School Events & Latest News
6th Class Graduation
On Thursday the 27th of June, we bid farewell to our current 6th class students. We would like to thank them for all the lovely memories we shared together and wish them all the best in their future endeavours. Go n-éirí an bóthar libh
The Big Sing
Thank you to everyone who came along to our cake sale on Friday, the 1st of March. It was a huge success and we were blown away by your kindness in donations, willingness to help out and creativity in the Yellow Bake Off. Check out some of the entries and pictures from the cake sale below.
Highlights of 'Wellbeing Week 2018'
Upcoming School Dates
June 28th: Summer Holidays
The Visit of An Taoiseach Leo Varadkar & Minister for Education Richard Bruton
Our New Flag Poles displaying our Active School Flag and Green Flags
A brief history of our school
St. Patrick’s Senior National School, Corduff, came into existence on November 1st 1978. Mr. Sean Cousins was its first principal. In 1993 Mr. Sean Cousins retired and Mr. Michael Shanley was appointed principal. In 2011 Mr. Shanley retired and Ms. Mary O'Riordan was appointed principal.
In 1978, the Senior School building was still under construction and classes were located in the Junior School. As classrooms were finished in the Senior School building, classes were moved over during the first six months of 1979. The school reached its peak in terms of student numbers in September 1983, when there were 568 pupils.
Currently, there are approximately 240 pupils enrolled in St. Patrick's SNS. There are also 20 teachers, 4 Special Needs Assistants, a secretary and a caretaker working in the school.
We are eagerly awaiting a new school building which is expected to start very shortly. With the building of the new school, we will see the Senior School joined onto the Junior School nearby.