Well done to Eimear 5th class and Ula., 4th class, who represented the school at the Ulster Schools’ Championship Gala in Bangor on Saturday 12th October. The girls had a great day and Eimear has qualified for the National Schools Championship to be held in February.
Fáilte Romhaibh / Dear Visitor
Welcome to our website. St. Louis Girls’ School is a very busy place with a wide range of activities taking place both inside and outside of the classrooms.
We have tried to capture as much of this as possible on our site for your enjoyment. We also hope that it provides you with essential school information.
Bain taitneamh as!
Mrs Bernie Farrell and Mrs Margaret Hannon
Principal and Deputy Principal (Acting)
Four of our pupils were selected to represent the school at an event held in the Department of Education in Marlborough Street, Dublin, on Wednesday, October 9th. They were: Deimante, 3rd Class, Mya 4th Class, Angel , 5th Class and Melisa, 6th Class. The girls were taking part in a special children’s consultation on the […]
During the month of October, our 4th, 5th and 6th classes have all had the opportunity to partake in special workshops in our local library, organised by Mrs Mc Kenna. The fifths and sixths were very excited to meet children’s authors, Cathy Cassidy and Caroline Busher, while the fourths met author/storyteller, Pat Ryan. The authors […]
Pictured below is Ava, 6th class, with a beautiful St. Louis Cake which her mum, Orla Starrs made as a gift for the staff of the school. The cake which depicts our school uniform, complete with the Louis crest is an absolute work of art!
At a special assembly, held on Wednesday afternoon, 25th June, our Family-School Liaison Officer, David McCague, presented the Annual Attendance Awards. Kayla & Egle received certificates for improved attendance, while 13 girls were presented with certificates for unbroken attendance over the 2018/19 academic year. These girls, who didn’t miss a day all year, are: Melanija, […]
The Daily Mile is an initiative rolled out in schools aimed at improving children’s health through daily physical activity. Here in St Louis we have implemented this national programme as we really believe it improves not only the children’s fitness, but also their concentration, mood and general well-being. Frank Greally from the Daily Mile and […]