Mount Lourdes works to promote the holistic development of every student, focusing on their academic, social, emotional and spiritual development. Through our pastoral system we work to foster a caring, supportive environment in which our students feel secure and valued. We aim to help students develop the personal and life skills essential to take their places in a challenging modern society.
Head Teacher's Welcome
Welcome to our website
I hope it offers you a flavour of the community that is Mount Lourdes Grammar School.
We are an all girls’ Catholic Grammar school founded by the Sisters of Mercy in 1909. Our Catholic ethos and Mercy tradition permeate all aspects of school life making Mount Lourdes a caring and supportive community. Each individual student is valued here. We are committed to nurturing and fostering the holistic development of each student. Mount Lourdes provides a warm, happy, welcoming atmosphere with high standards of pastoral care and support.
Our approach is founded on a special partnership between parents, the school and the students. We therefore work closely to ensure each young person achieves the very best and reaches their full potential. We believe in setting high standards across all aspects of school life. We pride ourselves on our academic opportunities and achievements. The broad curriculum we offer at all key stages provides a varied and enriched learning experience. We are focused on providing our students with the skills and knowledge young people need in a fast changing world. Our dedicated team of teachers and support staff ensure that students have access to high quality learning and teaching experiences as well as personalised guidance and mentoring. We are particularly proud that all our students leave with qualifications which enable them to access a vast array of career pathways.
We aim to provide the very best extra-curricular opportunities for our students to further develop self-confidence, self-esteem and resilience.
In Mount Lourdes we strive to enable all students achieve high standards, realise their full potential and become successful learners, confident individuals and positively contribute to the school and wider community
Mrs Sinead Cullen