We in Scoil Phobail Bhéara
have a vision of the type of school we would like. It is a school guided by Christian values where students are happy and where everyone is treated with courtesy and respect. Our school encourages supports and challenges all students to reach their full potential.
While parents are the primary educators of their children, our staff members, who act in loco parents, are our most valuable resource and every effort is made to ensure that we have a dedicated and committed staff and good student-staff relationship.
Our school is an integral part of our local community and in addition to providing the best possible education for our young people and preparing them for later life, our school serves as a resource for and enriches our community.
We do everything possible to assist our students to take responsibility for themselves and their actions and we help them to appreciate and care for the world in which we live.
The Transition to Secondary School
Calculated Grades Student Portal now closed
-1800 111135/36 (9am-5pm)
NUI Galway CAO Change of Mind Webinar
CAO Change of Mind Webinar will take place on 19th June at 12pm
Important Notice for CAO Applicants:
Due to Covid-19 restrictions, CAO will not be sending a postal Statement of Application Record this year.
A Statement of Application Record email has been sent to instruct students to log in and verify that all of your information has been recorded completely and correctly on your CAO Account. Click here for more information.
6 Tips for Using CAO Change of Mind Facility
Leaving Cert, 08/05/20
The Minister for Education and Skills has announced that Leaving Certificate 2020 is postponed and students are being offered a system of Calculated Grades, with State certification. For full details please click here.
Updated letter to parents & students of Leaving Cert
Message from Minister McHugh
A letter to parents and students of Leaving Cert
Press Release from ACCS, ETBI & JMB
A Guide to Calculated Grades for Leaving Certificate Students 2020
Letters to parents / guardians and students:
Revised Arrangements for Junior Cycle 2020
Office 365 &
Students can log into www.office.com with their school account details to access Teams. All students have an account. Microsoft Teams can also be downloaded to a phone. This allows students to receive notification when a teacher puts up a message regarding work and virtual classes. It also allows students to send work to teachers.
Microsoft Teams explained: