Welcome to Loreto Secondary School, Wexford


Billy O’Shea (Principal) Christine O’Reilly (Deputy Principal)

We welcome you to Loreto Secondary School, Wexford and express the hope that this website will provide you with important information about our school.

A number of core principles and values determine the ethos, spirit and practices in our school, as follows: We are Christian educators who aim to communicate to our students by word and by deed what it means to be a fully human person in the light of Christ.

We aim to work in a spirit of close co-operation with each girl’s home as we take a shared responsibility for her overall formation and development.

Latest News


21 October 2016

Industrial action

As of today, members of the Association of Secondary Teachers, Ireland (ASTI) have indicated that they will be on strike on Thursday, 27 October 2017 as they are in dispute at a national level with the Department of Education and Skills. Should this strike proceed, the school will be closed to students on the day in question.


14 October 2016

Students’ Council

The Students’ Council is very active already this year. Members have had their “bonding day” as well as a series of meetings with the liaison teacher, Ms. J. Byrne. They will shortly participate in the annual Comhairle na nÓg and will travel to Dublin next week to join council members from other Loreto schools nationwide in a special training day.


7 October 2016

School news in brief 

  • All 1st year parents are invited to a Cheese and Wine Reception in the school at 7.00 p.m. on Tuesday, 11 October organised by the Parents’ Council. This informal gathering gives parents the opportunity to meet each other and to get to know some members of the Parents’ Council.
New School Building

30 September 2016

School news in brief

  • Work on our new school at Pembroke Hill is progressing very well. Pile foundations are being worked on at present as well as site clearance. It is expected that foundations will be poured very soon after which it will not be long before the new school will be seen rising from the ground. Regular meetings are being held between the builders, project managers and the Board of Management.



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