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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.

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4th Class visit Le Chéile for Food Science workshop
4th Class visit Le Chéile for Food Science workshop
4th Class visit Le Chéile for Food Science workshop
3rd class visit our local Super Valu!
3rd class visit our local Super Valu!
3rd class visit our local Super Valu!
Coding/Lego in 4th class
Coding/Lego in 4th class
Coding/Lego in 4th class
Learnit Lego Workshops!
Learnit Lego Workshops!
Learnit Lego Workshops!
5th class trip to the Jeanie Johnston
5th class trip to the Jeanie Johnston
5th class trip to the Jeanie Johnston
Choir record a Christmas Album!
Choir record a Christmas Album!
Choir record a Christmas Album!
4th Class visit Le Chéile for Food Science workshop

The girls from 4th & 5th classes got to experience 'Foodoppi's Molecular Gastronomy Edible Science Show' in Le Chéile during Science week. Foodoppi presented "Eat your Science" hosted by Celebrity Chef Louise Lennox and Food Scientist Aisling Larkin. The exciting, fast paced science and food show gave the children an opportunity to see food become experiments they could eat. It also enabled the children to explore chemical reactions and physical changes of food. unlocking the science secrets, amazing their eyes and tastebuds! A traditional fruit salad was redesigned using the knowledge of hydrocolloids and the world of renowned molecular gastronomy techniques to make fruit spaghetti, yogurt spheres and cook with one of the coldest liquids on the planet, liquid nitrogen. 

The girls had an amazing time, getting to explore food, flavour and science! 

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4th Class Food Science workshop

3rd class visit our local Super Valu!

The girls in Ms.McKenna's 3rd class visited our local Super Valu in Killester this morning. They learned about the importance of nutrition, eating a balanced diet and living a healthy lifestyle. The girls were guided through the bakery and the fresh food produce and lots more. They got to sample some healthy foods too and were also very grateful to have received a goody bag full of healthy pieces!

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3rd Class Super Valu Visit

Coding/Lego in 4th class

The children in 4th class had great fun using lego WeDo construction sets and laptops to programme a crocodile to open and close its mouth. The girls learned lots about following instructions and how coding works. They worked in groups and were challenged to complete the task set. They used motors and sensors to move their creation. It was a big hit in the classes and immensely enjoyed by all!

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 Lego & Coding 4th Class

Learnit Lego Workshops!

Our Senior Infant and 2nd classes had lots of fun participating in our Learnit Lego workshops earlier today!

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Lego Workshops

5th class trip to the Jeanie Johnston

Our two 5th classes made the trip into the docklands on Fri nov 17th to tour the historic Jeanie Johnston Tall Ship. The tour involved getting a sense of the experience of the millions of people who crossed the Atlantic Ocean in tall ships, seeking survival and hope in the "New World".

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5th Class Famine Ship Trip

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. 

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Choir Recording Christmas Album

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Nov 23
Thank you @SuperValuIRL, Killester. 3rd Class learned lots about healthy food choices on their visit today 🥔 https://t.co/B25YO1Ydax
Nov 23
Day 2 of our book fair ! https://t.co/lfCH5zSTD2
Nov 16
Our choir busy recording their Christmas Album today which will be available to buy in the school next month! Looki… https://t.co/05XcKHQDhP

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St. Brigids Road,

Killester,

Dublin 5

 

Contact

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