St Laurence College

Mission Statement and Ethos

Mission Statement and Ethos

We strive to meet the needs of the whole school community so that the growth and development of each individual is realized. We seek to achieve this by creating a Marianist family atmosphere where parents and guardians, staff and students work for the spiritual, intellectual, moral, physical and emotional growth of all.

To achieve our mission, we are guided by the Characteristics of Marianist Education to:

  • Educate for formation in faith
  • Provide an integral, quality education
  • Educate in family spirit
  • Educate for service, justice and peace
  • Educate for adaptation and change

Our Vision

We advocate a holistic approach to education. In service, we seek to equip students to embrace the many challenges that life may present. In providing a quality education, we aim to assist each student to maximize their potential and realize their goals.

(Draft, April 2011)

Aims

  1. To bring students to a deeper appreciation of the CME’s in and through our teaching.
  2. To instill a sense of responsibility to positively contribute to society.
  3. To foster an ability to evolve and adapt to an ever changing world.
  4. To encourage each individual to be the best that he/she can be.
  5. To bring students to a deeper appreciation of their moral and spiritual development.
Oct
14 2019
Transition Year Work Experience
Oct
23 2019
Staff Meeting
Oct
28 2019
Mid-Term Break
Nov
04 2019
Return to School after Mid-Term Break
Nov
07 2019
Third Year Parent Teacher Meeting
10-Oct-2019
Flanagan Kerins Furniture shop in Bray recently donated two large all weather bean bags to our support classrooms.
09-Oct-2019
We welcomed the Dogs Trust in C1 recently to talk to Junior C.S.P.E students about animal welfare
09-Oct-2019
Enjoy these photos of our recent Open Evening
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St Laurence College,
Wyattville Rd,
Glenageary,
Loughlinstown,
Co. Dublin,
D18 AK07

01 282 6930


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