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St Oliver Plunkett School Primary School and Nursery 9 Laragh Road, Beragh, Omagh


Welcome to the website for St Oliver Plunkett PS and Nursery Unit. 

Thank you for taking the time to visit our website and we I hope that you are able to learn more about the life of our school community through your visit.  Our school motto is 'Caring, Sharing & Learning Together,' and we aim to live this out every day.  The children, staff, parents and governors form a vibrant school community which offers all the children a happy and caring learning environment.  Our website aims to give you the latest news, upcoming events and show you the experiences which our pupils enjoy.

Whilst this website can give you a glimpse of many aspects of our school life, if you wish to find out more or even see around our school and nursery unit, please make contact - you will be assured of a warm welcome.

Kind regards

Barry Conroy




5th Jun 2024
The children of P7, along with staff members Mr Conroy & Miss Corrigan, spent...
22nd May 2024
Well done to both our boys’ and girls’ teams who took part today in their...
12th Apr 2024
Congratulations to all who took part in the West Tyrone Feis Poetry competitions...
8th Apr 2024
Well done to the KS2 boys who have been successful in the various recent Tyrone GAA...
22nd Mar 2024
🚲 This week we were taking part in the SusTrans Big Walk/Wheel to School challenge...

Safeguarding Inspection

The school's most recent inspection was a Safeguarding inspection which was held in October 2017. Three members of the Education Training Inspectorate (ETI) visited the school and looked at all the policies and procedures relating to Safeguarding and Child Protection. They spoke with the Principal and Designated Child Protection Teacher and to the Year 6 pupils, as well as with members of our Board of Governors.

Whilst they were unable to see the outworking of these policies within the school (due to industrial action short of strike action), they were able to comment on what they had looked at.

In summary, they found that the school’s paperwork presented was meticulous, and that all relevant policies were up to date. They noted that the school had appropriately identified areas in which it wished to develop further.

ETI felt the pupils were respectful and very happy at school, noting that the pupils spoke very highly of the school and its teachers, and that they knew who to go to if they had a problem.

They felt the representatives of the school’s Board of Governors were highly skilled in their role and in their knowledge of school improvement.

In conclusion, ETI felt our school was a very warm and welcoming place.



Catholic Schools - Delivering for Communities

You are invited to read this paper (link below) which articulates the future vision of Catholic Education, its ethos, and values.

The Catholic school sector is an exemplar of service delivery which continues to address the key educational challenges of our time and improve outcomes for children and young people.  As a Catholic School, we believe that we have much to contribute to the creation of a high-achieving, inclusive education system in Northern Ireland that cherishes diversity.

Catholic Schools - Delivering for Communities.pdf