Saint Brigid’s National School, is a primary school situated in the centre of Greystones, Co. Wicklow. Our mission is to provide the highest quality education for all our children in a happy, safe and stimulating Christian environment, focusing on their academic, social, personal, moral and spiritual development to help them be the best they can be.

Uniforms

Uniforms

Students are asked to:

  • Wear their St. Brigid’s school uniform with pride.
  • Wear their school uniform for school and school activities only.
  • Wear the appropriate school uniform every day.

School Uniform 2019/2020

  • Green tartan school pinafore/grey trousers
  • Green crested cardigan/jumper
  • White blouse/shirt.
  • Green tie.
  • White, dark green or navy stockings/ tights
  • Grey socks with trousers.
  • Optional kilt for 5th and 6th class with green v- necked jumper. No pin.

Shoes

  • Footwear – Black/navy shoes with dark soles. For PE suitable runners required. These can only be worn on PE Days.
  •  No knee-high boots or Ugg boots.

Tracksuit

  • Green school tracksuit and white polo shirt
  • Tracksuits are worn on PE days, for some school outings and for school activities directed by the teacher.
  • Tracksuit may be worn for after school sporting activities which are organised by the school.
  • School shorts may be worn on PE days and for the above activities during the months of MAY, JUNE and SEPTEMBER ONLY.

Optional Summer Uniform

  • Green school shorts and white polo shirt may be worn instead of school uniform during MAY and JUNE ONLY.

All items of uniform are available from ‘Schoolwear House’, Tesco SC., Greystones (Phone 01-287 3420).

Click on THIS LINK to go to their website.

All belongings must be clearly marked with your child’s name and room number.

Jewellery

  • One pair of studs may be worn in pierced ears.
  • One finger ring is allowed.

Reminder

  • No nail varnish or false nails
  • No make-up
  • No hair colour or hair extensions are allowed.
  • Long hair must be in a plait/ponytail or bun.

Valuables

Children should not bring valuables to school as the school cannot accept responsibility for any valuables brought into school.