19th Sep 2016

The Rainbows programme will be returning to Scoil Mhuire in October. This programme involves 12 weekly after-school support meetings for children who have experienced a significant family change. When something significant happens in a family, the entire family is affected. […]

6th Sep 2016

Art & Craft afterschool classes will be starting  Tuesday (20th September) Junior/Senior Infants  – 1.30 pm – 2.30pm 1st – 6th  classes – 2.30pm  – 3.30pm Activities include painting, drawing, dough clay, 3D construction, scrapbooking and much more. The cost […]

31st Aug 2016

I have been asked by the Dept of Children and Youth Affairs to draw your attention to the Community Childcare Subvention (CCS) Programme. This programme helps with funding childcare for parents / guardians who are on low income, in education […]

31st Aug 2016

It’s back to school time again and back to the hassle of deciding what to put in the lunchbox. Here’s a few helpful video suggestions from our friends over in DCU! Have a look – they’re quite good! Monday – […]

8th Jan 2016

In December the Parents’ Association held a Cake Sale to raise funds for the school. A total of €935 was raised on the day – a big thank you to everybody who made it such a great success.

14th Dec 2015

CHRISTMAS MINDFUL PARENTING EVENING SCOIL MHUIRE, AIRLIE HEIGHTS, LUCAN WEDNESDAY 16TH DECEMBER, 2015 7.30PM-9.30PM  Give yourself the gift of time to discover the magic of Christmas. Learn tools to create a more relaxed and peaceful Christmas for you and your […]

14th Oct 2015

The Parents Association AGM is on this Thursday, Oct 15 at 7.30pm in the school staffroom. Then Guest Speaker, Joseph Driessen from New Zealand will give a presentation on “Parenting children for success at school” from 8pm. This presentation will […]

2nd Sep 2015

At the beginning of every school year some children are unsure of our rule around mobile phones. Below I have outlined our position. Children in Scoil Mhuire are not permitted to have a mobile phone with them in school. This […]

29th Jun 2015

We have decided to continue the summer reading initiative that we began last year. The purpose of which is to encourage students to become lifelong readers and to provide fun and engaging ways to build their independent reading skills. Avoiding […]