Phones out of order.


Business phone system (1)We wish to apologise for the fact that we have been unable to receive incoming calls for the last few days. We are working with Eircom to rectify this fault. In the meantime if you need to contact the school, please email us at

Debating News – Concern Debating Workshop and an upcoming debate.

On Monday 6th October, four students attended a Concern Debating Workshop in the Carmelite Community Centre on Aungier Street in Dublin City Centre. Students from schools across the country attended the workshop, which focused on teaching students about researching debates, presenting debates and the skills of refutation and rebuttal. The day ended with a mini-debate where each student presented a one-minute debate on the topic.


Our first Concern Debate takes place on Tuesday 4th November at 7pm in the school. We are hosting the debate against Dominican College, Griffith Avenue, and we are proposing the motion that ‘Critics who threw ‘cold water’ on the ice bucket challenge were unfair.’  We hope to have a good audience for the debate so please come along and support our debaters as they tackle this topical issue.
Ms. Bradley.

SciFest launches.


logoSecond and Fourth Year students are being made aware of the SciFest competition this week. Dr. Justin Lawler of Qualflow Systems will be giving Second Year students a talk this week about SciFest, a nationwide second level science competition. Dr. Lawler has been a judge at the competition in the past.

The school had an enthusiastic participation in the competition last year, with ten projects entered. We hope to see great uptake again this year. More information is available at

Danish Students Visit.


More than twenty Danish students visited our school as part of a cultural exchange programme. They visited classes and were taught the subtleties of hurling before playing volleyball. Thanks to Mr Higgins for organising the visit.