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St. Brigid's GNS was established by the Holy Faith Sisters in 1928 to cater for the educational needs of the children of Killester parish and the surrounding area. The school supports the principles of

"inclusiveness, equality of access and participation in the school and respect for
diversity of values, beliefs, traditions, languages
and ways of life in society"

We are committed to nurturing the Catholic faith through religious education, preparation for the sacraments and through the ethos of the school. The ethos is demonstrated through respect shown for each person in the school - pupils, members of staff, parents and visitors. We value our relationship with parents and the community and we are committed to working in partnership with all involved in the education process so as the best interests of each child are catered for.

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Our new bird feeding stations
Our new bird feeding stations
Our new bird feeding stations
4th class participate in the RDS Primary Science Fair!
4th class participate in the RDS Primary Science Fair!
4th class participate in the RDS Primary Science Fair!
Christmas Performances
Christmas Performances
Christmas Performances
Festive Fitness Fun Day!
Festive Fitness Fun Day!
Festive Fitness Fun Day!
Christmas Artwork & Decorations
Christmas Artwork & Decorations
Christmas Artwork & Decorations
4th Class visit Le Chéile for Food Science workshop
4th Class visit Le Chéile for Food Science workshop
4th Class visit Le Chéile for Food Science workshop
Our new bird feeding stations

Our Green team came together on Friday last, with Ms.Devilly and Noel, to put up our new bird feeding stations. 

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Bird Feeding Stations

4th class participate in the RDS Primary Science Fair!

Ms.Concannon's class were selected to participate in this year's RDS Primary Science Fair which was held in conjunction with the BT Young Scientist of the Year competition. The class project 'Can a Skyscraper fall for a tremor?' was very popular among the judges and the visitors at the event. The girls were asked lots of questions about their project and demonstrated how Lego skyscrapers actually fall for a tremor using their specially designed table (courtesy of Noel, our caretaker!). The girls had a great day and got the opportunity to look at lots of other science experiments & projects, participate in workshops and visit lots of stands showcasing STEM activities!

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RDS Primary Science Fair

Christmas Performances

All of our classes came together in the hall on the last day of term to watch each other perform some festive favourites! There was singing, dancing and lots more fun throughout our morning show. Well done to all our girls for displaying such talent. everyone had so much fun! the winners of our Christmas Art competitions were also presented with prizes.

Nollaig Shona!

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 Christmas performances

Festive Fitness Fun Day!

All of our classes joined in some festive fitness fun as part of our Active School programme in the school. Some activities included a santa sack race, icicle hockey, jingle bell jumping, tinsel tubes and a bauble and spoon race! The girls really enjoyed the day!

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Festive Fitness Fun day!

Christmas Artwork & Decorations

There is so much beautiful Christmas artwork displayed around the school this month.. from stockings to Rudolphs, winter scenes to cribs and much more! We also have some lovely Christmas trees and decorations displayed to add to the festive cheer!

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 Christmas Art & Decorations

4th Class visit Le Chéile for Food Science workshop

The girls from 4th & 5th classes got to experience 'Foodoppi's Molecular Gastronomy Edible Science Show' in Le Chéile during Science week. Foodoppi presented "Eat your Science" hosted by Celebrity Chef Louise Lennox and Food Scientist Aisling Larkin. The exciting, fast paced science and food show gave the children an opportunity to see food become experiments they could eat. It also enabled the children to explore chemical reactions and physical changes of food. unlocking the science secrets, amazing their eyes and tastebuds! A traditional fruit salad was redesigned using the knowledge of hydrocolloids and the world of renowned molecular gastronomy techniques to make fruit spaghetti, yogurt spheres and cook with one of the coldest liquids on the planet, liquid nitrogen. 

The girls had an amazing time, getting to explore food, flavour and science! 

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4th Class Food Science workshop

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New Year new goals from our 5th & 6th class pupils! https://t.co/RCGPjYrbz4
Jan 19
Our green team 🌲 hard at work getting our bird feeding stations in place #greenschool #biodiversity https://t.co/RZ6Bf59say
Jan 17
Fun in the snow this morning! https://t.co/ra9YPe1AJf
Jan 13
RT @AodhanORiordain: Delighted Saron from St Brigid’s GNS Killester is in today’s @irishtimes! Met her and her pals at @BTYSTE on Thursday!…
Jan 12
Lovely photo in today's Irish examiner of our 4th Class @TheRDS @BTYSTE https://t.co/aDdNFFookd

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St. Brigids Road,

Killester,

Dublin 5

 

Contact

Email: info@stbrigidsgns.ie
Telephone: +353 (1) 831 5138