Céad Míle Fáilte!

A Very Warm Welcome to the Website of St. Brigid’s SGNS

It Takes a Village

Our school community is happy to invite you to learn a little more about our super school. Welcome to St. Brigid’s!

Our recently created crest and motto demonstrate our vision and aims, through words and images. Our goal is to ‘promote the full and harmonious development of all aspects of the person of the pupil: intellectual, physical, cultural, moral and spiritual, including a living relationship with God and with other people.’

We can only do this with the continued assistance and support of parents/guardians, families and friends of our pupils, along with the wider community.

We hope that our website will demonstrate a little of the exciting work and activities carried out in St. Brigid’s and will provide our visitors with some information about our super school community.

– Siobhán Loughman, Príomhoide (Principal Teacher)

School News

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  • Kilmainham Gaol June 11, 2024

    On Tuesday 11th June both 5th classes had the wonderful opportunity to visit the historic site of Kilmainham Gaol. We enjoyed guided tour with the very knowledgeable Joanne and David. It was so interesting. Luckily, it was dry enough for us to enjoy our lunch in the grounds or IMMA afterwards. It was a thoroughly enjoyable day out.

  • Sports Day 2024 June 11, 2024

    On Friday 7th of June we had a day filled with fun and activity in St. Brigid’s. We had a fantastic day.

  • Visit from the Lord Mayor of Dublin April 16, 2024

    On Tuesday the 16th of April we had a visit from Daithí de Róiste – Lord Mayor of Dublin. He was visiting schools all around Dublin to promote and discuss kindness. When he arrived he was greeted by our kindness committee. He admired all of the hard work all classes had done to decorate the school and room 1. The kindness committee asked him some questions and the girls from Ms. Lawlor’s 3rd class and Ms. Kerrigan’s 5th sang our kindness song ‘count on me’ by Bruno Mars.

    The Lord Mayor also planted a tree for kindness in the front of our school.

  • An Céilí Mór, Lá fhéile Pádraig agus Seachtain na Gaeilge 2024 March 15, 2024

    Ar an aoine bhí céilí mór againn sa halla bhaineamar an taitneamh as an tráthnóna, bhí spórt is spraoi againn uilig.

Our Motto

“Together let’s live for today and learn for tomorrow”

was created along with our crest in 2012 and both continue to be as relevant today as they were then.

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