School Closure: Primary Language Curriculum Day – Sustained Support & WebinarsThe PLC (Primary Language Curriculum) for all four stages of primary school (junior infants to sixth class) was launched in September 2019.The Professional Development Service for Teachers (PDST) in collaboration with the
Please download the form, print and return to the school. playment should be made via Aladdin Uniform Order Form 2022.23
We want to say a huge thank you to all our pupils, parents and guardians (and some grannies as well ) for the tremendous effort everyone put into our first cake sale in nearly three years. Thank you for sending in so many cakes. We raised a staggering €3500 which is probably a new world record for
There are just a few places remaining in the Homework Club which began today. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for more informationAn Application Form is available here
The Scholastic Book Fair is coming back to St. Brigid’s after an absence of three years! It will run from Tuesday May 3rd to Friday 6th. All pupils will visit the fair early next week to select and order a favourite book. The Book Fair is the currently the only source of new stock for the Libra
Homework Club – Final Term 2022For children from 3rd to 6th class, there will be a Homework Club taking place in the St. Brigid’s each afternoon.It will run from Tuesday 3rd of May to Thursday 23rd of June.This Club will run from 2:30pm to 4:00pm each day in Mr. Lowery’s 6th Class.Children must meet
On Friday 29th of April, we are having our first cake sale in over two years!Please send cakes or buns, shop bought or home made into school with the children on Friday. The children will bring the cakes to the hall after the bell rings.Please label any containers that need to be returned with your
A lovely message from Dr. Alex Boychak of St. Luke’s Hospital and @medical_ukraineThe families of St. Brigid’s, Castleknock raised over €16,000 on our blue and yellow day and this has funded a pallet of medicines & equipment for two hospitals in #UkraineWe are very proud of all our teachers, parent
Reminder:School closes at 12 noon for ALL classes tomorrow.Wishing all our families a very happy Easter.
On April 27th, the Accord workshops on relationships and sexuality will take place for 5th class pupils.The 6th class workshops will take place on May 18th.Prior to each talk we will request consent via Aladdin for your child to take part. Accord are also providing an online talk for parents on Ap
On Monday, April the 4th our staggered start and finish to the school day will end at last.School will revert back to the normal hours. The gates will open at 8:40 am and the bell will ring at 8:50am for class.Children should continue to use the same gates to enter and exit.We have supervision at a
The Board of Management completed the review of our Anti Bullying Policy on March 8th 2022CLICK HERE FOR THE POLICY
Our whole school community has been shocked and saddened by the crisis in Ukraine and we are all feeling very helpless as we watch the humanitarian disaster that is unfolding before our eyes. We think in particular of the children of Ukraine and the unimaginable trauma they are experiencing.A group
The government has recommended an end to the public health measures in place in schools from Monday 28th February. We are waiting on clarity and guidance from the Department of Education over the coming days.However in the meantime, from Monday 28th February, the following arrangements will be in pl
The Board of Management of St. Brigid’s National School is pleased to announce that we are now accepting applications for our proposed ASD classes, due to open in September.We have emailed the relevant form to the parents/guardians who have already given us their contact details.If you are intereste
First PenanceMonday March 7th at 1p.m. Ms. Mc Gann’s classTuesday March 8th at 1p.m. Ms. Corry’s classWednesday March 9th at 1p.m. Ms. Walsh’s classThursday March 10th at 1p.m. Ms. Mc Keown’s classFirst CommunionSaturday May 14th at 11a.m. Ms. Mc Gann and Ms. Walsh’s classesSaturday May 21st at
DCU Anti-Bullying Centre and TikTok invite parents to attend a webinar entitled “Anti-Bullying & Online Safety – A Parent’s Guide to TikTok” on Tuesday 15th February at 7.00 pm.You can register via this link: Click Here to Register.This parent webinar links in with the FUSE anti bullying Programm
We want to remind all parents and guardians that mobile phones are not permitted in school even if they are turned off.Smart watches with games and/or internet access or also not permitted as they are very distracting in class.
We wanted to clarify the school closings around St. Patrick’s weekend after the Government announced an additional bank holiday for the 18th of March.The school will now be closed on Thursday, March 17th; Friday, March 18th AND Monday, March 21st. We reopen on Tuesday March 22nd.
A video reminder from the HSE not to send your child to school if they are dipslaying any symptoms of COVID 19 to keep all in our school community safe and well.