Latest News

Open Night is Thursday 4th January at 7.30pm!

St. Pat's Open day is on Thursday 21st January at 12.30pm - All Welcome!!

St. Pat's was presented with the 1916 Proclamation and Tricolour on January 13th! 

U-11 Olympic Handballers are County Champions!!!

Christmas preparations well under way in St. Pat's!!

First Holy Communion set for 30th April, 2016

Confirmation set for 21st May, 2016

Science to the fore for science week!!

Fire Brigade show boys importance of fire safety

St. Pat's runners do school proud at cross country

6th class boys enjoy visit to city museum

Halloween fundraiser a huge success

Congratulations to the Galway Minor Hurlers and hard luck to the seniors!

Have a great summer everyone!! School will reopen for second class pupils on Wednesday 26th August

St. Pat's has a new Facebook and Twitter page. Like and follow @stpatsgalway

Gaelic team into County semi-final after beating Clarinbridge and Moycullen

2nd Class boys make their First Confession

New Parents' Association busy at work!

Volunteers sought for school library

School soccer team are County Galway Runners-up!

St. Pat's win Galway debating title for 3rd year is a row!!

School table quiz a huge success!!

The school debating team is into the county final!

School handballers win some gold and silver medals!

Mayor of Boston, Marty Walsh, visited St. Pat's!



Contact Details

Phone: (091) 568707


Principal Danny Whelan:

Parents Association: Martina Jordan,
St. Pat's Open Night is on Thursday 4th February at 7.30pm. All are welcome!

Click on the link below to see a video of the amazing activities that take place in our school!


1916 Proclamation and Tricolour Presentation

St. Pat's are County Galway u-11 Olympic Handball Champions.....again!!!!

St. Pat's, A School of Excellence

St. Pat’s is a large City Centre Boys’ Primary School catering for boys from 2nd to 6th classes. The catchment of the school covers the whole of Galway City and neighbouring townlands and villages.

The School prides itself on poviding a safe and happy environment where students can learn, play and reach their full potential. The highly skilled staff present a balanced and relevant curriculum suitable to the child’s needs and do so by employing approaches and methodologies that tap into the child’s sense of wonder and natural curiosity.

Pupils are constantly encouraged and affirmed and the dignity and uniqueness of each child is given a high priority.


St. Pat’s second level school is St. Joseph’s College (“The Bish”) in Nuns’ Island.  The majority of Pat’s boys transfer there when they have completed their primary schooling. 





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