St. Anne’s National School Bailieborough



St. Anne’s N.S. Uniform

Uniform Details
Plain navy trousers/skirt/pinafore with box pleats
Navy jumper with red trim and school crest attached
White shirt-plain collar
Please note that in light of Covid 19 and to allow for ease of
handwashing/sanitising, a polo shirt –with plain collar-may be worn with
the regular school jumper
Red tie if needed
Navy tights/sock
Black shoes/Boots
Round neck or v neck jumpers are acceptable. However, if wearing a v neck
jumper, your child must wear a red school tie.

School Tracksuit
The school tracksuit is also part of the school uniform and
should be worn on P.E. days only
Navy jacket with white piping and the school crest attached
Navy tracksuit bottoms
White polo shirt (no scalloped edges on collar)
Runners *(runners with white non-marking soles should be bought where

Rings and Earrings
Potentially dangerous jewellery should not be worn in school
The Board of Management, in the interest of health and safety, has decided
that only stud earrings are permitted in school. Under no circumstances will
pupils be permitted to wear drop earrings.

Make up/Hair
Pupils are not permitted to wear any make up in school.
Hair should be neat and tidy.

St. Anne’s N.S. uniform and tracksuit are available from the following shops:
Niall McCaul, Lower Main Street, Bailieborough
P. Finnegan, Lower Main Street, Bailieborough

Please familiarise yourself with the uniform listed above before purchasing your child’s uniform. In that way, confusion and misunderstanding can be avoided.
There is a uniform check in school every day and pupils wearing full uniform are rewarded regularly…at least twice a week.
We salute the commitment/co-operation of parents adhering to our policy on school uniforms and thank you sincerely for your support in this matter.

Please ensure that runners, uniform and other belongings have been labelled with your child’s name.

Please note 'Lost & Found' cannot be facilitated this year. Unidentified/Unclaimed property will be disposed of promptly

May 03
Public Holiday
Jun 07
Public Holiday
Jun 24
Summer Closing
Seachtain na Gaeilge 1st-17th March 2021
World Book Day - 4th March 2021. World Book Day is Ireland’s biggest annual event promoting the enjoyment of books and reading. The main aim is to encourage children to explore the pleasure of books and reading.
Please see advice leaflet attached for the returning of our special classes on Monday 22nd February.
Chapel Rd, Tanderagee, Bailieborough, Co. Cavan, A82 DR53, Ireland.
042 966 5242
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