There are some school places available in some classes in St. Oliver Plunkett’s Primary school in Balrothery for the upcoming school year. Any parents interested can contact the school office for further information. The staff at Balrothery N.S aim to create a climate of physical, emotional, (more…)
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There will be no stopping the music this March when the first ever Fingal International Festival of Voices is staged from March 12-15 in Balbriggan! As part of preparations for the Festival, eleven schools around Balbriggan have signed up for free singing workshops as part of an outreach (more…)
Gardaí in Balbriggan responded to a welcome 999 call today when they were requested to provide an escort for Santa on his visits to local Primary Schools. On receipt of the call the members of the Garda Band were summonsed to provide Jingle Bells, HoHoHo music and songs to warm up the (more…)
Balbriggan, Balrothery & Lusk schools chosen to participate in pilot Creative Schools scheme from this September – Farrell0 June 11, 2018 ADMIN
Fine Gael TD for Dublin Fingal, Alan Farrell, has said that children here in the North County have been chosen to participate in a pilot Creative Schools scheme. This will give them increased access to creative activities in schools as part of Arts Council led initiative of the Creative Ireland (more…)
11 year old Molly Sheehan attends primary school in Balrothery National School. Molly dreams of becoming a famous writer one day and this Christmas she penned a lovely poem which we are sure you will all enjoy. Well done Molly and we look forward to seeing more of your work (more…)
The Balbriggan Gardai run a Christmas card competition with the local primary schools in Balbriggan each year. This years theme was Winter safety and the overall winner was 12 year old Kevin Dowling from 6th class St Molaga’s N.S. Kevin’s design will be used by Balbriggan Garda Station as the (more…)
St Oliver Plunkett’s NS in Balrothery received their yellow flag at an award ceremony in Liberty Hall on Tuesday 26th April for their work on promoting diversity and inclusiveness. The Yellow Flag Programme provides a practical series of 8 steps that brings issues of interculturalism, equality and (more…)
It was a fantastic night in St. Peter & Paul’s Church last night when the Celtic Tenors came to town. First to perform was the lovely choir from Balscadden National School who opened the show, followed by Fr Chris singing Neil Diamond’s ‘Sweet Caroline’. Amy Campbell gave a (more…)
Tuesday March 15th, 2016 was Proclamation Day and every school around the country was invited to share the results of their Proclamation for a New Generation, and other creative projects relating to 1916 . Yesterday Mr. PJ Keary former Principal at Balrothery N.S read the Proclamation (more…)
The class of 1976 from Balrothery National school held their 40 year reunion on Friday night in the Balrothery Inn. Teachers Mrs O ‘Connor, Mr Brendan Griffin, PJ Keary were in attendance and had plenty of stories to tell and Mrs O’Connor (Principal from 1975 to 2006) gave a roll call (more…)
The Balbriggan Gardai run a Christmas card competition with the local primary schools in Balbriggan each year. This years theme was Keep Balbriggan Safe and the overall winner was Cebhan Houshidari from Gaelscoil Bhaile Brigin. Cebhan won a laptop for his school and €50 and his design will be (more…)
Balrothery NS held its second Intercultural since becoming part of the Yellow Flag programme. We decided to address inclusion through music. The yellow flag committee which is made up of teachers, principal , parent and pupils organised a day of musical entertainment. Musicantia , (more…)