New Inn Boy’s National School is a Catholic Primary School under the Trusteeship and Patronage of the Archbishop of the Diocese of Cashel and Emly.
New Inn Boy’s National School strives to provide a well-ordered, caring, happy and secure learning environment where the self-esteem of each child will be enhanced and the educational, spiritual, moral and cultural needs of each child are identified and developed.
While New Inn Boy’s National School is a school with a Catholic ethos, it also gives due recognition to children of all other religious beliefs and none.
New Inn Boy’s National School promotes excellence in teaching and learning and encourages all children to have respect for diversity, environmental awareness and appreciation of our community. We aim to provide an appropriate, stimulating and broadly challenging education for all of our pupils.
We will strive to promote, both individually and collectively, the professional and personal development of teachers through staff development programmes.
We work in partnership with parents and the community to empower students to live in and contribute to a rapidly changing society and to act as responsible, independent children and later, self-sufficient adults who care about others and their environment. We encourage the involvement of parents through home-school contacts and through their involvement in the development and growth of the Parents’ Association.
New Inn Boys National School, a Roman Catholic School, (which is established in connection with the Minister) aims at promoting the full and harmonious development of all aspects of the person of each pupil – intellectual, physical, cultural, moral and spiritual including a living relationship with God and with other people Our school models and promotes a philosophy of life inspired by a belief in God and in the life, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. As a Catholic school we provide Religious Education for the pupils in accordance with the doctrines, practices and tradition of the Roman Catholic Church and promote the formation of the pupils in the Catholic Faith.