Woodbrook College

          An Edmund Rice School

Student Leadership
in Woodbrook College
Student Leadership
At Woodbrook College, student participation is at the core of our student leadership programme. Student voice and activism is encouraged through the ample student leadership opportunities we offer. Students are encouraged to practice a range of leadership skills in a supportive, learning and social environment.
Extracurricular Activities
A selection of the numerous sports, clubs and other activities on offer to students in Woodbrook College
'The Woodbrook Word'
School Magazine
'The Woodbrook Word'
Introducing the first ever publication of 'The Woodbrook Word'. Written by the students, 'The Woodbrook Word' is the new school magazine for the school and wider community. From feature articles to fun activities, we really hope you enjoy it!

Wicklow-Wexford Champions 2019Woodbrook College Fun Run 2017

Wicklow-Wexford Champions 2019

A hugely impressive win for the 1st Year Soccer Team today as they battled against a resilient Wexford CBS to claim the Wicklow/Wexford Championship. Normal time couldn't separate the teams and it took a late rally in extra-time to seal the victory for this rapidly developing young side.

It took goals from Kayden Clucas, Dylan Fitzpatrick and Liam Mullins in addition to an outstanding save from Adam O'Toole to win the day. The team now march on to the Leinster Champions' League where hopefully more success awaits. 

Mr. Kenny and indeed, the whole school community is extremely proud of their achievements.



Woodbrook College Fun Run 2017

We are a Christian Brother school and have commitment to social justice and to helping others in our community. We organise an annual fun run in Shanganagh Park with the cooperation of the DLRCC to raise funds and build awareness of our connection with all people.
This year we raised €1,500 with the help of the parents, students and staff…this is a huge achievement for such a small school and each member of the community should be extremely proud of their efforts.
The charities and clubs we will be helping this year are the Fr. Peter McVerry Trust which addresses homelessness in Ireland and does incredible work as we approach a cold winter period; the Fields for Life program in Crinken Glen Church which builds wells for our neighbours in Uganda and which has a goal of 1,000 wells by 2019; and finally…the archery club run on our school premises by Sean Butler which brings a great amount of enthusiasm from the students who love it…we shall donate a new bow for the club to use in educating these students from all across Bray.