Scoil Mhuire na Trócaire

 

Fáilte Romhaibh

It is my pleasure to welcome you to our school website which I hope gives you the essential school information you seek as well as an insight into the happy, vibrant and productive life of Scoil Mhuire na Trócaire. In our school you will find happy children supported by a team of dedicated and enthusiastic staff. It is with immense pride that I carry out my duties as Principal and I am always extremely grateful for the hard work and support of our parents, pupils, staff, Board of Management and Parents’ Association and the wider community who make Scoil Mhuire na Trócaire the unique and welcoming school that it is. Scoil Mhuire na Trócaire has been serving the town of Ardee since 1956 and our dedicated staff and Board of Management continuously work to build on our excellent reputation and caring ethos. Our website will give you a flavour of the many activities we undertake to develop the intellectual, physical, cultural, moral and emotional well-being of our pupils.
Bainigí taitneamh as.
Deirdre Sweeney
Principal

Active Schools

The Active School Flag was launched by the Department of Education in May 2009 and is organised through Mayo Education Centre. The aim of this initiative is to recognise schools throughout the country that strive to achieve a physically active and physically educated school community…. Read More

Parents' Association

Scoil Mhuire na Trócaire has an active and vibrant Parents’ Association. The Parents’ Association is the structure through which parents in our school can work together for the best possible education for their children. Our Parents’ Association works in partnership with … Read More

Our History

The motto on the Ardee Crest reads – Ná bris sith, ná bris cairdis – Don’t break peace, Don’t break friendship. Ardee gets its name from the Irish Áth Fhirida, the Ford of Ferdia, where the legendary hero Cúchulainn defeated his friend Ferdia on the banks of the River Dee….  Read More

Our School

Scoil Mhuire na Trócaire operates under the rules for National Schools and Department of Education Circulars. It is funded by grants provided by the Department of Education and Science (DES). We follow the curricular programmes laid down by the DES.