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This is Loreto Balbriggan.

Welcome to our website. We hope that by exploring the site you will have some sense of the spirit of our great school. Situated directly by the sea, Loreto Secondary School, Balbriggan is a Catholic girls’ secondary school. In the spirit of Mary Ward we aim to develop all the abilities of our students in order that they realise their full potential and use their talents for the service of others. We also aim to encourage self-confidence and self-esteem in a happy atmosphere and structured environment. The school community, collaborating together in mutual respect, strives for holistic excellence.




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Loreto Balbriggan
  • 7 May, 2021

May 7th

Loreto Balbriggan has been working with the Department of Psychology in NUI Galway for the past two years to provide data in the development of their SMART Consent programme . On Friday  Dr. Siobhán O’Higgins […]

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Loreto Balbriggan
  • 30 Apr, 2021

30th April

This week was Simon Community awareness week. During the week all students learned about the work of Simon and their vision for a society where everyone has a home.    The TY Community Links class […]

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Loreto Balbriggan
  • 24 Apr, 2021

April 23rd

On Tuesday 9 TY students from the digital literacy November module took part in the National Bebras Computational Thinking Challenge in conjunction with Maynooth University and ICS Skills. They finished in the top 10% to […]

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Loreto Balbriggan
  • 17 Apr, 2021

April 16th

On Friday an inspector from the Department of Education completed a COVID 19 inspection in the school. The full report will be available on the Department of Education’s website in the coming weeks.  Congratulations to […]

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Loreto Balbriggan
  • 9 Apr, 2021

Return to School April 12th

After many weeks of online learning, all students will return to school on Monday the 12th of April. We look forward to welcoming back everyone. We have missed their voices, laughter and energy around the […]

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Loreto Balbriggan
  • 26 Mar, 2021

Easter

  We would like to wish all our Leaving Certificate students the very best of luck as they sit their Irish, French and German oral as well as their Music practical exams over the next […]

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Loreto Balbriggan
  • 20 Mar, 2021

March 19th

The Fingal Student Enterprise Final was held virtually on Tuesday, 16th March. Congratulations to Emily Carroll, Lucy Barnwell and Hannah Barnwell creators of ‘Bee Happy’ and overall winners of the Intermediate category. We had two […]

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Loreto Balbriggan
  • 12 Mar, 2021

March 12th

On Thursday, March 11th second year students Jessica Chen and Bushra Alameen Betro took part in the semi final of the UCD Junior Schools debate competition. This was the first time Loreto Balbriggan had made […]

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Transition Year

All students participate in Transition Year. The aims of the programme are rooted in the school’s caring ethos and structured environment. In the spirit of Mary Ward our programme seeks to promote the potential of all students.

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Past Pupils Noticeboard

Loreto Balbriggan has an active community of past pupils. Please contact the school regarding any notices you wish to post on this webpage regarding reunions/activities/get-togethers etc. and we will be glad to accommodate you.

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Important Policies

We have policy documents on a wide range of matters relating to all aspects of the school. Search our compihensive policies database to find the policy you need.

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Our Campus

Situated by the sea, on a campus which boasts facilities second to none, Loreto Secondary School Balbriggan is proud of its reputation as one of the finest schools in the country. We aim to create a happy and safe environment which enriches the life of every student and creates the possibilities for her to reach her full potential. There are carefully developed and monitored systems in place to ensure that each student feels a sense of belonging and wellbeing in the school community.

The School Day

Students attend from 9.10am to 4pm Monday to Friday and 9.10 to 1.20 on a Wednesday. Students may not be absent from school or leave school early except in the case of illness or with permission obtained from the school. In the case of absence, parents/guardians must, upon their daughter's return to the school, communicate the reasons for her absence, via Compass Chronicle.

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