St. Colman’s National School is a rural school situated in the village of Ballindaggin, Co. Wexford which lies in the picturesque foothills of Mount Leinster 12km from the towns of Enniscorthy and Bunclody.
It is a mixed school and has a current enrollment of 127 pupils. Given its geographical location the greater part of students from St. Colman’s NS go on to secondary school in the town of Bunclody with the majority attending the FCJ. The remaining pupils either move on to one of the other schools in Bunclody or Enniscorthy.
Within the school there are five Mainstream Class Teachers, two Special Education Teachers and three Special Needs Assistants.