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Vision Statement

Our vision statement sees our school as a community of students, staff, parents and the Board of Management.

We are committed to developing a community of learners. We believe that education provides opportunity for all. We nurture the well-being of all so that they may grow in knowledge and compassion. We strive to provide a school that promotes academic excellence and enables all students to realise their full potential. Our programmes, curricular and extra-curricular, develop the whole person. These educational objectives are achieved through partnership with parents, national schools and the local community.

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Mission Statement

The Holy Family Community School is a community of students, staff, parents and Board of Management.

  • We are committed to the development of a community of learners concerned for each individual in our care
  • We believe that education provides opportunity for all
  • We strive for excellence in all areas
  • We nurture the well-being of all so that they may grow in knowledge, integrity and compassion

WE AIM TO PROVIDE

  • A school which promotes academic excellence and enables all students to realise their full potential
  • A programme, curricular and extra-curricular, which develops the whole person
  • A Christian value system encompassing respect, responsibility, co-operation, honesty, fairness and friendship
  • A partnership with parents, primary schools and the local community

Latest News

Junior Certificate Business Studies Students Awarded Top Honours by Maynooth University

Seven students from Holy Family Community School received top awards from the Department of Economics, Finance and Accounting in Maynooth University in recognition of their excellent results in the 2017 Junior Certificate Business Studies Examination.  Luca Crone, Caoimhe Healy, Jeswin Jacob, Matthew Long, Julia Nowak, Alex Brady and Miriam Osinubosi all received an ‘A’ grade in the 2017 HigherREAD MORE

Soroptimist Success for Emily Moore

Emily Moore, 5th Year student, has won the regional finals of the very prestigious Soroptimist Girl’s Public Speaking Competition in Bray.  Emily and another student, Jade McCormack, both entered the Kildare Soroptimist Branch heat of this competition earlier in the year with Emily emerging victorious on that occasion.  She put in a great performance inREAD MORE