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Congratulations David Hawkshaw
03/20/2019

We were delighted to see the Irish Under 20 Rugby Team complete a six nations grand slam with a 26 – 17 win over Wales last week.It’s been nine years since Ireland Under-20s last won a Six Nations title and they have never before won a Grand Slam at this age group.The team is captained by past pupi

Seachtain na Gaeilge
03/15/2019

A huge thank you to Ms. O’Halloran who organised lots of events all week. The hugely popular vouchers in the local shop, a spelling bee, a comhra “Ar Maidin” in lots of classes and the really enjoyable ceoilchoirm today.\

St Patrick’sCelebrations in Room 4
03/15/2019

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Junior Infant Parade: Lá Fhéile Pádraig
03/15/2019

Junior Infants made St. Patrick’s Day hats this week and worked hard to learn the song ‘Lá ‘le Pádraig’.Today they held a parade on the school grounds, with instruments, banners and flags. They wore their hats with pride and sang their hearts out! Beannachtaí na Féile Pádraig daoibh go léir! ]#

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Easter Fun Camp
03/14/2019

Great news ! Mr. Mac Cann’s Easter Camp is returning this year. It will run over the two weeks and forms will be available in the next week or so. Any queries , email info@saintbrigids.ie or send a note in to Mr Mac Cann in 6th class.

School Dance March 23rd
03/01/2019

The annual school dance takes place on March 23rd in the Crowne Plaza Hotel beginning at 7pm with a drinks reception followed by dinner at 8pm. Tickets are €50 each and are on sale in the school reception area at 8:40 a.m .1:30 p.m. and 2:30p.m. all of next week.

Cyber Safety Tips for Parents
03/01/2019

Six ideas for conversation starters1. Talk about what they like doing.Talk about what they like doing online, e.g. what apps they use, what games they play or which YouTubers they follow.2. Ask what they see that they worry about online.Ask what they see that they worry about online and what they wo

Scarlet Fever in 4th Class
02/28/2019

There has been another confirmed case of scarlet fever in 4th class. It is therefore a possibility that children in the 4th classes may have been exposed. Please read the following advice from the HSE.What is scarlet fever? Scarlet fever is a scattered red rash and high temperature caused by bacteri

Important Dates

01avr.
School Book Fair

07avr.
Family Fun Run

12avr.
Close at noon for Easter

At 01:00 pm

15avr.
Easter Holidays

06mai
Closed for 1 day only

13mai
Accord for 5th