Mercy Navan Uniform Set for a Makeover

Amidst great excitement and anticipation, the new uniform for St Joseph’s Secondary School in Navan was officially launched last week.

The uniform comes into effect in August, and will be phased in over the next two years, with next year’s 1st Years, Transition Years and 5th Years switching over to the new image.

The new uniform is the result of 18 months of fabric sampling, design and pricing, consultation with staff, parents and students, and meeting manufacturers and suppliers.

The new design keeps the distinctive Mercy Blue, albeit in a richer tone, across the entire school.

The new pleated school skirt is a plaid weave of blue, black and white. Senior students, who appreciate the distinction of being older, will have a subtle difference in their uniform with the introduction of a red stripe on the collar of their jumper.

The current blue shirt is to be replaced with a crisp white.

The response to the new uniform has been overwhelmingly positive, and it will continue a sense of pride in Mercy Secondary School amongst the student body.

The new uniform is available from Geoghegan’s on Trimgate Steet.

Picturd above is collage of photos with students wearing new uniform.

Three students from St. Joseph's Secondary School, Navan wearing new school uniform.