St. Brendan's Community School

Amber Flag Day 2024

St. Brendan’s C.S. and our Amber Flag Journey

What is the Amber Flag?
The Pieta Amber Flag Initiative recognises the individual efforts of schools, companies and groups to create healthy and inclusive environments that support mental well-being. It unites these groups in their efforts to work together towards a happier, healthier Ireland and eradicates the stigma associated with mental health issues.

St. Brendan’s C.S. and the Amber Flag
In May 2021 St. Brendan's Community School was awarded its very first 'Amber Flag' by Pieta House. The Amber Flag award was presented to St. Brendan's in recognition of our outstanding contribution to health and wellbeing in our school community'.

St. Brendan’s achieved its 4th Amber Flag in May 2024.

At St. Brendan’s we will continue to work to promote positive mental health across our whole school community, and in doing so we will maintain our flag through the process of assessing what the student’s needs are in relation to mental health and planning initiatives that meet those needs. Continuous engage with this process will mean that we renew our Amber Flag annually.

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Well done Damien all at St Brendan’s are so proud of your achievement. Continued success in your studies at NUIG. 

Well done to Lucy Crowley and Eabha McDowall who have given up some of their holiday to travel to Lourdes, as youth helpers with the Killaloe Diocesan Pilgrimage. We know that Eabha and Lucy will represent our school and the Brendan Cluster area with

This article celebrates the incredible World Dancing accomplishments of Lucie Pardy 2nd Year.
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