The HSE Be Active programme introduces children to fun, physical activity in a safe, familiar, structured setting with emphasis on enjoyment, learning and variety of activity. It links with the PE curriculum for 2nd class. This initiative takes place in our school for 2nd classes each Monday from 3.00-4.00.
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)
Our annual charity fundraiser took place on Thursday 25th October. We had a Dress-Up Day and the girls were asked to bring in €2 each for the very worthy charity, Cystic Fibrosis Ireland. Some sixth class girls designed beautiful posters to advertise the occasion. There was a marvellous array of Halloween costumes, pyjamas and dress […]
At our assembly on Charity Dress-Up Day, the winners of the Maths Week Puzzles were announced. As there were lots of correct answers in each class, the correct answers were put in a box and one prize-winner was selected from every class. Well done to everyone who took part! 6th Class: Aoife Mc and Aoife […]
A selection of 4th class girls travelled to Cloghan GAA Grounds on Thursday 25th October to take part in a Go Games Football Blitz. Ms Mc Nally prepared these girls for the blitz and Ms Reilly accompanied them on the day. In bitterly cold conditions, the girls won one of their games and lost three. […]
Mrs Hannon and the Active Flag Committee members continue to ensure that our pupils keep active and healthy during break times. They promote hula hooping, skipping and handball in the junior yard each day and also organise handball, basketball, football and skipping in the senior playground.
Four of our girls attended a celebration of Cultural Diversity in the European Union House on Thursday 25th October. They performed an Irish Dance to represent our native culture.