Saint Brendan's College Enrolment and Virtual Open Evening
March 18th 2021

Click here to view our Virtual Open Evening Live Stream taking place online March 18th at 7:00 pm

Saint Brendan's College is currently accepting enrolment applications for the school year 2021/22. The closing date for receipt of applications is the 31st March 2020.

Enrolment application forms available by contacting the school on (097) 81437 or by emailing stbrendanscollege@msletb.ie or alternatively by clicking here.

Completed forms may be summited to the school email address digitally or posted/dropped into the post box at the main school entrance no later than the 31st of March (Admissions policy and Code of Behaviour are both available on this website and by request to the school office)

Virtual Open Evening for all Sixth-class students and their Parents/Guardians will take place online on the 18th of March at 7pm. Please register for this event through the registration form available by clicking here or alternatively by contacting the school office on (097) 81437.

You can view our schools prospectus for 2021 by clicking here.

Welcome To

Saint Brendan's College

Our school aims to be a student friendly, student centered, safe and pleasant place to be. It will be your home away from home for a considerable amount of time each day.

“A key feature of this school is the happiness and contentment of the school community”

Inspector Richard Coughlan
Whole School Evaluation
www.education.ie

In Saint Brendan’s College we view school as an extention of the home and such we aim to create a safe and caring environment that will facilitate the holistic development of each individual student and fosters respect for oneself and others.

We see education as a partnership so that the home and school can share a sense of vision and respnsibility in their childs learning. We welcome parents to maintain regular contact with the school.

Through the dedication, professionalism and excellence of our staff all our students are encouraged to attain the highest academic standards, so that their true potential is realised. We strive to ensure that we are a centre in which teaching and learning excel.

Saint Brendan’s College aims to be a Safe school by creating a culture of being a “telling school”.

School Overview

We see education as a partnership so that the home and school can share a sense of vision and respnsibility in their childs learning. We welcome parents to maintain regular contact with the school.

Through the dedication, professionalism and excellence of our staff all our students are encouraged to attain the highest academic standards, so that their true potential is realised. We strive to ensure that we are a centre in which teaching and learning excel.

In Saint Brendan’s College we view school as an extention of the home and as such we aim to create a safe and caring environment that will facilitate the holistic development of each individual student and fosters respect for oneself and others.

Saint Brendan's College aims to be a Safe school by creating a culture of being a "telling school".

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👋 Looking for someone to talk to? If you're aged 12-25, you can get mental health advice, support and information from Mindspace. To make a referral ⤵️

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👋 Looking for someone to talk to? If you're aged 12-25, you can get mental health advice, support and information from Mindspace. To make a referral ⤵️

☎️ 094-9067001
📱 086-1844995
📧 info@mindspacemayo.ie
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Hard luck to our Junior Boys Football Team who lost to Gortnor Abbey today in the Collern Cup Final in the NUIG Airdome on a score line of 4-17 to 5-10 ... See MoreSee Less

Hard luck to our Junior Boys Football Team who lost to Gortnor Abbey today in the Collern Cup Final in the NUIG Airdome on a score line of 4-17 to 5-10
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Best of luck to our Junior Boys in the Mayo GAA post Primary Colleran Cup Final. Live stream coverage by our schools media team at the link below.

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