The Webwise Parents Hub provides free support for parents and guardians to help ensure their child has a safe, positive, experience online. Webwise provides important information and advice on various online safety topics. Webwise also provides information about popular apps that your child might be using. You can access the Webwise parent’s hub by clicking […]
Dear Parents and Guardians, Please find below some important dates for the month of February and March 2024. Date Event Thursday 22nd February Open Night Wednesday 28th February House Exams for 1st, 2nd and 5th Years. Thursday 29th February TY Driving Theory Test – Ballina Wednesday 6th March School closed – JCIS Training Day Tuesday […]
The ‘Shona Project’ is an award winning organisation who educates, empowers and inspires young Irish girls. It’s founder, Tammy Darcy, set up ‘the Shona project’ in memory of her sister. Tammy has visited our school in the past and our girls loved her workshop. The Shona Project has an excellent website, with an excellent section […]
It is very easy to record an absence or a partial absence for your child on our VS Ware system. Step One – Log into your VS Ware app. The school has already provided you with a username. If you have lost this, please call the office to get help. Step Two – Click on […]
Webwise will hold an online safety webinar for parents on February 19th next. The webinar will explore the opportunities and risks for children online, offer practical advice to support parents, highlight key resources/supports and answer some frequently asked questions. The Snapchat Safety team will also provide a short explainer on how Snapchat works and some […]
St Patrick’s College will hold our annual enrolment evening on Thursday 22nd February 2024 in the school. If you are interested in our school and what we offer, please feel free to visit us between 6pm and 8.30 pm. If you cannot make on the 22nd, please contact the front office and we will be […]
It gives me great pleasure to welcome you to our new website. St. Patrick’s College, Lacken Cross is a small and vibrant co-educational school with a long and proud tradition of serving the needs of the local community in a caring and friendly atmosphere (run under the umbrella of the Mayo, Sligo and Leitrim Education Training Board.) We provide top quality teaching and learning in our state of the art, modern school and pride ourselves on our student’s state examination results every year across a broad range of subjects.
Our greatest asset in my opinion, is our students. Visitors to our school consistently remark on the wonderful, friendly and inclusive atmosphere that exists among our school community. Our open-door policy exists to meet your concerns about your child’s needs. We welcome your suggestions and hope to work with you in the future as you entrust your child’s secondary school education to us.