Scoil Bhríde, Tuam

Mission Statement

St. Brigid’s Secondary School is a voluntary catholic school which values and maintains a Christian ethos of mercy, justice and equality for all.

It’s aim is the pursuit of excellence in a centre of holistic learning.

We actively nurture a caring environment in which respect for all is the hallmark.

School History

St. Brigid’s School dates back to the coming of the sisters of Mercy to Tuam in 1846 at the time of Great Famine.

Since 1860’s it has provided education for girls.

Over the years it has grown and developed into a vibrant school catering for the academic, spiritual and recreational needs of the students.

News from Scoil Bhríde, Tuam

30 Jan 2019
Peer to Peer programme run by the girls of Scoil Bhride, The Mercy, Tuam

Peer to Peer Programme Here in the Mercy Secondary School, Tuam, a group of our Transition Year students…

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05 Dec 2018
Scoil Bríde Tuam Students receive Pope John Paul II Gold Award in Knock Basilica

27 senior students from Scoil Bhride, Mercy Secondary School, Tuam were awarded the Pope John Paul II Gold…

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15 May 2018
Inaugural Mercy Eurovision at Scoil Bhríde, Tuam

In Scoil Bhríde, Mercy, Tuam, Co.Galway, we held the Inaugural Mercy Eurovision in school on Tuesday 15th May,…

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24 Jan 2018
News from Scoil Bhríde Tuam Januuary 2018

Human Trafficking Awareness To create awareness about “Human Trafficking” in our school, the Chaplaincy group prepared a slide…

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05 Jan 2018
Sharing Christmas joy in Scoil Bhríde “The Mercy”, Tuam, Co. Galway

This week our students, attired in Santa hats, took part in the Christmas Carol Service in Tuam’s Cathedral…

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