In light of the current situation caused by the Corona virus a number of commercial companies are offering free use of their resources to parents for use at home with your children. You may like to try some of the following: FOLENS Go to FolensOnline.ie and click register Select Teacher Fill in a username, email and … Continue reading Useful Websites
St. Louise de Marillac Primary School was founded by the Daughters of Charity in 1958. Our school is 60 years old and celebrated its diamond jubilee during the school year 2018 - 2019. A number of events took place to mark this special occasion. We produced a wonderful book to mark this special milestone in … Continue reading Launch of 60th Anniversary Book
The Board of Management wishes to confirm the following report of items, completed by the current Board during the school year 2018-19. The Board reviewed and ratified the following school policies: Phonics Plan for Junior Infants – 2nd Class Science & Geography Plan for 3rd-6th Class DEIS 3 Year Plan 2018-2021 – Year 1 GDPR … Continue reading End of Year Report from BoM
Just a reminder that school will finish at 12 noon Friday, 21st December. We wish all our pupils, their families and the staff a happy Christmas and a peaceful New Year. School will reopen on Monday, 7th January.
We had a wonderful week in May being active and enjoying lots of activities ,here are some photos from the week.
Congratulations to Tia Byrne in room 29 who represented the school on Wednesday 18th at the County Spelling Bee Final in The Red Cow Hotel . There were 72 competitors and Tia made it through to the 5th round which is an excellent result .Well done Tia from everyone in St. Louise de Marillac ,we … Continue reading Spelling Bee
Yesterday scientists from Maynooth University came to our school and we were exploring cells in bananas.We took the DNA from a banana.First we took 2 small slices of banana and put it in a zip lock bag and smashed it .Then we put a salt water solution in called saline and swished it aroundand then … Continue reading Cell Explorers