Our two 6th classes travelled to the RDS, Dublin, last Saturday, 2nd February, to take part in the Annual Peace Proms Concert. This is a unique experience for our girls where they get the opportunity to perform with a live orchestra and to join in song and movement with dozens of school choirs from all […]
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)
Food Dudes is a programme that encourages children to eat more fruit and vegetables both in school and at home. The first part of the programme will last 8 days. Fruit and vegetables will be provided each day and the children will watch Food Dudes DVDs and earn rewards. During the second part of the […]
The County Monaghan Cumann na mBunscol Handball Competition was held in St. Mellan’s handball complex in Truagh on Wednesday 23rd January. Ernesta & Niamh represented our school in the U13 doubles and won the county final securing a place in the Ulster Finals in February. Natalie won her semi-final to finish runner up in the […]
Congratulations to our victorious 6th class debating team who won the last of their first round debates in the Concern Primary Schools’ Debating Competition! The girls defeated Scoil Mhuire, Latton on Tuesday 22nd January when they proposed the motion that “Climate change is not our problem.” Many thanks to Mrs Cassidy for all her hard […]
On Friday 21st December, the day of our Christmas Holidays, we welcomed a very special visitor to the school! Santa arrived on his sleigh and all the children sang Christmas songs and carols for him. He brought selection boxes for all our pupils and presented them to each teacher. Happy Christmas Everyone! Nollaig Shona daoibh […]
CMrs. Cunningham’s 4th class performed a nativity play for our Christmas Assembly on Thursday 20th December. The play was called “It’s a Party”. The girls told the story of the birth of Jesus though songs and drama and reminded us all of the true message of the season.