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Our Lady of Lourdes National School, Inchicore, Dublin


2nd Dec 2022

There is a great buzz around the school this week as teachers and children get their classroom doors ready for a competition. 

We are decorating our doors and it will be judged by Ms. Hanly Tony and an independent adjudicator from Brokke and Delap.

May the best door win 😁

30th Nov 2022

Many thanks to all those that supported our Book Fair. It was fantastic to see all the children so interested in looking at and reading books whether it was the books from Book Fair, our second hand books or our selection of free books.

We receive a return of 60% of earnings from the book fair and as a result we have over €450 in credit to buy books for our school. 

24th Nov 2022

3rd Class enjoyed making calibrated containers when we were investigating capacity.

21st Nov 2022

Parent Teacher Meetings take place next Tuesday and Wednesday. Teachers will be in touch with you regarding an appointment that suits you both. Thank you.

18th Nov 2022

We have been learning about colours in Gaeilge. Listen to our poem “Bogha Baistí” which means Rainbow as Gaeilge.

5th Nov 2022

3rd Class worked really well studying electricity and circuits. We also made amazing lighthouses as part of our learning.

28th Oct 2022

Junior Infants became doctors and patients this month in Aistear. The Witches also broke into our Home corner and transformed it into a Witches Kitchen with lots of ingredients for us to make spooky potions

24th Oct 2022

Last week was Maths week! We did lots of wonderful activities such as measuring each other with cubes and cuisenaire rods. We were able to compare who was the tallest in each of our groups!

We were extremely lucky that some of the boys and girls from 4th and 5th class came to join us for Maths for Fun! We had lots of fun!

21st Oct 2022
  1. Third classes went to IMMA today for an art workshop. ­
18th Oct 2022

I'm very sorry to say that Fr Louis has died. He was a marvelous person and a great friend to our school.  Louis had a great sense of social justice and cared so much about the issues and people in our community. He combined all of that with a great sense of fun. We will miss his presence in school. May his gentle soul rest in peace.