Mrs. Cunningham’s 4th class had a very special treat on Thursday 22nd March when they were given a tour of the Courthouse in Monaghan town. They were shown around the courtrooms and were lucky enough to be allowed to sit on the judge’s chair! They learned all about the day to day running of the […]
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)
Conradh na Gaeilge has very kindly donated a Perpetual Cup to the school in honour of Mrs Geraldine (Gearóidín)O’Boyle ,former Deputy Principal, who passed away last year. Gearóidín had a great love for our Irish language and culture and she initiated the tradition of the céilí in our school. The cup will be presented annually […]
Well done to our fantastic 6th class debating team who are through to the final of the Concern Primary Schools Debating Competition! The girls defeated Deravoy N.S on Thursday 8th March in Monaghan Education Centre where they proposed the motion, “Advertising on Children’s TV should be out-lawed.” Speakers on this outing were Neeharika Vivekanandan (Captain), […]
Well done to the Cross Country Athletics Squad who were runners-up at the County Monaghan Cross Country Finals which were held on Wednesday 7th March at the Kilmore Training Ground in Scotstown. Thanks to Mrs Treanor and Ms Brady for training the girls and accompanying them to the event. Congratulations!!
Our Mini 7’s Gaelic team took part in a Gaelic blitz in Tyholland on Tuesday 13th March 2018. They played two games against two very tough opponents (Tyholland and Gaelscoil Ultain). The team consisted of: Rhiain, Mia, Ellie, Alannah, Daisy, Ella, Aoife, Niamh, Lauren, Leah, Emma, Rhianna and Natalie. Thanks to Miss McNally for training […]
World Book Day was held on Thursday 1st March, but unfortunately the school was closed due to Storm Emma. However, many of our classes had already visited the library earlier in the week and some also got to use their World Book Day tokens in Eason’s. Mrs McKenna organised an art competition for all the […]