The PTA invites all parents of our new Junior Infants to attend a coffee morning on Friday September 30th in the school sports hall from pam-10.30am.
A fantastic model of the Titanic built by Joey in Room 34.
Our Garden classrooms are open. Thank you To the SET team, SNAs, cleaners and Mr. Ivers for all the hard work. Welcome to our 12. ew pupils and their parents and guardians.
Sixth class Room 32 attended a virtual classroom workshop delivered by MoLi (Museum of Literature, Ireland). It was a creative and inspiring session in which the children discussed language, the function of museums, James Joyce and Ulysses. They were also shown a behind-the-scences look at MoLi.
What a beautiful day to welcome everyone back to school!
We want to congratulate three outstanding and inspirational past pupils who were in the news this week.Sarah Hawkshaw playing for Ireland in the Hockey World Cup recently.Jack Barrett who ran in the 400m mixed relay and finished 8th in the World Finalsand St. Brigid’s GAA captain, Catherine O’Reill
Last May, Mr. Lowery and his class made a video showing how the new Activ Panels were used in our school. He submitted a shorter clip to the Promethean Classroom Stories competition, which invites schools across the UK and Ireland to share their most inspiring stories.This week, Mr. Lowery was delig
Mrs Stokes received a wonderful surprise in the. post this week…a certificate of merit from the Texaco Art Competition for Claire Feely. Claire pictured above with her certificate is in Senior Infants and was the only winner this year. Well done Claire !
The children in 5th class Room 28 had a wonderful school tour to Croke Park and Dublinia, take a look at some photos below.
A huge congratulations to the Fifth and Sixth class Green School representatives who succeeded in getting funding from Fingal County Council to install a Crystal Clear Water Bottle Filler in our school reception area. The eight members wrote a persuasive letter to Fingal County Council outling the s
Well done to all the Green School representatives from First class, Second class, Third class and Fourth class who, along with some wonderful pupils from Fifth class ROom 27, have been using our new litter pickers to keep the yards tidy and free of litter this term.They were such an enthusiastic gro
Yesterday our four lovely 6th classes graduated from St. Brigid’s. The ceremony was held in the hall. Representatives from each class read a poem composed by their classmates to celebrate their time together.Ms. Fay spoke about how remarkable their journey from Junior Infants was, showing them a sl
The children from both Room 2 & 26 had a lovery Summer scavenger hunt on Monday on the Church green. The girls and boys had great fun working with their buddy readers to find lots of different summer objects.
Ms. Scanlon’s Junior Infants and their Fifth class buddies in Ms. Fay’s class went on a summer scavenger hunt around the Church green today. Everyone enjoyed the activity and left with smiles on their faces.
We were very proud to hear that several of our pupils played in the Dublin Handball finals last weekend.The U11 boys final was an interesting affair with great friends Daire and Seán playing against each other. It was a tight match with Seán coming out on top on this occasion. Daire’s hot on his hee
After a long silence of two years we would like to introduce our newly formed St. Brigid’s NS Senior Choir.They would like to share their recording of a beautiful song, ‘A Little Peace’.It is hard to believe they only started practising a short few weeks ago!
Well done to all our 6th class pupils who ran a fantastic cake sale today. Our thanks to the parents, guardians and pupils who brought in so many cakes in aid of Make a Wish Ireland.
A few snaps from the 2nd class Teddy Bear’s Picnic today
Ms Fay’s 5th class buddies helped Ms Scanlon’s Junior Infants to celebrate their Teddy Bear day. Then they went to the Church Green to have a very enjoyable teddy bears’ picnic in the sun.
Another exciting day for Room 27 was when Killian Molloy from Cricket Leinster shared the new game of TABLE CRICKET with the class! Everyone enjoyed getting an opportunity to play this new game. Lots of fantastic ‘batting’ and ‘bowling’ skills were on display!
The morning drizzle today didn’t dampen the spirits of the Junior and Senior Infants. The 6th class prepared the church green and then it was time to begin. With over 220 children, the 6th class helpers were busy ensuring everyone had a turn at every event. We had the long jump, hula hoops, a parach
Over the course of two glorious afternoons this week, 160 pupils from 4th & 5th class took park in a football blitz in St.Brigid’s GAA club. As there were no Cumann na mBunscoil matches for this age group this year, the teachers were delighted to organise this event so that the children could enjoy
Some great fun was had by all our Junior Infant pupils on Wednesday for their Sports Day on the Church Green. Thanks to the pupils and teachers from 6th class for all their help.Here are some photos from the children in Room 4. Some great fun was had by all our Junior Infant
The children in 4th class Room 24 were working with speed and pulleys recently with the Lego WeDo 2.0 materials. they investigated how changing the wheels, adding weighted bricks, changing the pulleys etc. might affect the speed and movement of their racing car. They also added motion sensors to con