A great day out at the Santry Races.














5th Classes have been investigating if various liquids are acids or bases.


A huge congratulations to our wonderful Spelling Bee who came 7th overall in the Dublin Final.









5th class dressed in blue to raise awareness of Autism.










Ms. Harvey’s Class have been learning about India and the girls made a Chicken Korma before the Easter holidays.

Looks delicious!
















The Beast from the East provided some interesting learning opportunities.

Ms. Harvey’s Class gathered snow and tested to see which insulators keep the snow frozen for the longest time.


















Ms. Harvey’s 5th Class have been using meter sticks to measure the perimeter of various pieces of classroom furniture.
























5th Classes visited the Botanic Gardens on Tuesday, 13th of February and participated in a ‘Delve Deeper’ workshop in which the girls looked at berries, leaves and fruits under the microscope and then went on a tour of the gardens. This ties in closely with the Biodiveristy Green Flag.





















Ms. Heeney’s Class have been busy making St. Bridget’s Crosses.

They look fantastic!








We were delighted to welcome Lauren McGee from the Dublin Ladies Team along with the Brendan Martin Cup.








5th classes showcased their talents at the Happy Concert to mark the end of Music and Art Week.


Project Work on Polar Animals and Tom Crean by Ms. Heeney’s Class.



‘The Dot That Grew….’ by Ms. Harvey’s Class





















Ms. Harvey’s Class have been completing the ‘Outdoor and Adventure’ aspect of the P.E. Curriculum.

Looks like so much fun!
















Bhí rang Ms. Harvey ag déanamh rólimirt i nGaeilge bunaithe ar an téama ‘An Caife’.

Maith Sibh!



Winter Eco-Safari


Ms. Shovlin’s 2nd Class and Ms. Harvey’s 5th Class went on an eco-safari to the local park on Tuesday, 30th of January. The students brought pooters and magnifying glasses and found mini beasts and flowers. Even though the weather was cold the students had great fun and found ladybirds, spiders, worms and slugs. Crocuses and daffodils are beginning to make an appearance too.









Well done to Ms. Harvey’s Class who participated in the RDS Primary Science Fair on Thursday, 11th of January with a project which investigated where the most germs are in the school. Weather forecaster Evelyn Cusack gave some wonderful feedback to the girls on the day.

Keep up the good work!








5th Class were wonderful in the Christmas Concert, they blew us away with their wonderful songs and harmonies.


Fifth Classes loved to see Sam Maguire in the school.






5th Class are really enjoying Science Club.

It looks wonderful!








Ms. Heeney’s Class have been doing great work preparing their Christmas Shoeboxes- bringing such joy to children on the other side of the world.

Well done girls!








Ms.Harvey’s Class made fantastic monsters from recycled materials. They look brilliant!






Can you spot any 5th class students in their Biodiversity Costumes?






5th classes had some great projects on display for the Science Fair including;

  1. Help We are Shrinking
  2. Where in the School are the Most Germs
  3. Drinks for Twinkling Teeth


Well done girls!






The Bake Sale was a huge success.

Many thanks to 5th and 6th classes for their hard work selling the goods.




Ms. Heeney’s Class entertained the assembly with their dances for Friendship Week. The other classes sang along to ‘Count on Me’ and ‘Everything is Awesome’ from the Lego Movie as they girls danced.