St Patrick’s Primary School

ST PATRICK’S PRIMARY SCHOOL,
an amalgamation of Edmund Rice Primary
and Star of the Sea Primary
in St Patrick’s Parish, opened on 1st
September 2013. 

Address:
St. Patrick’s Primary School
Junior Site (P1 – P3)
3 Churchill Street
Antrim Road
Belfast
BT15 2BP

Phone: 028 90351206

St. Patrick’s Primary School
Senior Site (P4 – P7)
9-25 Pim Street
Antrim Road
Belfast
BT15 2BN

Phone: 028 90351478

Website: www.stpatrickspsbelfast.com/

Acting Principal: Ms Julie McAuley
Acting Vice-Principal: Mrs Clare McKeever

The school is under the Trusteeship of the
Edmund Rice Schools Trust
working in partnership with the Parish of St Patrick.

“Who will ever measure all the good that has come from
the spiritual insight, warm heart and determined faith of
Blessed Edmund Rice?”
(Pope John Paul II) 
 

Official Opening and blessing took place on
Friday, 6th June 2014.

 

 

Mission Statement
St. Patrick’s Primary School is committed to the nurturing of the individual child to reach their full potential, celebrating the effort and success together. We strive to achieve this by working in partnership with parents to create an atmosphere of a believing community, reflecting Catholic values.

School Aims
St. Patrick’s is a Catholic school where we strive to make education a shared experience between all interested parties in the community. At St. Patrick’s our policy is to develop in our children the capacity to become self confident, contributing members of society, who will have acquired a reasoned set of values, attitudes and beliefs.

In order to develop these qualities in our children we aim to:
create a happy, stimulating and secure environment for each child.
offer a well structured, broad and balanced curriculum within the requirements of the Northern Ireland Curriculum, which meets the individual needs of each child.
develop an awareness of the need for self-discipline, which leads to respect for other people and a sensitivity towards them.
encourage the children to acquire positive attitudes towards others of differing religious beliefs and an understanding of the wider world in which we live.
develop a genuine partnership between the home, church and the school.