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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.
A big congratulations to Patricia in 5th class who recently won 1st place in her category in the Dublin Bus Art Competion. As part of her prize her picture is publisheed in the 2016 Dublin Bus Calendar.
Well done Patricia!
Past pupil Catherine Skikun will also have her picture published in the calendar.
The pupils and staff of Scoil Íde were all delighted to welcome the Sam Maguire to the school last week accompanied by James McCarty and members of Round Towers GAA club.
It was a sea of blue as the whole school went out to the yard to cheer and celebrate the success of the Dublin Football Team.
For more photos click here.
4th Green Flag!
Well done to all the children in Scoil Íde for their recent of the 4th Green School Flag. This flag was awarded for the great work in Scoil Íde regarding 'Travel'. Travel is the fourth theme of the Green-Schools programme. CHildren in Scoil Íde have been making green efforts to walk to school and leave the car home. The Travel theme is funded by the Department of Transport, Tourism and Sport and supported by the National Transport Authority. More information can be found here about the travel programme. A special congrations to Ms. O'Neill, Ms. Downey and the committee.
Annual School Walk.
We all set off on our annual walk on Monday 12th October. 1st to 6th class walked to Corkagh Park and took in the beautiful views. We even had time to stop in the playground on our way back. The infants trekked down around the convent.
For pictures of our walk click here.
Thanks to everyone who sent in sponsorship. Every little helps!
On Wednesday 30th of September Scoil Íde welcomed two members of the Irish Defence Forces who presented our school with an Irish Flag, a booklet on how to care for the flag, a poster of Amhrán na bhFiann, the national anthem and a poster of the history of Óglaigh na hEireann.
The presentation included a history of the national flag and the correct protocol for its use.
The Defence Forces member also read part of the Proclamation assisted by Mia in 6th class. The flag was then presented to our Principal and our two youngest members of our school community.
Our flag will be raised on Proclamation Day March 15th 2016.