History’s fresh look

Aranmore’s refreshed logo and crest

Aranmore’s refreshed logo and crest

Aranmore Catholic Primary’s origins date back to 1903 when it was founded by the Sisters of Mercy. The school take its name from the Arranmore Islands, off the coast of Ireland.

Aranmore’s distinctive crest incorporates the spirit and history of the school, joining the Sisters of Mercy and the Christian Brothers.

“The crest is central to our history and to what we do each day at Aranmore. Our refreshed logo is about giving history a contemporary look and feel while paying respect to the past,” said Aranmore Principal Margaret Williamson.

At the centre of the “A” is a triangle representing God as Trinity, the Three Divine Persons who are one God of Love. In the centre of the triangle is the Celtic Cross, representing Christ as Saviour and the school’s Irish origins. We continue the commitment of those migrants who founded and built the school with meagre resources.