Welcome to
St Columbanus NS

School will be closed for Midterm Break on 20th and 21st February
School will finish for all pupils at 12.15pm on Wednesday 19th February for staff training

Holistic Education

Happy Environment

Welcoming all children

Imparting knowledge and care

The staff of St. Columbanus aims to provide a happy, secure, learning environment where children, parents/guardians, teachers, ancillary staff and Board of Management work in partnership, where each individual is valued, encouraged and respected for their uniqueness and facilitated to reach their full potential in a positive atmosphere..

Mission Statement

St. Columbanus N.S. is part of the Catholic Community of Loughlinstown, Co. Dublin.

We strive to create a safe, appropriate and happy learning environment conducive to the attainmanet of true educational, spiritual and moral potential of each individual.

In everything we do, we will, where appropriate, collaborate with the whoe school community, agencies and individuals with whom we share common goals.

St. Columbanus N.S
Loughlinstown Drive,
Glenageary,
Co Dublin, A96 X0D1

email: officestcolumbanusns@gmail.com

Bus Transport:
Bus 111 (from Dún Laoghaire).
Bus 7 (Dublin City Centre), 145, 45, 84, 84x

School Hours: 08:55 – 14:35

 

Luas Station: Cherrywood

Dart Station: Killiney

 

Find Our school here

 

We aim to provide a safe, appropriate and happy learning environment for each of our pupils and staff members.  We also aim to build positive relationships between pupils, parents and staff through the development of a teamwork approach to acceptable Christian behaviour.

 

 

Community links

We have fostered many community links, both locally and further afield.  We have visiting ‘buddies’ for science, reading and maths from local businesses.

We have close links with St. Vincent de Paul, Peter McVerry Trust, Trocaire and Laura Lynn Foundation, where we have fundraising events, in school, for these charitable causes.

We have taken part in the Peace Proms cross boarder links concert.

 

 

 

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Enrolment

Interested Parents may visit the school by appointment.  Please see below for the Enrolment Form for print or download. Our postal address is printed on the form. Feel free to drop into the office with the completed form..

Class Blogs

Ms Scully’s Class

Welcome to Ms Scully's class blog. This is the first post of what plans to be a regular and entertaining update of what's going on in the class. We encourage parents and guardians to send in photos that we can post on...

Senior Infants

Senior Infants had fun during Aistear this January! We learned all about the Arctic and Antarctica. We loved dressing up for the cold weather in our role play tent! We learned all about the different animals that live...

Ms King’s Class

Welcome to Ms King's class blog. This is the first post of what plans to be a regular and entertaining update of what's going on in the class. We encourage parents and guardians to send in photos that we can post on...

1st and 2nd class

Every Friday, 1st and 2nd class learn the violin with our violin teacher, Heather. We have learnt how to hold the violin properly and we use the poem ‘Elephants Always Drink Grape juice’ to remember the string names....

Ms Nally’s Class

Welcome to Ms Nally's class blog. This is the first post of what plans to be a regular and entertaining update of what's going on in the class. We encourage parents and guardians to send in photos that we can post on...

3rd and 4th class

Classroom Blog 3rd, 4th & 5th Class In Mrs Donohue’s class we have been learning all about Andy Warhol in Art. Andy Warhol enjoys using many different colours in his art work. His style of Art work is called Pop Arta...

Ms Donohue’s Class

Welcome to Ms Donohue's class blog. This is the first post of what plans to be a regular and entertaining update of what's going on in the class. We encourage parents and guardians to send in photos that we can post on...

5th and 6th class

5th and 6th Class have completed a wonderful course called PMCA {Parents Making Communities Aware}. The students engaged in a 6 week course discussing topics with parents from the locality such as Smoking, Alcohol,...

Mr Walshe’s Class

Welcome to Mr Walshe's class blog. This is the first post of what plans to be a regular and entertaining update of what's going on in the class. We encourage parents and guardians to send in photos that we can post on...

School Events.