Our Lady of Fatima School

Our Mission in Our Lady of Fatima School is to provide a happy and secure learning environment where we value and develop the whole person to their full potential and celebrate each student’s uniqueness and personal qualities

Our Vision

Our Vision is to be a model school in a caring, encouraging, positive and creative educational environment.

Part of the Erasmus+ Programme

Erasmus+ is the European Union Programme for education, training, youth and sport.
All schools, pre-primary, primary and secondary are all welcome to join Erasmus+.

Enrolment

Enrolment is now open for the 2021/2022 school year. Click for more infomation.

Our School

Our Lady of Fatima School was founded in 1968 to facilitate the needs of children with a learning difficulty.

Since its inception it has grown from strength to strength. Over hundred students attend this school from all over the county and range in age from 4 to 18 years.

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A message from our principal

Glenda McKeown

School Principal

Our Lady of Fatima School is a warm, friendly school full of some of the most special students you could meet anywhere in County Wexford. We encourage anyone to visit: Teachers, potential students, parents, interested parties, or just those curious to see what goes on within our walls. Explore our website to get a feel for the place and then why not contact us to arrange a visit so that you can experience Fatima for yourself.

GET IN TOUCH

053-9123376

053-9147648

info@ladyoffatimaschool.ie

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Stay safe 

COVID-19 is still with us. These are important things that we can all keep doing to help reduce infection and protect the entire school community:

  • Isolate if you are symptomatic (even if you are fully vaccinated and boosted) or if you are diagnosed with COVID-19.
  • If you have symptoms, stay at home until 48 hours after symptoms resolve.
  • Complete your primary and booster programme of vaccination.
  • Continue to manage risk for yourself and others who are more vulnerable. You can do this by wearing masks, physical distancing and avoiding crowds as well as maintaining basic hand and respiratory hygiene.