about enrolment, please contact us and arrange a time to meet with the principal. We will take you on a tour, answer any questions you may have and help with the enrolment process.

1. State integrated schools select preference students on the following grounds.

              a. The agent for determining preference is Fr Fredy 

b. The grounds for preference of enrolment: 

5.1 The child has been baptised or is being prepared for baptism in the Catholic Church 5.2 The child’s parents/guardians have already allowed one or more of its siblings to be  baptised in the Catholic faith. 

5.3 At least one parent/guardian is a Catholic, and although their child has not yet been  baptised, the child’s participation in the life of the school could lead to the parents having  their child baptised. 

5.4 With agreement of the child’s parent/guardian, a significant familial adult such as a  grandparent, aunt or uncle who is actively involved in the child’s upbringing undertakes to  support the child’s formation in the faith and practices of the Catholic Church. 

5.5 One or both of a child’s non-Catholic parents/guardians is preparing to become a  Catholic. 


Agents of the Bishop, Who May Sign the Certificate on his Behalf 

6.1.1 Parish Priest of their Parish of Residence 

6.1.2 Assistant Priest of their Parish of Residence 

6.1.3 Priests appointed under c. 517/1 

6.1.4 Deacons and lay persons appointed to pastoral care under c 517/2 

6.1.5 Ethnic chaplains who liaise with Parish Priests or their delegate 

6.1.6 Local committees appointed by the Bishop or, with his prior approval, by any of the above  agents of the Bishop. 

Process of Appeal 

If a preference certificate has been refused and the parents, either directly or through the Principal,  wish to appeal the matter, the application can be referred to the Proprietors’ Office (Diocesan  Education Office). The Director of the Office, or whoever is the appointed appeal authority in the  appropriate, will make a ruling, or seek a ruling from the Bishop. The Parish Priest or delegated  person who refused the certificate in the first instance is normally informed whenever a preference  certificate is issued in virtue of the paragraph. 

State integrated schools have places for non-preference students. 

a. This school has a maximum of 6 places. 

b. There are currently no places likely to available in this year.


Non-Preference places criteria:

The applicants accept that they will be attending a school of special character and that their place in the school is conditional on their participation in the programme.

The applicants accept that they will be required to pay attendance dues as set by the Proprietor and these are not voluntary


Non-Preference criteria that apply to this school. 

i. The siblings of non-preference students already in the school. 

ii. Siblings of former non-preference students. 

iii. The children of staff or Board members who seek to enrol their children. 

iv. Non-preference students coming from another integrated school with the same 

    special character. 

            v. Children who live within one kilometre of the school and who want to       

                participate in the special character programme of the school. 


Non-preference students who cannot enrol immediately may choose to be placed on a waiting list. Students on this list are wait listed by date and number and will be contacted if places become available. At the end of the calendar year the list is removed and people apply to be reinstated on the wait list for the following year. 

Enrolment information is also available for this school in hard copy from the office.

Our Wee Kids Wednesday programme operates every Wednesday afternoon from 2.00pm - 3.00pm in Room 1. All children are welcome up to 6 months before they start school. This is an opportunity for the child to get to know the teacher, the children, the classroom and the school surroundings.

In the sessions the children generally have a lesson about an alphabet letter and complete music and craft activities as a lovely way to support them in their transition to school. Parents stay with their child on these visits. Every child receives a Wee Kids Wednesday T shirt. This is a popular introduction to school taken by Teenaka Kennedy, the New Entrant Teacher.

A month before the child’s fifth birthday school visits in the morning and afternoon arranged. These visits are arranged with the new entrant teacher.