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Welcome to the St Joseph’s Mercy Secondary School website.

We are a Catholic Mercy School, under the trusteeship of CEIST. Our school is a happy, dynamic and caring place of learning. We are situated in the heart of the community of Navan and currently have an enrolment of over 700 girls.

We hope as that you browse through our site, you will discover the vibrant, inclusive and positive school community that is St Joseph’s. If you would like any further information, please do not hesitate to get in touch with us.

Virtual Tour

Tour our school to see what we have to offer with our Mercy girls as your guides.

Our Foundress

In 1831, Catherine McAuley founded the Sisters of Mercy, a Religious Congregation involved in the care of the poor, the sick and educationally disadvantaged.

Our History

Navan Convent was founded in 1853 by Mother Catherine Atkinson and three Sisters who came from Kells. In 1857 the Sisters moved to Leighsbrook House.

iClass App

Parents and guardians should download our school app to keep up to date with most recent news and events.

Contact Us

Address: Brews Hill, Navan, Co. Meath, C15 HW32. Phone: +353 (0)46 9021830 Fax: +353 (0)469029350 Email: office@mercynavan.ie

Latest News

TY Student Awarded Prosper Award

Well done to Osarhumwense who was awarded the Prosper Meath ‘Making a Difference Award’ 2021.

Student Voice Action Plan

The next steps from our recent Student Voice survey are underway! click ‘read more’ to hear their plans.

Hazel Chu Virtual Visit

Mr McCoy’s TY Politics students were invited to the
Women for Election ‘In Conversation’ series with Dublin Lord Mayor Hazel Chu on May 5th.

TY CSI Workshops

Our TY classes were forensically investigating the JFK assassination today during an highly engaging CSI Workshop Experience on April 29th.

MEP Maria Walsh Virtual Visit

We were delighted to welcome
Maria to Mr McCoy’s TY Politics groups virtually on April 26th to discuss all things activism, feminism, parliamentary life, US politics, future plans and why the Rose of Tralee is not a beauty pageant.

Minister Heather Humphreys Visit

Mr McCoy’s TY Politics students welcomed Minister for Social Protection and Community and Rural Development virtually for a Q&A session on April 12th

COVID Parental Declaration Form

To be completed before return to in-person learning. Click ‘read more’ to complete.

Daffodil Day 2021

Daffodil Day street collections have once again had to be cancelled this year. Click ‘read more’ to support or TY fundraiser.

Wellbeing Pack for Parents

As part of Wellbeing Week, we have launched a digital Resource Pack for Parents. Click ‘read more’ to view.

Child Safeguarding Statement

Our Board of Management recently completed their annual review of our Child Safeguarding Statement, which can be accessed by clicking ‘read more’.

School Transport Applications Open

Applications for school transport are now currently being accepted for the upcoming school year.

Erica Makes Musical Waves!

Well done to 1st year student Erica Moran on recording and releasing her song on the challenges of lockdown. Listen to ‘New Normal’ by clicking ‘read more’

Letter from Minister for Education

Minister Norma Foley has published correspondence relating to the phased reopening of schools. Click ‘Read More’ to access.

Congratulations to our BT Young Scientist Projects!

Best of luck to our three TY groups who have qualified for the BT Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition 2021!