Scoil Éanna is geographically and educationally at the centre of the Parish of Tullycorbet and it underpins all aspects of our communal life. We are a Catholic, co-educational school under the patronage of the Bishop of Clogher, Joseph Duffy.
“Children are our future” and our mission is to promote this aspiration. We strive to provide a well-ordered, caring, safe and happy learning environment where the spiritual, intellectual, physical, moral and cultural needs of all children are recognised and addressed so that all may grow and develop to attain their individual destinies.
To achieve all of the above it is important to recognise the partnership between management, staff, parents and our parish community. The school’s Board of Management has the responsibility and duty to oversee and implement all curricular, legislative and educational directives while having regard for the already established and accepted Christian ethos.
The school staff sees it as their responsibility, through their professional interactions, to promote all aspects of the school ethos. Our school recognises also that the individual and collective professional and personal development of teachers is a duty of care and consideration.
Parental involvement is never undervalued or underestimated. It is the Parents’ Association’s role to reflect both the needs and wants of the general parent body. This duty must also be cognisant of our Christian ethos.
Our school is at the centre of the social, religious and cultural fabric of this community. Our school motto “Déan do dhícheall” – “Do your best” – reflects our understanding and awareness of this fact. “Excellence is never a given – it must always be aspired to!”