We had a huge variety of Science Experiments and Halloween Costumes throughout the school, which brought a great amount of excitement and fun. Our pupils love science projects.
Our school continues to be a busy place. The art displays are becoming wintery and festive, while classes are enjoying Science experiments, Aistear & class projects. Our Fancy Dress Day before Mid-term – Look at some of the incredible costumes!
The final trip of the year for parents and guardians will be on Thursday, 23rd May. We are going on the Viking Splash tour which brings us on a tour of Dublin City’s main sights. Trips are a great way
Green Day – be keen to be seen in green St Patrick – Our national holiday celebrating our patron saint and snake-ridder. What better way to celebrate St Patrick’s Day than by wearing something green, perhaps a green costume, green
Saturday December 2nd – Christmas Fair 11am – 3pm. Magic Show @ 1.30pm. Lots of Crafts for sale in the big hall. Friday December 8th – School is closed for Staff Training on the New Language Curriculum. Tuesday December 19th –
Each year we have taken part in the Christmas Box Appeal. During the last few weeks, beautifully decorated boxes have been arriving at our school, carried in by generous and smiling children. Today, the boxes were collected from the school
Junior School Classes visit the school garden to see the tadpoles Ms. Nulty’s Class have released into the school pond.
Once again, The Dubs won the All-Ireland, and The Sam Maguire Trophy visited St. Agnes on Tuesday, 20 Oct. To big cheers and waving blue flags, James McCarthy brought Sam into the school. Even Ms Kavanagh from Kerry got to
On Thursday 17th September 2015, 3 members of the Air Corps came to the school. They were Fl-Sgt Stephen Daly, Sgt Ciarán Byrne and Sgt Joe Phelan. In a ceremony in the hall, every pupil was present when the school was presented
Good Wishes to our 6th class, who will receive the Sacrament of Confirmation on Thursday 19th March 2015. We hope they and their families have a lovely day. A big thanks to the girls from 3rd – 6th classes, and
The Community Gardaí brought two Garda Horses to visit the school on Tuesday 17th February. The horses and their riders came into the junior and senior yards to visit the children and everyone was allowed to pet the horses. The
<img class="aligncenter size-full wp-image-1500" alt="St Agnes' on Stage" src="http://stagnesns this content.scoilnet.ie/blog/files/2014/02/St-Agnes-on-Stage1.jpg” width=”448″ height=”209″ /> NATIONAL CONCERT HALL, SCHOOL ORCHESTRA PERFORMANCE – 8TH FEBRUARY 2014 I would like to thank our own very talented pupils and the pupils of Scoil Colm
Sam Maguire visits St. Agnes 6th November 2013! On Wednesday 6th November we welcomed the Sam Maguire Cup to our school. Johnny Cooper who is a defender on the Dublin team brought Sam in so that all the boys and
School re-opens on Thursday 29th August at 8.50am. We hope everyone had a great holiday, and we are looking forward to seeing you all on Thursday. [Translate] Watch Full Movie Online Streaming Online and Download
On Tuesday 18th, our 3rd classes will travel to Caritas and perform the Nativity play there. On Thursday 20th, 2nd class will perform the Nativity play in school at 11.15am as part of the school carol service. Everyone is welcome to this
Tomorrow May 25th we will have our annual sports day. We are all looking forward to a day of fun and activity. All parents and guardians are invited to join us at 1.45pm for our parents races. Click here to read
We will have our annual May Procession on Friday 18th of May at 1pm. Please join us as we celebrate Our Lady , during her special month. See some photos from the day on our School Events page
Review Android Smartphone It’s March already, and the school is preparing for some important events. Sixth Class will receive their Confirmation on Tuesday, March 13th, in St. Agnes’ Church. Tá gach rang ag cleachtadh amhráin agus ag damhsa.
Energy Awareness workshops took place today. Fourth, Fifith and Sixth classes took part. There were lots of good ideas about how to save energy. Classes also took turns to make electricity and use the electricity to turn on lights, music
A note for your diary! Come and join us on our Multi-Cultural Day as we celebrate the 14 countries represented in our school. Enjoy some tasty treats, colourful national costumes, singing, dancing and lots more. Looking forward to seeing you there. Ms Sexton
View the gallery on the left to see the photos of our wonderful choir singing with President Michael D. Higgins at the lighting of the Presidents Christmas tree at Áras an Uachtarain,
Exciting news for all football fans in our school….Sam Maguire is coming to visit. Next Wednesday 14th of December we will have our chance to share the celebrations of Sam returning to Dublin after 16 long years. Imagine none of
Everyone in St. Agnes’ was very excited to hear that our new president, Michael D. Higgins will be visiting St. Agnes’ on Monday, 12th of December. President Higgins is very interested in the music project and decided to come and
Saint Agnes’ School will be closed on Thursday, October 27th as it is being used as a Polling Station for the Presidental election and referenda.