Gardening with the Tidy Towns

Pupils from the Garden Class were delighted to be joined by students from 6th class today on the church green to plant some lovely flowers and plants in a special sensory section on the Church Green. 

Margaret from the Castleknock Tidy Towns Association was onhand to provide expert guidance and assistance as to where each plant might grow best.

They planted rosemary, sage, lavender, heather, a scented yellow rose, a  large Poppy and a variety of carnations.


May 20th Communion

Pupils from three of our classes made their communion on Saturday in a beautiful ceremony. They were prepared by Ms.Keane, Ms. Mc Keown and Mr. MacCann. Afterwards there was tea, cake and treats in the Sports Hall for everyone. Our thanks to Fr. Damien, Fr.Denis, Olive, and Mary for making the ceremony so special, to Rosie and the PTA for the lovely refreshments and our caretaker Mr. Ivers for preparing the hall.  Congratulations to all the boys and girls.

4th Camogie

The 4th class camogie team had their first training session this afternoon in glorious sunshine in Russell Park.

The girls will be training and playing some matches over the next number of weeks. Between the 4th, 5th and 6th class girls, camogie is alive and well in St.Brigids!

President Biden

The girls from St. Brigids GAA  ( including many of our pupils )were very lucky to play a camogie demonstration for a special visitor in Farmleigh today.  What a great photo to treasure !

Sorch Joyce
Anna Spollen
Ali Woods
Leah Bowe
Hayden Maher
Ciara O’Reilly
Evie McCarthy
Ruth Lagenbach


Spórt agus Céilí

To celebrate Seachtain na Gaeilge, our 5th Class girls footballers went to Russell Park today. They played a challenge game with Scoil Oilibheir and then both teams were taught to dance a traditional Irish dance during a Céilí in the hall.