Name that instrument!

Basketballs and shuttlecocks were swopped for Piccolos, French Horns and Tubas when the Garda Band came to call. Instead of energetic sport we had an energetic musical concert with participation from students and staff. A 'joyful' time was had by all.

read more

Mary Ward Day

Today our school community is coming together to celebrate our founder Mary Ward. The theme for today is Joy.

read more

Business Awards

The following students received awards for achieving a Distinction in their 2019 Junior Cycle Business Studies exam last night (15 January) from the UCD Quinn School of Business: Aoife Canavan, Sarah Ivory, Rachel Kalinin, Maeve O'Brien and Emma Prendergast. Well done...

read more

World Archery

We would like to wish the best of luck to Thea Fogarty (Fifth Year) who will be travelling to Nimes in France to represent Ireland at the World Archery International world series event. Thea the school community are very proud of you.

read more

Senior Basketball

Congratulations to the Senior Basketball team who defeated Loreto Beaufort 44 to 24 today in their Semi-Final, Monday 13 January. We wish them the very best of luck in their forth coming Final.

read more

Period Poverty

Sixth Years Hannah Leonard (Environment Prefect) and Vanessa Foster (Social Awareness Prefect) were invited on the East Coast FM Morning Show on Thursday 9 January to discuss the school's recent campaign to raise awareness about Period Poverty and Sustainable Fashion....

read more

Congratulations

Well done to our Under 19 Badminton team who are through to the Dublin Division 2 Final and the Leinster Finals.  

read more

Junior Cert Class 2019

Congratulations to the Junior Cert classes of 2019 who today received their JCPA certificates. Well done girls!

read more

Our ‘Green’ visitors

HAPSOC were delighted to welcome Green Party representatives Deputy Catherine Martin and Councillor Lourda Scott to speak to the group on Tuesday 10 December. Both spoke about how they entered politics and their plans and vision for the future. A thoroughly enjoyable,...

read more

A big Christmas ‘thank you’

A big thank you to all staff, parents, students and friends who contributed to our Barnardos Toy Appeal. Sr. Phil’s office was a sight to behold throughout the day as more and more toys made an appearance. It was magic!. 

read more

‘Spelling Bee’ 2019

The fourth annual First Year Spelling Bee took place in early December.The preliminary round saw the largest ever turnout with seventy First Year students taking part; seeing eleven qualify for the Grand Final which was held in the Mary Ward A.P.A., with all First...

read more

Child Talks 2019

Congratulations to Kate Murphy (Fourth Year) who participated in Child Talks 2019 on World Children’s Day in Dublin Castle. The young people spoke about issues that are important to them. The talks were attended by the Ombudsman for Children, Dr. Niall Muldoon and the...

read more

Toy Appeal

Our annual Barnardos toy appeal will take place on Thursday 5 December. Toys can be left in Sr. Phil’s office throughout the day on Thursday. Please support this very worthy cause.

read more

The Season of Advent

In this season of Advent, inspire us to be people of FAITH. Encourage us to strive for justice and truth. Bless us with a LOVE for others, which crosses boundaries of Race, Religion and Nationality. Give us an appreciation of the immense beauty of the earth. Be with...

read more

HAPSOC host Mary Hanafin

Former Government Minister, Mary Hanafin, visited the school during PoP week and spoke to HAPSOC and the Sixth Year Groups. Her wise and kind words left a positive message in the minds of all those who had the privilege to hear her speak

read more