Our Staff

This September 2022 there were 211 pupils enrolled in Glebe National School. On staff we have an Administrative Principal, 8 Mainstream Teachers, 4 full-time and 1 part-time Special Education Teacher, 1 part time EAL teacher, 2 full-time and 1 part-time Special Needs Assistant and a school Secretary. We have a wonderful staff and you can be assured of our full co-operation and commitment at all times.

Let me introduce our staff members and should you have any query or concerns at any time please feel free to come and talk to us.

(Picture taken 2021)

Back Row from left to right:
Ms. Jane Power; Mrs. Wendy O’Donoghue; Mrs Grainne Mannion; Mr David Henderson; Mr. Philip Thompson; Mrs. Aline Atkinson; Ms. Leanne Bryan; Mrs Corinna Collins; Mrs. Joy Myler

Front Row from left to right: Ms. Amanda Vogan; Ms. Jennie Morrison; Mrs. Mary Corkish; Ms. Sandra Bryan; Mrs. Orla Gregan; Mrs. Jane Evans; Mrs. Valerie Carson; Ms. Cheryl Marry

Our Current Staff 2022

  • Principal – Ms. Sandra Bryan
  • Junior Infants – Mrs. Orla Gregan (Deputy Principal)
  • Senior Infants – Mr. Philip Thompson
  • First class – Ms. Jane Power
  • Second class – Ms. Amanda Vogan
  • Third class – Ms. Leanne Bryan
  • Fourth class – Mrs. Aline Atkinson
  • Fifth class – Mr. David Henderson
  • Sixth class – Ms. Jennie Morrison

  • Special Education Teachers
    • Mrs. Wendy O’Donoghue
    • Mrs. Valerie Carson
    • Ms. Jane Evans (On Leave)
    • Mrs. Joy Myler
    • Mr. Ray Byrne
    • Ms. Sadhbh McKenna (EAL)
  • Special Needs Assistant
    • Gráinne Mannion
    • Cheryl Marry
    • Corinna Collins
  • School Secretary – Mrs. Mary Corkish
  • Caretaker – Peter Galligan

Educational Assessment

An Educational Psychologist is available annually to carry out Educational Assessments on children who we believe are not making reasonable progress. Parents are consulted and permission is always sought before this is done.

Special Education Needs:

Should your child have additional needs he/she may benefit from extra support from our special education team. Early identification of learning difficulties is key and therefore all children are regularly screened through the administration of standardised and observational assessments. Parental consultation and support is a vital aspect of the continuum of support.

We hope your child’s years spent in Glebe National School will be extremely happy and will help him/her to grow in all that is positive and good.