20 Jun · Maura · No Comments

Mrs. O Dwyer’s 5th class

Mrs. O Dwyer’s class have been out and about over the past few weeks. They have visited Kildangan Stud, were under starters orders in the Curragh and then enjoyed a picnic on the Hill of Tara.


13 Jun · Maura · No Comments

Plastic is not fantastic!

Plastic is not Fantastic Ms. Hyland and the children of her 4th class have been working on a plastic project since April of this year.  Using the statistic as a starting point, that by 2050 there will be more plastic in the ocean than fish, they decided to do something about it.   A survey was …


11 Jun · Maura · No Comments

U13 finalists – Moorefield -June 13th

Both the U13 Camogie and Hurling teams have reached the Co. Kildare Cumann na mBunscol finals. Both matches take place in Moorefield this Wednesday June 13th, with the hurling at 3pm and camogie at 5pm. All of the girls and boys are from 3rd to 6th class. They have trained extremely hard since the beginning …


30 May · Maura · No Comments

John Spillane

We were delighted to welcome renowned singer John Spillane to St. Brigid’s Primary School on Monday. The sun shone brightly for the performance adding to the celebratory mood of the occasion. The children have been busy practising some of his songs over the past few months so it was a very interactive concert with all …


15 May · Maura · No Comments

NUI Maynooth

Ms. Gray’s 5th class were in NUI Maynooth today at the Trócaire Romero Award Ceremony receiving certificates for their project entry.


15 May · Maura · No Comments

Moore Abbey Woods

Paddy Madden helped the children of the 5th classes to discover the wonder of Moore Abbey Woods.


10 Apr · Maura · No Comments


St. Brigid’s Primary School extend a huge thank you to the O’ Carroll family for the very generous donation of a defibrillator to the school. Pictured below are brothers Mikey and Seán O Carroll with Principal, Mr. Fleming.


5 Apr · Maura · No Comments

Our ‘eggciting’ incubation project

Watch the video showing the journey from egg to chicken!  


1 Apr · admin · No Comments

Narrative Writing 2016

Our writing genre for this term was Narrative writing. A few of the teachers entered the “Write a Book” competition as a way of presenting the children’s work to a wider audience. Below is a small selection of stories from the children in the senior building. These stories have developed from working on descriptive language, …


21 Mar · Maura · No Comments

World Down Syndrome Awareness Day

March 21st marked World Down Syndrome Awareness Day. ‘Rock your odd socks’ is a Down Syndrome Ireland campaign to create conversation and awareness about inclusion. The idea behind ‘Rock your Socks’ is that all types, shapes, sizes of the same thing can be unique in their own way, and yet do the same thing. Children …