Phone:  01 8411804 
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Roll No: 18044T 
RCN: 20131500




Welcome to the website for St. Patrick's N.S. Stamullen, Co. Meath.

Dear Parents/Guardians,

 Welcome to our school website. We hope that you enjoying sharing all the exciting things that are happening in St Patrick's NS.

Mise le meas,
Aoife Slacke



If a student is absent they should fill in the reason on our Aladdin Connect App


School Places for 2021/22 and 2022/23

We do have some space available in a few classes. Our current Senior Infant and First class are full.

Please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for an application form.


School and COVID-19

If your child has symptoms

If your child has symptoms of COVID-19 they need to:

They do not to get tested unless they:

  • have a condition that puts them at higher risk
  • live with someone who has a weak immune system

Find out when your child may need a test for COVID-19

If your child is aged 3 months or less, phone your GP for advice

When to keep your child at home from school or childcare

Keep your child at home if they:

When it's OK to send your child to school or childcare

It is usually OK to send your child to school or childcare if they:

  • only have nasal symptoms, such as a runny nose or a sneeze, but otherwise feel well
  • are doing antigen tests because of a case of COVID-19 in their class
  • have tested negative and have not had any new symptoms for 48 hours
  • have not had diarrhoea for 48 hours
  • are being tested regularly as part of a programme or because they are in a vulnerable group

Testing for children in school or childcare

You can request free antigen tests for your child if there are cases of COVID-19 in their class.

The tests are only available for children aged 4 or older who are in pre-school, primary school or childcare.

Requesting free tests is up to you. You do not have get your child tested if you don't want to.

Your child's school principal or childcare facility manager can give you the details of a phone number or website to request these tests for your child.

Children who do not have symptoms of COVID-19 should continue to go to school even if they are doing antigen tests.

Read more about antigen tests for children

  As always if your child is unwell DO NOT SEND THEM TO SCHOOL.
  • Ms Slacke, Mrs Doherty, Mrs Maguire, Mrs Thornton and Mrs Grehan will continue to 'Meet and Greet' children as they enter the school grounds. They will be outside from 8.50am to 9.05am.
  • Parents CANNOT enter the school with their children. Ms Slacke and Ms Doherty will be available for any urgent concerns
  • Gates will open just before 8.50 am. Pupils should go directly to their classroom.
  • Junior and Senior Infants will go home as normal at 1.30pm, 1st -3rd go at 2.20pm and 4th -6th go at 2.30pm. children will enter and be released through designated doors/gates.
  • We ask for co-operation with these times as it will mean that the numbers congregating on school grounds at any one time will be minimised.
  • For Health and Safety: No adults, other than staff members, should enter the building. If you have any enquiries, Please go to the office in the Rainbow School.
  • Messages for teachers can be sent by classdojo, email, or by phoning the school office.


 Many thanks in advance for all your support.

Aoife Slacke






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