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St Ronan's Primary and Nursery School, Lisnaskea, Enniskillen
St Ronan's Primary and Nursery School, Lisnaskea, Enniskillen



Book - this representing the learning which takes place here every day. The pages are blank so that every child has his / her own story to write of their time at St Ronan's PS.

Music - St Ronan's has had a strong tradition of music in the past. This is currently being revived with the formation of a school choir and ceili band.

Hurley - This represents the culture of Gaelic Games in the school and links with the GAA. Gaelic football is part of the curriculum and all pupils are encouraged to develop their skills and work as part of a team.

Dove - this represents the Holy Spirit, our helper and guide. The Holy Spirit is powerful in all our lives, moving us to become better Christians and to respect everyone around us.

The cross which divides the four quadrants represents Jesus being central in our lives and at the heart of our school. The Catholic ethos permeates all aspects of school life.

The name of the school is etched on banners above and below the crest in a burgundy colour - the current colour of our school uniform.

The quadrants are coloured green and red - a link to our local GAA club Lisnaskea Emmetts.