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School Information

All the important information about St Brigid's School



Our school uniform can be purchased from The Warehouse and NZ Uniforms Dunedin. 

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Positive Behaviour 4 Learning 

St Brigid's is a Positive Behaviour 4 Learning school. Creating a culture of support and positivity towards school is so important to a successful education. We use a values based, house points system in which children are rewarded for showing our School Values of Respect, Care and Responsibility. 

Girls (Summer)

Navy Jersey

Catholic Schools Pinafore 

White shirt or polo top

White socks

Black Shoes

Navy blue hair ties, clips  and ribbons


Boys (Summer)

Navy Jersey

Grey Shorts

Grey shirt or polo top 

Grey socks 

Black shoes 


Girls (Winter)

Blue jersey 

Catholic School Pinafore OR Navy track pants

White shirt or skivvy 

Navy tights

Black Shoes 

Navy blue hair ties, clips  and ribbons

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Boys (Winter)

Navy jersey 

Navy track pants

Grey Socks 

Black Shoes 

Sports Uniform

St Brigid’s School sports top (available from NZ Uniforms)

Navy shorts or track pants 

Sports shoes

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Policies and Procedures

An important part of the Board’s governance responsibilities involves setting policies that describe how we expect the school to be run, in order to produce the best outcomes for our students and to fulfil our legal requirements. Please click on the appropriate policy below to view it. These are updated and reviewed regularly.


We are exceptionally proud of our ERO report at St Brigid’s. It cements our belief that children here are provided with an exceptionally high standard of teaching and learning from a close knit, community focused staff who truly care and put their whole heart into teaching our children.


To read our latest ERO report click here 

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MASH Kids 

MASH Kids is an on-site, independently run, before and after school care programme. It operates from 7:30am - 8:30am and 3pm - 6pm Monday to Friday. All facilitators are trained in child protection, disability support, and positive behaviour management.

Community of Learning

The Kāhui Ako or COL (Community of Learning) is made up of the 9 Catholic Primary Schools and our Catholic High School, Trinity College in Dunedin.  It fosters professional development and relationships amongst the school communities with children always at the heart of what we do and strive to achieve.  The Kāhui Ako opens up many different opportunities for tamariki to experience, for example; sports days, cultural events, te reo, science and many more.

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