St. Brigid’s Primary School

On 1st September 2013 Scoil Na Mainistreach De La Salle and Scoil Bhríde Naofa Presentation Primary amalgamated to form St. Brigid’s Primary School. This seamless transition bears testament to the strong sense of community and support in Kildare Town.

“Ní neart go cur le chéile”

In our school you will find happy children supported by dedicated, enthusiastic staff with the support of a vibrant, active parent body. With a broad range of in-school and extra-curricular activities we are committed to encouraging the full development of your child.

Catholic Ethos

St Brigid’s Primary School is a Catholic, co-educational school and in this atmosphere the spiritual, moral, intellectual, social and physical growth of its students is nurtured in accordance with the provisions of the schedule for Catholic Schools.

Aistear

Aistear helps children learn new vocabulary, develop their problem solving skills, work as part of a team as well as developing communication and play skills.

Learn More

School Calendar

Here is a list of important school dates, holidays, closures and events that you should add to your calendar for the 2019/2020 School Year.

View School Calendar

Parents Association

Parents Association work is only possible through the dedication of parents who come together and help with a range of activities and initiatives in the school.

See Our Work

Extra Curricular

Here is a list of extra curricular, after school activities that children can partake in at our school each day of the week.

View Our Activities

Gallery

Throughout the school year we gather many photos and videos of our students and their activities, take a look at our gallery and see if there's anyone you recognise.

View Photos

Vision Statement

The ethos of the school is Catholic and in this atmosphere the spiritual, moral, intellectual, social and physical growth of its students is nurtured.

View Our Vision Statement

One Big Happy Family.

Teachers

Students

Religions

Nationalities

Seachtain na Gaeilge

Rang a haon First class got together to perform some well known Irish songs and rhymes for each other. The children from Ms. E. Burke’s class put on the play, Na Trí Mhuc. Mr Kileen’s class sang a well know song by John Spillane called Beidh Aonach Amárach a nd ecited the poem, ‘ar ais ar scoil. ...

Read More

Seacthtain na Gaeilge – Damhsa le Rang a 4

Fourth Class decided to learn two dances as part of Seachtain na Gaeilge. They came together in the Academy Hall and learned ‘An Damhsa Mór’ and ‘The Siege of Ennis. It was great exercise as well as great fun.

Read More

3rd and 4th Class choir attended the Kilkenny Music Festival this year.

The Third and Fourth Class Choir attended the Kilkenny Music Festival again this year. 46 children performed ‘Can’t stop the feeling’ under the direction of Ms. Flynn. They achieved 2nd place in their competition. The children worked so hard preparing for this event along with their choir teachers, Ms. Hogan, Ms. Barry and Ms. Flynn. ...

Read More

St Brigid’s Day

The pupils and teachers celebrated St Brigid’s day on Friday last. The school attended a prayer service in St Brigid’s Parish church. The school choirs sang beautifully we listened to the story of St. Brigid. Ms. Keating 6th class pupils helped Ms. Hyland’s First class to make St. Brigid’s crosses. First Class visited St. Brigid’s ...

Read More

An Nuacht ag rang a haon

Tá rang a hoan ag cleachtadh a chuid gaeilge an táim ar fad.. Baineann na pháistí taitneamh as an Nuacht a léamh gach maidin.

Read More

BT Young Scientist

Ms Gray’s 6th class project was titled ‘Understanding and improving energy efficiency’. They were commended on their work in investigating how Irish homes can be more energy efficient. Mr O Connor’s 6th class project was titled, ‘The effect of carbon dioxide on our lakes/rivers and their environments.’ They recorded the ph of rain and investigated ...

Read More