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St Brigid's Secondary School Killarney

Privacy Statement regarding JCPA

The privacy statement with regard to the Junior Cycle Profile of Achievement is available by clicking the link below:

Privacy Statement


Well done to class of 2018

Well done to the class of 2018 who received their results on August 15th. The students received excellent results and we wish them all the very best as they begin an exciting new chapter of their lives.


Information for Parents of Incoming First Years

Parents of incoming first years may find the guide provided on the link below to be useful:

Guide for parents of incoming first year students


Billy Vincent Physical Challenge

Pictured above are second year students who enjoyed participating in their physical challenge as part of the Billy Vincent Award recently.


Presentation to Eddie Sheehy

Eddie Sheehy came in on Tuesday 29th of May to St. Brigid's Presentation Secondary School to thank all those who participated and donated to the Kenya Education Project. He also presented Certificates of Appreciation to the girls in St. Brigid's who ran 5k in aid of his project.  The girls were sponsored by their school friends, teachers and the wider school community to do a couch to 5k in aid of the Kenya Education Project. The girls along with Ms. Hickey presented Eddie with a cheque of €510.  Well done to all involved!!


Agenda Parents' Council

The Parents' Council AGM will take place in the school on Thursday May 31st at 7.30. The agenda is as follows:


• Fundraiser – Raffle.

• Used Clothes Collection.

• Debs Update. Planning for Monday 13th August.

• Healthy Eating review.

• Use of smart phones and/or tablet devices in school – as per Circular 0038/2018 published on 21st May 2018.

• Correspondence – Building Unit.

• Planning for next year 2018/2019.


Awards 2018

On Thursday, May 24th, St, Brigid's held our annual awards day. This is one of the highlights of the school calendar and rewards students who have gone the extra mile in contributing to our school community over the past year. Awards were presented for excellence in sport, leadership, business, home economics, art and design, English, together with general awards for contribution to school spirit and leadership. 

Parents were invited to join us for the occasion, which was held in the school gym. The audience were entertained by wonderful music and singing from the senior choir and music students, including a spine-tingling solo performance by Ora Mordant, Leaving Cert.

Guest of honour was Moira Murrell, past pupil, and C.E.O. of Kerry County Council, who addressed the students with her memories of the time she spent in St. Brigid's, interspersed with the perfect mixture of humour and good advice. Ms. Murrell reminded students of the benefits and privileges of living in Kerry, and encouraged our Leaving Cert students to consider returning to Kerry when they have travelled the world to avail of some of the wonderful employment opportunities available in the county. She is pictured below presenting the CEIST award to Siobhán Burns:

A special award was made to Emma Quirke, Leaving Cert, in recognition of her contribution to Special Olympics Ireland at the Castleross Swimming Club:

At the end of the ceremony, we were addressed by Róisín Moore, principal, who congratulated each and every student on their contribution to the school in the past year, and who made special mention of those who work quietly behind the scenes each and every day to ensure the smooth running of St. Brigid's, with special mention of the office staff, canteen staff and Kevin Farrell, our caretaker.

The ceremony was overseen and presented by Ms.Gilligan, who deserves special mention for her hard work and dedication over the past number of weeks in organising the ceremony. Mr Horan was on hand for photographic duty, and as usual, Mr Hughes created a fantastic video featuring the Leaving Certs of 2018 to mark the occasion. 

A wonderful day was had by all and many congratulations to all those who received awards.