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St. Brigid's GNS was established by the Holy Faith Sisters in 1928 to cater for the educational needs of the children of Killester parish and the surrounding area. The school supports the principles of

"inclusiveness, equality of access and participation in the school and respect for
diversity of values, beliefs, traditions, languages
and ways of life in society"

We are committed to nurturing the Catholic faith through religious education, preparation for the sacraments and through the ethos of the school. The ethos is demonstrated through respect shown for each person in the school - pupils, members of staff, parents and visitors. We value our relationship with parents and the community and we are committed to working in partnership with all involved in the education process so as the best interests of each child are catered for.

Latest News

Choir record a Christmas Album!
Choir record a Christmas Album!
Choir record a Christmas Album!
Science Week 2017
Science Week 2017
Science Week 2017
Waste Workshop for 3rd class
Waste Workshop for 3rd class
Waste Workshop for 3rd class
Our green team plant lots of trees!
Our green team plant lots of trees!
Our green team plant lots of trees!
Halloween bake sale & costumes
Halloween bake sale & costumes
Halloween bake sale & costumes
5th class bring Hogwarts to St.Brigid's!
5th class bring Hogwarts to St.Brigid's!
5th class bring Hogwarts to St.Brigid's!
Choir record a Christmas Album!

Our choir had a very busy day today recording their Christmas Album. The girls sang many of our Christmas favourites! A big thank you to the teachers involved, Rodney and Kevin who helped out with the recording.

Well done to Fiona Rose, Arianna and Jules whose drawings were chosen to create the CD cover. We cannot wait to see and hear the finished product!

The Christmas CD will be available to purchase in the school from December 18th. It can also be purchased before and after the Christmas Carol Service which takes place in St. Brigid's Church, Killester on Tuesday 19th December at 7pm. Funds raised from the Christmas album will go towards school improvements. 

Click on the image below to view more photographs from the recording session.. 

Choir Recording Christmas Album

Science Week 2017

Science Week Ireland runs this week and we have some exciting events running in the school to celebrate it. Pupils in Senior Infants, 2nd class, 4th class and 6 class will participate in Learn it Lego workshops. Lots of girls from 4th, 5th and 6th classes will present Science projects in the school hall as part of the Intel Mini Scientist competition. Ms. Hayes 3rd class travelled to a WEEE workshop on 'Waste' last week. Well done to all the pupils from Ms.Concannon's 4th class who have been selected to participate in the Primary Science Awards in the RDS in January 2018. 

Ms.Delany's 6th class carried out some experiments 'Floating paper clips' and 'Lava Lamps'. Click on the image below to view more photographs.. 

 Science Week 2017

Some 'Hair Raising' experiments in Ms.Delany's 6th Class. Also 'Hoop Gliders' in action and Zoe's 'Fabulous Brain'! Click on the image below to view more photographs...

Hair Raising Experiments In 6th

Ms.McMullens' 4th class had lots of fun during Science week. Click on the image below to view more photographs.. 

 4th Class science Experiments

Waste Workshop for 3rd class

The pupils in Ms.Hayes 3rd class  travelled to the Rediscovery Centre to participate in a Waste workshop, organised by WEEE Ireland. The girls investigated what waste is, how much we produce and how waste is managed. The workshop examined the issue of electronic waste and communicated best practice. Students were encouraged to explore ideas on waste reduction, reuse and recycling, through discussion and interactive activities. The workshop featured a range of hands-on activities promoting reusing and recycling waste materials.

 Click on the photograph below to view more images from the trip.. 

 Waste Workshop

Our green team plant lots of trees!

The girls on our Green Team had a busy morning on Tuesday November 7th as they helped plant 50 small trees in our school garden! A group of volunteers from Experian, a local community who kindly donated the trees, visited the school and worked with the committee members to plant the trees. Noel, our caretaker, was also there to lend a helping hand. Everyone did a great job and we look forward to seeing the trees grow over the years to come.

Click on the image below to view photographs of the tree planting... 

Green team Plant Trees!

Halloween bake sale & costumes

Our last day of school before midterm break was full of fang-tastic and spook-tacular costumes! All of the classes dressed up and visited the 6th class annual bake-sale. The bake-sale was a huge success and the girls put in great efforts baking and preparing in the days leading up to the event. All money raised will be donated to St.Francis Hospice, Raheny. 

Click on the image below to view more photographs from the day.. 

 Halloween Bakesale&costumes

5th class bring Hogwarts to St.Brigid's!

Ms.O'Donovan's 5th Class got into the Halloween spirit when displaying their magically made Hogwarts castles to the rest of the school. The girls put in a huge amount of effort to make the castles using different materials. All of the classes came to see the castles in the school hall in what was a spectacular exhibition! Well done girls!

Click on the image below to view more photographs.. 

 Hogwarts comes to St.Brigids!

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Dublin 5

 

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Email: info@stbrigidsgns.ie
Telephone: +353 (1) 831 5138