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    Pupils enjoying maths games during maths week
  • 2nd class making shapes during maths week. Good enough to eat!

  • Mairéad McGuinness MEP visits Balrothery NS

  • Jersey Day for GOAL

    The pupils raised €263 for GOAL by taking part in a Jersey Day.
  • Nature Walk in the rain.

    Covid has some benefits. We are using what is on our doorstep as a learning opportunity. Here are the pupils enjoying a nature walk in the rain.
  • 3rd class did an historical walking tour of Balbriggan and learned all about the Sack of Balbriggan.

  • Welcome

    Welcome to the Website of Scoil Oilibhéar Naofa, Balrothery, Balbriggan, Co. Dublin, Ireland. The Principal, teachers and ancillary staff send their warmest greetings to friends and past–pupils all over the world. Principal, Ms Mairéad Murphy
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  • Our School

    St. Oliver Plunkett's is a Primary school located in North County Dublin. It is mile from Balbriggan(on the Dublin Side) and approximately 4 miles from Skerries. Pupils taking part in a healthy living project . Thank you to Supervalu for their support. The pupils are learning how to prepare simple dishes.
  • Congratulations a great award for good listening and for being kind to your friends.

  • Our Pupils using Ipads

  • We love art at Balrothery NS.

    Welcome to the Website of Scoil Oilibhéar Naofa, Balrothery, Balbriggan, Co. Dublin, Ireland. The Principal, teachers and ancillary staff send their warmest greetings to friends and past–pupils all over the world. Principal, Ms Mairéad Murphy
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    Fáilte go Website Scoil Oilibhéar Naofa, Baile an Ridire, Baile Brigín.Tá foireann de sé deag anseo: Príomh - oide, dáreag muinteoir agus triúr cúntoiri. Guimis gach beannacht ar ar gcairde agus ar iarscolairi uile na scoile seo atá scaipthe ar fud an domhain.Priomh-oide,Mairéad Bean Uí Mhúrchú
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Welcome to Our Primary School

Fáilte go Website Scoil Oilibhéar Naofa, Baile an Ridire, Baile Brigín.
Tá foireann de sé deag anseo: Príomhoide, se muinteoirí déag agus cúigear cúntóirí. Guimis gach beannacht ar ar gcairde agus ar iarscolairi uile na scoile seo atá scaipthe ar fud an domhain.
Príomhoide,
Mairéad Bean Uí Mhúrchú

 

Welcome to the Website of Scoil Oilibhéar Naofa, Balrothery, Balbriggan, Co. Dublin, Ireland.
The Principal, teachers and ancillary staff send their warmest greetings to friends and past–pupils all over the world.
Principal,
Ms Mairéad Murphy.

Parents' Association

Thank you to you all for your continued support to the school. The parents'association donated a cheque for €3350 that will go towards the purchase of laptops. They worked so hard to raise this money before the school went into lockdown. Thank you to everyone for your generosity. They have planned the Christmas Card fundraiser, school calendars and a sponsored Halloween trick or treat walk . Great energy and enthusiasm !. Here we are in a socially distanced photo. Parents Association 2020

Maths Week 2020

The pupils took part in a variety of maths activities both inside and outside the classroom during maths week. 5th class designed a cover for a maths book.maths week 2020

4th class enjoying some maths games.maths week 4th class enjoying maths games

Maths can be enjoyed outside and inside. 6th class took part in maths trails and measurement was an important part of what they learned.

outdoor maths 6th class measurement maths weekMaths concepts can be presented in a variety of way:

1) using technology

using technology and graphs to present covid case facts2) using art to show patterns . Kandinsky was a famous artist who used patterns and shapes in his art work.

maths art 2nd class

Maths can be presented in different ways. Here is a sample of maths being a puzzle to find more out about you! Design one for your friend.

maths week 2020 6th class

Admission Policy 2020

Please see our new Admission Policy, Annual Admissions Notice and Application form under the tab school, then policies. Pease note you can only apply for a place for junior infants the year prior to starting e.g. if your child is due to start in 2022 you apply for junior infants in October of 2021. 

If you would like to apply for a place in other classes i.e. from senior infants up to 6th class you can apply in October. 

We accept late applications if you should miss the October deadline. 

Please take the time to read the Admission policy and the Annual Notice.

Thank you.

Latest News

Communion Photos July 2020

Please click on the link below to see photos of our very special Covid Communion day. Thank you to Fr John and Anne for organising a beautiful cermony under difficult...

Return to School on August 27th

Dear Parents/Guardians, I hope this letter finds you well. Staff , management and Board of Management  have been meeting to begin the task of ensuring our school is safe to...

What has been happening at home during school closure?

What has been happening at home during school closure?

We have been creative: We made musical instruments. We learned how to make healthy food: We learned about the life cycle of a butterfly. We explored the outdoors and saw...

Useful websites School Closure Support

WELL BEING: Weaving Well Being Programme: We use this at school, here is a journal that your child might like to do.  Remember if yiu can't print you can copy...

ESB Science Blast 2020

ESB Science Blast 2020

Mrs kennedy's class took part in this year's ESB Science Blast Exhibition in the RDS. The pupils investigated  ' Are finger prints inherited?' They received an excellent report stating that...

Indoor Athletics 2020

Indoor Athletics 2020

Mr Callaghan ,with support from Karen, coached the pupils in preparation for the indoor athletics event in the Abbotstown. The pupils took part in sprints, hurdles, high jump, 600m and...

Catholic Schools Week and Grandparents Day 2020

Catholic Schools Week and Grandparents Day 2020

We had a busy week celebrating catholic schools week . We talked about living in harmony as God's creation. The pupils learned about how important it is to love ourselves,...

Christmas 2019

Click on the link to see the variety of Christmas activities. Dramas, Christmas Fair, the Garda Band and the choir entertaining at Hamilton Park. https://photos.app.goo.gl/iy4N6DmAUNXDymEL7

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School Calendar 2019/2020

School re- opens on Thursday 29th August 2019

October/November

Mid Term Break..... Monday 28th October 2019 to Friday 1st November 2019 inclusive.

December

Christmas Holidays..... School will close on Friday 20th December and re-open Monday 6th January 2020.

February

Mid Term Break..... Monday 17th to Friday 21st February inclusive.

March

Vacation Day..... Monday 16th March

St. Patrick’s Day..... Tuesday 17th March.

April

Easter Holidays..... Monday 6th April to Friday 17th April inclusive.

May

May Bank Holiday..... Monday 4th May.

May/June

Vacation Day..... Friday 29th May

Bank Holiday..... Monday 1st June

Vacation Day..... Tuesday 2nd June.

School will close on Tuesday 30th June for Summer Holidays.

Note: All schools will close on Friday 3rd April 2020, which will be the final day of the school term, unless changes are required as part of contingency arrangements to make up for time lost due to unforeseen school closures. Where contingency arrangements are required a school authority may reduce the length of the Easter break by remaining open up to and including Wednesday 8th April 2020.