Scoil Na Mainistreach Quin Dangan
About our School
Our school is situated across from the famous Quin Friary and takes its name, in Irish, from this beautiful Franciscan Abbey which was founded in 1350, by the McNamara clan, for the Friars Minor of St. Francis. Scoil na Mainistreach Quin Dangan is at the heart of a community steeped in culture, history and educational endeavour. We are very proud of these links to the wider community and we enjoy working with all our partners in the education process. We encourage members of the community to share their expertise with our students.
Pupils and Staff
Scoil na Mainistreach Quin Dangan currently has an enrolment of 290 pupils. The school population is projected to continue to rise significantly over the next five years. At present there are seventeen permanent teaching tsaff, three Special Needs Assistants, a Secretary, Cleaner and Caretaker.
Principal : Mr Fergal Lynch
Class Teachers : Ms Eleanor Gallagher (Deputy Principal), Mr Donnchadh Murphy, Mr.Michael Clune, Mr Michael Walsh, Ms Sheelagh Daffy, Ms Elaine Farmer, Mr Liam Clohessy, Ms Eimear Howley, Ms Katriona O’confhaola, Ms Rebecca Kennedy and Mr Damien Browne
Learning Support/Resource Teachers: Mrs Theresa Reddan Ms Crea Phillips and Sinead O’Rourke, Ms Lorna O’Donovan, Mrs Norah Power and Mrs Deirdre O’Neill (Job Share)
Special Needs Assistants: Ms.Anne Murray, Ms. Aoife Rice-Quinn and Geraldine Howley
Secretary/Administration: Mrs. Kathy McNamara
School Hygiene: Mrs. Kathleen Cullinan and Amy Moloney
School Caretaker: Mr Paul O’Halloran
Our Mission Statement
Scoil na Mainistreach is a co-educational, Catholic primary school. Under the Patronage of Bishop Fintan Monahan, Bishop of Killaloe. Our ethos is Catholic and Christian and respect and tolerance for other faiths is also promoted. It is our aim to enable and inspire each individual, through positive learning experiences to achieve his/her potential, face life confidently, find fulfillment and be respectful in an ever changing world.
We do our best, we show respect