This video was made to show people what life is like for Vincent and his family after a devastating diagnosis of Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy.https://t.co/9MqUR6RPU2If you are on twitter please share and follow @stbrigidsns or the appeal @victory4vincent
The Victory4Vincent Ball took place last Saturday night and was a fantastic night. We are grateful to the Crowne Plaza for the fantastic food and to the fundraising committee who worked tirelessly over the last few months organising this event.On the night, Vincent’s parents, Vivien and Alan spoke m
Ist class dressed up in green today for Seachtain na Gaeilge . They also had a visit from an older class and teamed up in pairs to share their comhra .
Pre-match team talk for the 6th class soccer team before their first game of the season today.They played well but lost 5-2 to a strong Donabate side in the Cup.League starts after Easter.
We are delighted to announce that St. Brigid’s Senior Choir won the School Choir of the Year award this evening in the RDS. We want thank all the pupils who took part today for all their hard work and dedication. It wasn’t easy missing all those lunchtime games and coming in before school but to
Mr. O’Donoghue’s 4th class have been working with the WeDo 2.0 Lego Science materials over the last few weeks as part of their STEM block. They have been working on guided and open projects involving building, using sensors, programming etc.Take a look at their work in the video below.
We have had two women Presidents in Ireland. Do you know who they are ? Click their images for more information. Do you know any other women world leaders ?Reading List for ages 5 – 12
Mr. Lowery’s class today featured four Harry Potters, Shrek, Charlie Bucket, Katniss Everdeen, Peeta, Spy Kid, Pippi Longstocking, Little Red Riding Hood, Gangsta Granny and Miranda from Wonder with her dyed hair!Ms. Dillon’s Senior Infants featured lots of books, costumes and teddies.Ms Murray’s cl
” The Dr. Croke Cup is the trophy presented to the winner of the All Ireland Secondary Schools Senior “A” hurling championship. Since 1944 however, it is the pinnacle of colleges hurling to win the “Dr. Croke Cup”, named after Thomas Croke, Archbishop of Cashel in whose honour Croke Park is also nam
We loved this snowman who stood guard at the school gate in case any teachers tried to sneak in to the school during the snow days !
Take a look at the digital art created by Ms. McGovern’s class over the last few weeks.The children have been working with a variety of digital tools and online software to create digital art over the last few weeks. The worked in pairs to learn about using a mouse and a keyboard, creating 2d shapes
World Book Day.Thursday March 8th.Dear Parents/Guardians,As our plans for World Book Day last Thursday, 1st March, didn’t go ahead due to the snow, we thought we might hold it this Thursday, 8th March, instead. Children are being asked to either dress up as a character from a book or have a teddy dr
Unfortunately due to circumstances beyond our control, the Victory4Vincent Ball on Saturday March 3rd has been postponed. The decision was made by the hotel for safety reasons. The event has been rescheduled for March 10th, just one week later. Whilst it is extremely disappointing for all involved e
In accordance with the health and safety guidelines of the DES , we will adhere to the red alert and remain closed until Monday March 6th .The school dance is still scheduled to go ahead on March 3rd.As there is now a red alert in place for Dublin, our school will be closed today, Wednesday . We wil
We were delighted to hear this week that Roisin Kirby won the Dublin handball trials last weekend and will now be representing our school on the Dublin U11 handball team in the Leinster Championships. Congratulations Roisin on this great achievement.Anyone interested in playing handball can go down
Mr Lowery sent a few pictures from todays Cross Country Meet in Porterstown. Fifty children from 3rd to 6th took part and they had a really successful day. Dermot Collins ran a great race and came home in 1st place . All competitors earned valuable points for the school team .
As part of Engineers Week 2018, Ms. McDonagh’s 5th class completed a ‘sturdy tower’ challenge.Their challenge was to build a sturdy tower in their groups that was strong enough to hold a stack of textbooks! The children worked in groups of four to plan, build and test their design, working as engine
Take a look at some photos and videos of the robotic challenges completed by Ms. O’Neill’s 5th class as part of their recent STEM block.
Here is a list of the songs all First Classes are learning this year. We thought they might enjoy singing them at home for their parents.I. Can’t Stop Tapping My Feethttp://saintbrigids.ie/wp/brigids/wp-content/uploads/sites/11/2018/02/01-I-Cant-Stop-Tapping-My-Feet.m4a2. Winnie the Witchhttp://sai
As part of our local history week, Mr. Mac Cann’s class cut out a photo of every child in the school and this amazing collage.
As you are aware Ms. N. Fay’s class are taking part in the Young Entrepreneurs program this year. They are very excited that after months of planning and designing many prototypes , they have chosen to produce some very innovative bookmarks. These bookmarks feature a really unusual circular design
The children in 3rd class have been working with coding activities using studiocode.org in recent weeks.The activities have included learning to drag and drop, creating a maze, debugging, sequencing activities, creating loops, creating stories etc. All activities are pair programming activities wh
We were very so proud to see two of our pupils, Mia amd Amy launch the mini marathon “onein1000” appeal on Monday last.Cystic Fibrosis Ireland want to recruit 100 teams of 10 people each to take part in the women’s mini-marathon in Dublin on June 3rd. Once registered to take part in the @VhiWMM, pa
The teachers all had a fun afternoon today learning about Minecraft Education and lots of iPad uses in the classroom.