Welcome to Bunscoil Synge Street

Bunscoil Synge Street is located in the heart of Portobello Dublin 8. We are proud to be an Edmund Rice School. Edmund Rice Schools are a dynamic, diverse and thriving network of 96 secondary and primary level Catholic schools across Ireland, working every day to inspire and guide over 37,000 children and young people. Edmund Rice schools are defined and shaped by our unique Charter which sets out the values of quality teaching and learning, care, equality, leadership and faith at the heart of Edmund Rice Education.

In September 2017 Bunscoil Synge Street opened our Sruth Lán Ghaeilge which provides Irish medium education for girls and boys from Junior Infants to Sixth Class. We also cater for boys from 2nd-6th Class through the medium of English.

We aim to serve all pupils by creating a positive, trusting, secure environment respecting each child’s individuality, celebrating diversity and encouraging innovation.

A Wonderful Environment Where Children Can Learn And Grow
About the school
Sancta Maria Synge St.

The history of the school begins in 1864.

Sruth Lán Ghaeilge

Osclaíodh ár Sruth Lán Ghaeilge i Meán Fómhair 2017.

Boys 2nd-6th Classes

We take boys from 2nd-6th Class through the medium of English.

Sports & Activities

We are an active school and participate in various sports.

Latest News / Nuacht is deanaí


6th Class Newsletter

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      We have had a very busy year in Synge Street. Miss Russell and her team of journalists collated these recent news stories. We

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A Roaring Success

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The Lion King was a roaring success. Congratulations to all the children involved and to Ms Regan who brought everything together. Go raibh maith

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School Tour!

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The boys had a fantastic day on their school tour to Clara Lara. Take a look at the fun they

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The Lion King

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Our Lion King production will be taking place this Wednesday 19th June at 7pm in Synge Street Secondary School Hall. Tickets are on sale from Mary,

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Turas Scoile – An Zú

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Chuaigh na Naíonáin go dtí’n Zú Dé hAoine seo chaite. Rinneamar ceardlann faoi

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Human Rights

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As an Edmund Rice School, we care about our rights and the rights of others. We are very proud to be a leading school of Edmund Rice Education Beyond

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