All the boys of 6th class were loudly cheered by the rest of the school as they left the building for the last time. Later that night they and their families attended an award ceremony which was addressed by our Chairperson Ms. Sarah Barry, who remarked on how wonderful and what great
As a school we are proud of our history and the part played by former pupils of this school in the events of 1916 and afterwards. We recently took part in providing this piece of art work for a display which was officially opened on the Coombe. Boys from both the Primary and Secondary
Our boys gave a good account of themselves when participating in the recent boxing training provided by Michael Carruth (Olympic Gold Medalist) and in the exhibition event held in the National Boxing Stadium.
A special information meeting will be held in the school for parents and guardians on Thursday 11th February at 7.30 p.m. in the Assembly Hall. The topic is “Keeping Your Children Safe On the Internet And On Social Media”. Q’s and A’s afterwards.
Fourteen junior class pupils have started their lessons. We encourage all our pupils to try new experiences and to be open to exploring their talents and ideas. The senior boys will start after Easter.
The boys and the whole school community, in keeping with the Edmund Rice school ethos, made two donations of the funds raised on Charity Day in December last. Ms. Sarah Stone Devitt from H.U.G.S (Help Us Give Smiles) who represented the orphanage in Kenya where they are helping childr
All the boys, their families and staff got together to raise money for two worthy charities this year: Dublin Simon Community and H.U.G.S (an orphanage in Kenya). Hundreds of euro was collected and will be presented soon to the two charities.