Welcome.  These pages offer information about Catholic primary level schools in the Diocese of Limerick and the support services available to them.

St. Senan's Education Office

St. Senan’s Education Office was established in April of 2007 to assist those who serve as chairpersons and members of the boards of management of the primary schools under the Bishops’ patronage across the dioceses of Limerick, Kerry and Killaloe.

St. Senan’s Education Office acts as a first point of contact for the management of catholic schools in the three dioceses. Whilst offering telephone and email support on issues of policy and procedure the office also focuses on the development of good practice and bespoke training for members of the boards of management.

Click here to visit the St. Senan's Education Office website:

Please click here to view the list of primary schools and their contacts  in Limerick

Limerick Diocesean Advisory Service-Supporting Religious Education in Primary Schools

The Limerick Diocesan Advisory Service works in collaboration with teachers, school management, parish clergy, parents and guardians to support and resource religious education in primary schools across the Diocese of Limerick.

Who we are:


Fiona Dineen                         Email:
Sr Rose Miriam Email:


Click for further information about Religious Education in Catholic Primary Schools

Catholic Schools Week 2014

CSW-Post Primary Irish Resources 2014

CSW 2014 Primary Resources

CSW-Primary Irish Resources-2014

Primary Poster

Primary page for home – Polish

Reflection for Members of Staff and Board of Management or Governors

Planning for Catholic Schools Week 2014

Suggestions for Diocesan Celebrations

Prayer Service to Celebrate the Ministry of Teachers

Celebrating Catholic Schools Week in Parish 2014

Opening Prayer Service

Closing Celebration 2014

Grandparents Day 2014

Click here for 10 Frequently Asked Questions about Catholic Primary Schools


Catholic Primary Schools: Looking to the Future is a new position paper published by the Catholic Schools Partnership.  Click here to read this paper.


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