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We will commence phased return to school for the new academic year with student induction as follows:

Thursday 26 August: Form 3 & Form 6 – 9.00 – 11.00 am

Friday 27 August: Form 2 & Form 5 – 9.00 am- 11.00 am

Monday 30 August:  Form 1  – 9.00 am – 1.00 pm

Monday 30 August:  Form 4 – 9.00 am – 4.00 pm

All students must wear full school uniform for Induction



While the success of the national vaccination programme gives huge grounds for optimism in the medium term, the continued prevalence of the Delta variant means that we need to remain vigilant to ensure a safe and sustainable return to school for all.

In line with Department of Education advice, infection control measures will remian in place in our school this year. This include the following:

  • Observe Social Distancing
  • Wear a Face Mask at all times where a 2m social distance cannot be maintained
  • Wash and sanitise your hands regularly
  • Cooperate with efforts to maintain good ventilation within the school environment.


The Department of Education have published a number of resources to support students and parents as they return to school

These resources can be accessed here










Form 1 Parent Information Evening

The incoming Form 1 Class of 2021 and their parents attended an Online Information Evening on Tuesday 23 March at 8.00 pm

The Information Presentation can is now available for your information.

All Parents are reminded to







Transition Year 2021-22

We will host a Transition Year Information Evening for Parents and current Form 3 students on Thursday 11 February at 7.30 pm via Zoom. To access the meeting click here.







Form 5 2021-22

Students commencing Form 5 in September 2021  and their parents are invited to a Subject Choice Information meeting at 7.30 pm on Wednesday 24 February via Zoom. To access the meeting click here.





St. Mary’s College is a Catholic Secondary School for girls under the Trusteeship of CEIST and welcomes students of all persuasions. We are committed to educating the whole person to her full potential in a caring, supportive and joyful environment in partnership with parents and community.

CEIST (Catholic Education an Irish Schools Trust) is a newly formed organisation consisting of a group of religious orders, including the Sisters of Mercy, which was set up to pass on their educational heritage to lay colleagues. To mark this significant occasion, Oana Gaftoi, (Leaving Cert class of 2009) was selected to undertake a large painting that would symbolise the spirit of CEIST. This painting is now on display on the main corridor and is greatly admired. Many thanks to Oana for all her beautiful work.


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