We are holding our annual Open Day on Thursday, 6th October from 3pm-5pm. Fifth and Sixth class primary school pupils are warmly invited to come along to meet our Principal Mary Kelleher, Deputy Principal Elaine Dillon, our staff and students. We will be happy to guide you through our many
School Payments Details Click on the student’s year group for the year 2022-2023 below to see a list of payments due for the new school year. Please note that ALL payments must be made through the SHOP section of the school app. These payments can be spread over four equal
J SUBJECT TITLE PUBLISHER Religion To be decided in September Irish Higher Level – Fiuntas – New Edition (for students certain they will be taking Higher Level) EDCO Ordinary Level – Fuinneamh – New Edition (for students certain they will be taking Ordinary Level) EDCO Students who are undecided can
1st Years 2nd Years 5th Years LCA 1st Years 2nd Years 5th Years LCA Examinations instructions for students. All students: You must leave your bags at the top of the class. You may only have the requirements for the exam in progress with you, AND a book to study for
Thank you everyone who came to The Wiz on Friday night but were unable to enjoy the production due to the sound issues that occurred. The rescheduled performance of The Wiz is confirmed for Monday, 16th May at 7:30pm. We will be delighted to welcome you back again. Your Friday
“You Are Not Alone“, a short film produced by ten of our 4th year students has been shortlisted in the Secondary School Short Film Category for the Walk in My Shoes, “Frame of Mind” short film competition. Walk in My Shoes is an initiative of St. Patrick’s mental health service.
By Faith Hurley Recently in our school, I campaigned to highlight period poverty. This is to make students aware of period poverty and to try prevent it from happening in our school. Period poverty is when there is a lack of access to sanitary products, menstrual hygiene education, toilets, hand