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WELCOME TO COLÁISTE BHRÍDE CARNEW

Coláiste Bhríde is a modern second level school, equipped to the highest standard under the aegis of Kildare Wicklow Education and Training Board (KWETB). Our school catchment area covers South Wicklow, North Wexford and parts of County Carlow. Our school is committed to the academic and personal achievement of each of our students, in an atmosphere of mutual respect and goodwill.

We endeavour to help students to discover and develop personal talents and to set themselves high standards of achievement and behaviour. When the time comes for our students to leave Coláiste Bhríde we hope that they will look back on their years in school with pride and satisfaction.

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The programmes of study at Coláiste Bhríde have been designed in line with Department of Education and Skills guidelines and with our students’ needs and interests in mind. To that end the subject options available are constantly reviewed and are continuously changing to suit current demands.
The curriculum available at Coláiste Bhríde is based on the syllabus of the Department of Education and Skills. It provides an excellent range of subjects, at all levels in Junior Certificate.
The curriculum available at Coláiste Bhríde is based on the syllabus of the Department of Education and Skills. It provides an excellent range of subjects, at all levels in Leaving Certificate.
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