We are very grateful to all our families for the large selection of food items that was sent in for our annual St. Vincent De Paul Collection. We have been overwhelmed by the generous response! Two of our 6th class girls, Ani and Ava, presented the food to representatives from The Society of St. Vincent […]
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)
There was a great air of excitement in the school from Wednesday 16th to Friday 18th of December when all our classes were treated to a virtual panto direct from the Helix Theatre in Dublin! The girls thoroughly enjoyed the music, the dance routines and of course the slapstick comedy of “The Sword in the […]
Science Week ran this year from November 9th to 13th. Despite the Covid restrictions, Cavan Monaghan Science Festival provided a host of online webinars and science activities for Primary School children. Two of our classes, Mrs McGeown’s 6th and Ms. Farrelly’s 5th conducted a special experiment about the” Science of Bubbles.” The festival committee provided […]
It was science galore in St. Louis GNS last week, November 9th to 16th. Here are some more pictures of the various experiments conducted.
Three classes: Mrs McGeown’s 6th, Ms. Harris’ 6th and Ms. Reynolds’ 3rd recently took part in an art competition to create a picture of the Drumlin Giant of Rossmore. All those who entered received a baseball cap each. The three winners: Holly, Sienna and Drielly were the lucky recipients of beautiful personalised hoodies. Well done […]
Our Annual Halloween Charity Fundraiser took place today, Friday 23rd October. We had a special Dress-Up Day where the girls were asked to bring in €2 each for the very worthy cause of Autism Assistance Dogs Ireland. There was a marvellous array of costumes on show from Wicked Witches to Disney Princesses, and Pyjama Queens galore. […]