Confirmation and First Holy Communion Dates

Dates have been confirmed for First Holy Communion and Confirmation for the second and sixth class boys in Drimnagh Castle Primary. Confirmation will take place in Walkinstown Church at 12:00pm on Thursday 12th March 2020. First Holy Communion will take place in the same venue at 11:30am on Saturday 23rd May 2020. All help would…

Football Season in Full Swing

This year’s Cumann na mBunscol gaelic football league has just kicked off and our school’s gaelic football team is on a mission to reach Croke Park once more. In our group is St Mary’s Rathfarnham, Ballyroan and St Pius X Terenure. Everybody on the team is very excited but also focused with the challenge in…

Class Cooking

                  About two weeks ago one evening and the school picked some fresh courgettes from our big school garden. One of them was a little too big, so they thought of ways to use it. Ms Sheridan, one of the teachers in our school decided that she…

Welcome Back!

A big welcome back to all the students and staff of Drimnagh Castle. We hope that you all had a really enjoyable summer and have come back refreshed and ready for action! We are already in full flight here with many of our extra curricular activities back in action including Gaelic Football and Boxing. We…

Fifth Class Visits The Ark

On the 14th of June 2019, all Drimnagh Castle 5th class took the luas to The  Ark centre in Town. It was the ‘Right Here, Right Now’ children’s  rally where a group of children from 3rd to 6th got to discuss children’s rights. There was around 4 other  schools  there and 4 boys from our…

Room 14 go to Bloom

Last week we went to Bloom 2019. The first the thing we did was food dudes. A man told us about how to grow fruits, vegetables and herbs at home. After that we went to a little garden where a man told us about bees, butterflies and other types of insects and how they help…

The Minister for education visits Drimnagh Castle.

On Wednesday, 27th March, Joe McHugh, minister for education, visited Drimnagh Castle Primary School to introduce the School Inclusion Model (including all kinds of people). Representatives of news channels, newspapers and other forms of media had attended this occasion. It took place in the school’s hall. He also visited Ms. O’Brien’s class (Room 3) and…