Bhain na paistí agus na múinteoirí an-sult as an cheiliúradh don Oíche Shamhna agus bhailigh muid €200 don Peter McVerry Trust. Children and teachers alike had lots of treats and some tricks for the last day before Hallowe’en!
Both the Synge Street Primary and Secondary were delighted to welcome the Sam Maguire with player Rory O’Carroll to our schools. Rory was kind enough to answer the student’s many questions about what it takes to win an All Ireland and be a fantastic footballer. The Sam Maguire was greeted […]
We had a wonderful week celebrating Maths with with all classes getting involved with the different activities. Bhí Maidin Mhata den scoth againn sa halla le gach rang sa sruth ag glacadh páirt. D’oibrigh gach duine le chéile agus ní féidir linn fanacht go dtí an chéad cheann eile! […]
Synge Street were delighted to welcome visitors from Italy, Spain, Portugal and Armagh for a Joint Staff Training Event as part of our Erasmus+ project ‘Promoting Happy Healthy Lifestyles’. The purpose of this training event was to highlight well being in the context of the Irish culture. Our visitors took […]
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, €5 per adult and €1 per child, they are also on sale at the door on the night. Doors open at 6.30pm, show starts […]
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 Borders #EREBB where all our pupils are educated on local and global issues such as homelessness and poverty.