Ballinrobe Community School provides a holistic education to 500 students from the very large catchment area surrounding Ballinrobe in Co. Mayo.

2014-15 Prospectus

BCS Prospectus 2014-15

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Board of Management

The Trustees and members of the Board of Management with effect from 1st August, 2014 are: Trustees: Mercy Sisters Archbishop Michael Neary Mayo VEC Board Members: Mr Pat McHugh – Chairperson (Mercy Order Nominee) Ms Catherine Higgins –  (Mercy Order Nominee) Ms Maura Morrin – Teacher Representative Mr Mark Flynn – Teacher Representative Mr Eddie Staunton – …

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Short History of Ballinrobe Community School Education is by no means a new concept in Ballinrobe. The Sisters of Mercy provided the town with primary education in the 1850’s and in 1920 the Mercy Intermediate School – forerunner of the Sacred Heart Secondary School was founded. The Christian Brothers opened the doors of their school …

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Mission Statement

Mission Statement Ballinrobe Community School is a focal point in the community for learning and teaching of young people irrespective of religion, race, gender or abilities. Through its policies and activities, it aims at providing a tolerant and caring environment in which young people and adults can enjoy, exercise and fully develop their knowledge, talents …

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Student Council

STUDENT COUNCIL 2014/2015 The Student Council members for 2014/15 are; Leo McKenna – Leaving Cert – Chairperson Melanie Munroe – Fifth year – Secretary Jacintha Morrin – Tran Year – Treasurer Anna Campbell – Tran Year – Vice Chairperson Jessica Luskin – Tran Year – Vice Secretary Grace Winters – Tran Year – PRO Aoife …

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