Welcome to the website of St. Patrick’s Grammar School, Armagh.
I trust that it will give you an initial impression of the life and work of the school and introduce you to our friendly, caring, supportive & successful educational environment.
If you are a key worker and wish to send your son to school during the lockdown, could you please fill out the form attached below as soon as possible. Thank you.
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SAVE THE DATE! Our Virtual Open Night will take place on Thursday 21st January at 6:30pm!
Click here to watch our promotional video!
The education and welfare needs of the school community remains our priority over the weeks ahead.
Support & guidance will continue remotely for your son’s educational and pastoral wellbeing.
However, should you or he feel the need to contact someone for support with regards his wellbeing or just a query about a school related issue please make contact via telephone 028 37522018 as the school will be staffed each day.
Click here to View the Key Stage 3 Learning Plans.
The Google Classroom Codes for the 2020/21 year are now active.
When trying to access Google Classroom students should use an existing Google account or create a new Google account. They must use their own name when creating or using their Google account. Students do not need to know their C2k username to access Google classroom.
These codes will be updated regularly so please double check to ensure you have joined the correct class.
Click here to see the full list of codes.
COVID-19 Abesence Protocols
Delivery of GCSE and A-Level Qualifications 2020/21
Links Counselling Services
We are delighted that Links Counselling Services will continue to support our students in 2020/21. Please get in touch or encourage your son to refer himself if you feel he would benefit from the service. #AlwaysListening
Our Positive Behaviour Policy
Click here to read our full positive behaviour policy.
St. Patrick’s Grammar School, Armagh, held an Open Day for P7 students and their parents recently. Visitors were welcomed on arrival to St Patrick’s by School Principal, Mr Dominic Clarke, and addressed by Niall McBride, St. Patrick’s Head Boy, and Year 8 student Ruairi Doyle, as they described their experiences in St Patrick’s. Ross Cunningham, a Year 10 student, also performed a song from our recent school production, Our Day Out. These speeches gave Primary 7 pupils and parents an impression of life in St. Patrick’s and highlighted the ability of staff to bring out the best in every student-academically, artistically and in sporting endeavours. Head Boy, Niall, summed up his experiences over the past seven years by referencing the school motto “Fratres In Unum” which translates as Brothers Together and spoke warmly of the support, friendship and academic opportunities afforded him in St. Patrick’s. Mr Clarke reinforced this by reassuring parents that “Here in St. Patrick’s your child will experience an excellent, quality, challenging education. We have the highest expectations for all students and St. Patrick’s staff work very hard to ensure that every student has the opportunities to reach their full potential.
We offer an 11-19 education – a broad, balanced curriculum that caters for all talents and abilities; challenging each boy to thrive and develop.”
Senior Prefects, Year 8 students and staff then teamed up as guides to direct the visitors around the school’s extensive facilities and to view the work of students past and present. Having viewed many of the school’s departments parents and Primary 7 students commented on the warm and friendly atmosphere of St. Patrick’s Grammar School