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Mount St Catherine`s Primary School
Windmill Hill, BT60 4BR, UK Armagh
Tel. 028 3752 2241

Mount St. Catherine's Primary School is a caring, high-achieving school catering for girls and boys age 4-11 from last September. We are situated in a central location in the city. Our school provides a secure environment where children can blossom, be both an individual nurtured by our excellent staff and also learn to be a valuable community member.

While we strive for excellence in everything and focus strongly on achieving potential of each child, Christ remains firmly at the centre of everything we do.

Our staff are fully committed to getting to know and developing the whole child. The outstanding achievements of the past pupils of our school in all walks of life are solid testimony to the quality of education they receive here. While we celebrate our past successes with pride, we are always looking forward to ensure that we are providing every opportunity to our present and future pupils.

The facilities available to our pupils are second to none. On our own site we are fortunate to have excellent learning and teaching facilities, e.g. a computerised library, recently improved, and on-site After-School-Facility, P.E. and assembly hall and up-to-the minute computer facilities in every classroom. We are a dedicated, highly and enthusiastic staff.

The aim of this website is to help you gain an insight into the life and atmosphere of the school. Our main aim is that your child will grow in self-confidence and will have a self-respect with a sense of worth that will enable him/her to cope with and challenge the world in which we live.

In Mount St Catherine’s great emphasis is placed upon the mutual respect of teacher for child and child for teacher. Within this context self-discipline is nurtured and there is an expectation for our pupils to be co-operative, responsible and to have initiative. The teachers are very professional with a very high level of commitment to their pupils and to the school. We are confident that we can deliver the Northern Ireland Curriculum as is required by law and to give the child a greater opportunity to develop his/her individual talents.



The Board of Governors will apply the following criteria to identify which children should be admitted either at initial admission to education (P1) or on transfer from another school.  In selecting children for admission children resident in Northern Ireland at the time of their proposed admission to the school will be selected for admission to the school before any child not so resident.


Children of compulsory school age:


 (1)    Children who have brothers / sisters in attendance during the 2003/2004 school year.

(2)     Children whose brothers / sisters previously attended the school.

(3)     Children whose parents, grandparents, brothers, sisters, aunts, uncles, cousins are members of the staff of Mount St Catherine’s Primary School.

(4)     Children whose parents, grandparents, brothers, sisters, aunts, uncles, cousins attended the school.

(5)    Children with special circumstances (social, medical or security).  The special circumstances must be made known at the time of application.  The Board of Governors reserves the right to seek confirmation of the special circumstances from a statutory body.


(6)    Proximity of the child’s home to the school, priority being given to those living nearest to the school (Criterion 6 will also be used as a deciding factor where there is over-subscription within a criterion.)

 Children not of compulsory school age:


Chronological age starting with the eldest.


If two or more children have the same date of birth, the order of receipt of a completed application form will be the deciding factor.  The Principal will be numbering the application forms as they are received.

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