To start the 150th anniversary celebrations of the founding Synge Street schools a concert by the excellent Number One Army band was held on friday October 25th in the Secondary Hall. Two of the Army band are former pupils of Synge Street schools! As the band was celebrating their 90t
In 2014 Synge Street schools will be celebrating 150 of service to the local boys and boys from further afield. The image to the left is a portrait of Edmund Rice, in stained glass, which can be viewed in the school. Edmund was the Founder of the Irish Christian Brothers which are now
On Friday April 26th 2013, Counsellor Kieran Binchy, of Dublin City Council, unveiled a plaque to James Plunkett, author of “Strumpet City” and former pupil of Synge Street school. The plaque will soon be mounted on our garden wall. Also in attendance were Ms. Jane Alger, Director of
Our school garden was officially opened by Dr. Daire Keogh, past pupil of Synge Street Schools and president of St. Patrick’s College, Drumcondra on March 12th 2013. Dr. Keogh paid tribute to the work done by staff and parents in creating such a lovely place. He remarked on the
A new sport has been introduced to the school and it is proving to be a great success. everyone wants to play CRICKET! We have started training and we will be entering the Leprachaun Cup in May this year. We have Mr Ted Williamson helped by Ciaran each week to show the boys the ropes.
Some boys will have the opportunity to learn the piano and guitar on a weekly basis starting after Easter. Another group will begin to rehearse for a small production of a play later in June. The school is planning an art exhibition for June and invitations will be extended to all par