As in the school Flag Commonly used school emblem
In the middle of the silver white background is a fountain of learning and knowledge where the Brideteens past, present and future drink long and deep. The two little birds representing the young, our Nations "treasured heritage".
On the right of the fountain a dark green leaf of the oak together with acorns bring in the strength and resilience of St. Bridget's together with the prized value of steadfastness.
The shamrock leaf of Irish fame on the left speaks of the founders of the school. The Irish nuns who pioneered the setting up the educational institution St. Bridget's Convent.
The fact that children need guidance and protection emerges from the symbol of the Shepherds' Crook. It is the Good Shepherd who looks after his fold and guides them safely across the path.
In the centre the Sacred Heart of Jesus and Mary proclaim the spirituality on which the school is founded.
The school emblem depicts in essence the heart of the school with the school motto - Gently and Firmly.
- The primary school uniform consists of a low waist white dress with 4 box pleats, 1 1/2" belt and six loops (see pattern below) with monogrammed pocket, white shoes and white socks. (the length of the socks should be at least 6” above the ankle). Under garments worn should be white.
- The school tie should be worn only for school functions and special days e.g. sports meet, prize giving. etc.
- Two piggy tails to be tied for hair below ear level, hair below shoulder level should be platted. The accessories to tie the hair should be black hair bands and a green ribbon over it. No fancy items are permitted to be worn – (fancy hair clips, bobbles, bangles, etc.)
The colour that predominates is green the symbol of freshness and vitality together with the gold and white the colours of the Irish flag gives the finishing touch to the emblem of St. Bridget's Convent.