A huge thanks to NavanB Rotary Club for their amazing support to St Mary’s during Covid time.
Maria and all the team in St. Mary’s would like to say a heartfelt word of thanks to Rotary Club of Navan.B for their incredible support through this challenging time. Their great moral and financial support is enabling us to develop our digital home-learning systems and the school website. We are extremely grateful to them all.
Fashion Show in Aid of St. Mary’s Special School is POSTPONED until further notice…
Video created by Jenny Mompart
Principal St. Mary’s Special School
Look what we made. Healthy pasta bake. We love cooking with Siobhan.
Our Christmas song…
Click here to hear an interview on LMFM and scroll to 56:20
Our Christmas song can be bought and listened to in full by clicking either of the below links:
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas…
Enjoying Trampoline Park in Dundalk…
Having great fun at school…
Enjoying the new board room table in Class 5. A joy to work on
Class 7 students using their money skills in the local shop…
Enjoying the sensory table at the library…
Author and illustrator, Oisin McGann, visits our school…
Jean Marie at assembly…
Our school had a wonderful day recently at Tayto Park. Many thanks to the Rotary Club for all their help.
Special Care Unit Projects
St. Mary’s Special School: 1977-2017 40 Years of serving Meath and its surrounding counties
2017 marks the 40th year of St. Mary’s Special Schools existence. From small humble beginnings with less than a dozen pupils and two classrooms to over 90 pupils, 12 classrooms, a special care unit and an Autistic Learning Centre, St. Mary’s has grown tenfold. With a new school on the way and various projects underway such as Class 7’s Junior Entrepreneur Program and Class A4’s Irish Aid Program, the future has never looked brighter for Special Needs Education in Meath.
St. Mary’s new school Campus
Planning permission has been granted for a new build school in the Johnstown Campus. We are eagerly awaiting this exciting new chapter in our school’s development. There are over 90 students in our school who attend from all over Meath and the borders of Cavan, Louth and Dublin.
Graphics Of Our Proposed New School