Scoil Ide

Íde
Scoil
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Our School
Scoil Íde is a Presentation Girls' Primary School with boys in the junior classes, We are a Catholic School, founded in 1969. We are located on New Road in Clondalkin village approximately 12km from Dublin city centre. Have a look through our website to learn more about our school.


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School Calendar Sept 2021-June 2022
Next year's school calendar is now available by clicking on the image below. The current school calendar is available in our main menu under "Calendar".

Welcome Back
The staff of Scoil Ide would like to welcome back our entire school community as we enter the final school term. We are all looking forward to a term filled with learning, laughter, exploration and fun! Let's stay safe and remember to follow all our Covid-19 protocols to ensure Scoil Ide is a safe and happy place for everyone this term.

Happy Easter
The staff of Scoil Ide would like to wish our entire school community a very Happy Easter. This has been a very challenging term and we would like to thank everyone for their continued support and co-operation.  We are all looking forward to a safe, peaceful, restful break...filled with chocolate! We look forward to welcoming everyone back on Monday 12th April.
Best wishes and stay safe,
The Scoil Ide Team


Easter Holiday Finishing Times Friday 26th March 2021
Junior and Senior Infants: 11:40
1 st to 6th A-G: 11:50
1 st to 6th H-N: 12:00
1 st to 6th O-Z: 12:10
Covid -19 Information
In these ever evolving times, our highest priority at Scoil Íde will be keeping our pupils, parents & staff safe and informed. We will always follow Public Health advice as well as any guidance from the Department of Education & Skills. In line with that, our website has a new Covid-19 section where parents can access important information in relation to policies, procedures and measures brought in to protect us all during these uncertain times. This information will be reviewed, revised and updated as information becomes available to us.

This information can be accessed in 2 ways:
1. By clicking on the Covid-19  image below
2. By clicking on the menu icon on our homepage and selecting Covid-19 Information



School Calendar 2020/2021
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Scoil Íde Opening Hours;
Infant Classes: 8:50-1:30 Monday to Friday.
1st – 6th Classes: 8:50-2:30 Monday to Friday
Secretary’s Hours: 8:50-2:00 Monday to Friday

*Please note these times are subject to change during the Covid-19 Pandemic.*
Seachtain na Gaeilge
An coicís seo táimid ag ceiliúradh Seachtain na Gaeilge. Tá gach duine ag glacadh páirte i gcomórtais ealaíne, damhsa, amhránaíocht agus 10 @ 10.
This fortnight we have veen celebrating Seachtain na Gaeilge. Everyone has been taking part in art competitions, dancing, singing and 10@10. You can check out our Seacthain na Gaeilge gallery to see what we've been up to
World Book 2021
World Book Day took place in Thursday 4th March this year. We celebrated in style in Scoil Ide this year both in school and at home.
Our junior students were able to celebrate in school, while our senior students celebrated online as they are still working from home. Ms.Dempsey organised a fantatsic timetab;le of events for all the staff and students including DEAR (Drop Everything And Read) Time, The Masked Reader, stories and poems over the intercom, bookmark designing, book bunting creation and lots more. On Thursday, all the students in school dressed up as their favourite book character and our senior students did the same on their Zoom calls.
You can check out our Workd Book Gallery to see all the fun that was had!

Engineer's Week 2021
Engineer's Week took place around the country from 1st-5th March. Here in Scoil Ide, we celebrated by taking part in a variety of experiments both at home and in school. You can check out our amazing gallery to see what we got up to. Well done to everyone who took part. STEM is such an integral part of learning. Strong STEM skills lead to more beautiful art, more engrossing performances, and more polished productions. STEM classes develop those soft skills that so many careers need– skills like communication, problem solving, critical thinking, creativity, and data analysis
Lockdown Learning Gallery
All the boys and girls in Scoil Íde are very busy at home during Lockdown. We believe it is very important to showcase the work of our very talented students whenever we can. Therefore, we have created our own "Lockdown Learning Gallery" where everyone can come and see the amazing work our students have been producing. So remember, if you would like to see your work in the "Lockdown Learing Gallery", make sure you send your work into your teacher on Aladdin. You'd never know, it might be your picture or writing that gets put up next! We also have a selection of videos of students work just below the "Lockdown Learning Gallery"
Stay Safe Everyone!
Spring Has Sprung
While the Covid-19 pandemic continues and we all continue to stay home we are missing out on some of our favourite in school projects, like Green Schools! However, South Dublin County Council are working hard to deliver a number of Green Schools Initiatives virtually. They have sent us on a very interesting newsletter entitled "Green Times for Schools". Its packed full with ideas, competitions, stories and pictures. Click on the picture below to read the February edition. Let's see what we can do to keep Green Schools alive at home!


Safer Internet Day: Tuesday 9th February #BeKindOnline
Safer Internet Day is taking place on Tuesday 9th February this year. With our students learning online at the moment, it is the perfect time to emphasise online safety. Check out the poster below to read 5 ways we can enagage with the internet safely and with kindness.


Feast of St. Brigid, 1st February 2021
We would like to wish everyone in our school community a very Happy Feast of St. Brigid. May her virtues of wisdom and kindness guide all families and friends of Scoil Ide during these challenging times.


Feast of St.Ita, 15th January
We would like to wish everyone in our school community a very Happy Feast of St. Ita. St. Ita is the patron saint of our school and who our school is named after. You can find more infromation about St. Ita here. May her virtues of wisdom and kindness guide all families and friends of Scoil Ide during these challenging times.


An bhfaca tú an Elf?
Have you spotted our very special visitor around Scoil Íde lately? We have a new friend who has arrived from the North Pole and has starting hiding around the school. If you see him, make sure you tell your teacher. Remember to use your Gaeilge; if anyone asks you "An bhfaca tú an Elf?" you can replay "Chonaic mé an elf" if you have seem him or "Ní fhaca mé an elf" if you havn't spotted him just yet.


Santa Claus Is Coming To Town
The boys and girls had a very special surprise this week when the main man in red arrived in our school. All the boys and girls had a lovely time chatting to Santa and singing him Christmas carols. Santa told us that all the students in Scoil Íde are on the Nice List and loved reading all their Santa letters. We know everyone is looking forward to Santa visiting our homes on Christmas Eve.
Réalta na Míosa
Every month a child from each class from JI-6th class is chosen as Réalta na Míosa (Star of the Month). This child could be someone who has shown great kidness towards others, has put in great effort with their work, used beautiful manners or is generally an all round nice person to be around.

During Tionól, this person receives a trophy and a certificate to bring home to show to their family and friends.

Check out our slide show, on the right, to see our latest Réalta na Míosa winners.
Click on the Réalta na Míosa tab on the sidebar to see our previous winners.
Christmas Art
All the students in Scoil Íde have been working very hard and showcasing their artistic talent. Check out our Chritsmas Art Gallery to see everyone's fabulous work.
Gaeilgeoir na Míosa
Gach mí buafaidh páiste amháin as gach rang Gaeilgeoir na Míosa. Beidh an bua ag an páiste a dhéanfaidh an iarracht is fearr Gaeilge a labhairt chomh fada agus is féidir. Comhgairdeas le buathóir na míosa seo.

Every month one child, from each class, will win Gaeilgeor na Míosa. The winner is the child who has made the best effort to speak Gaeilge as much as possible. Congratulations to this month's winner.
World Book Day
Happy World Book Day Everybody! We have had a fantastic time celebrating in Scoil Ide. Everyone, including the staff, made a huge effort to dress up as their favourite book character. We also transformed our classroom doors into book covers. Everyone made beautiful book thememd bunting and took part in school wide DEAR time. Thank you to Ms. Kelly for organising all the World Book Day events. It was a huge success!
Pancake Fun in Scoil Ide
We celebrated Pancake or Shove Tuesday yesterday in Scoil Ide. Classes had great fun piling a variety of toppings high on their pancakes. Honey was a particular favourite. We eat pancakes on Pancake Tuesday, the day preceding Lent, because they are a way to use up rich foods such as eggs, milk, and sugar, before the fasting season of the 40 days of Lent.
10@10
As part of our ongoing commitment to our Active Flag, we are once again taking part in 10@10. Everyday we do 10 minutes of exercise at 10am in our classrooms. Every Friday the whole school comes together to do 10@10 on the yard. Mr.McCrathy choses the class and the teacher that have put the most effort in during 10@10 and they are crowned 10@10 champions for that week. Click here to try 10@10 yourself.

10@10  Class Champions
Week 1: Junior Infants Rm 2
Week 2: 5th Class Rm 10

10@10 Teacher Champions
Week 1: Ms. F McGrath
Week 2: Ms. Kelly





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50th Anniversay Celebrations
Aladdin Parent Log
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St. Ita
Active Schools
Nano Nagle
Our Mission Statement
Our school is committed to the full and proper development of all aspects of the individual pupil, for personal and family life, for working life, for living in the community and for leisure. We are committed to providing the best possible environment to facilitate this development.

The ethos of our school is the core value of Scoil Íde, reflecting a caring, tolerant, catholic and multi-denominational community. We hope to achieve this through co-operation and understanding between home and school.

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Scoil Ide as a Roman Catholic School (which is established in connection with the Minister for Education) aims at promoting the full and harmonious development of all aspects of the person of the pupil: intellectual, physical, cultural, moral and spiritual, including a living relationship with God and with other people. The school models and promotes a philosophy of life inspired by belief in God and in the life, health and resurrection of Jesus Christ. The Catholic school provides Religious education for the pupils in accordance with the doctrines, practices and tradition of the Roman Catholic Church and promotes the formation of the pupils in the Catholic Faith.
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