School History

Scoil Úna Naofa operates as a co-educational vertical primary school with a rich history dating back to 1939 when it first opened its doors as St. Agnes' Primary School. At its foundation, the school accommodated over 1000 pupils, with class sizes averaging 50 children each. Over the course of more than 75 years, the school flourished, actively supporting initiatives such as the St. Agnes' Music Centre, now recognized as the CCMA.

In 2016, St. Agnes' underwent an amalgamation with Scoil Colm, a boys' school catering to students from 1st through 6th class. This union resulted in the establishment of Scoil Úna Naofa.

As a school under the patronage of the Catholic Archbishop of Dublin, Scoil Úna Naofa currently serves a diverse student body of over 400 children. Our student population ranges from those in Early Start to those in 6th Class, reflecting our commitment to providing comprehensive education across all primary levels.