The Winter Fair, runs from 2pm to 5pm, on Sunday 3rd December. Although some parents have put their names forward to help out, we still need several more people in order to run this very busy event. Mums and Dads, there's a "job" to suit you and with enough people, you will be free after an hour. Can you help? Please message or phone Karen: Karen Mulvey, Tel: 087 238 1979 Information on the Fair: click here

SVP Christmas Food Appeal

This year 6th Class are organising our St. Vincent de Paul Christmas Food Appeal. You can help by donating non-perishable festive food items to the School Office, or sending in with your child (there are SVP Boxes in each Classroom). Click for guidelines of what to donate Deadline: Thursday 14th December Last year thousands of families across communities in Ireland celebrated Christmas because of help from people like you. Thank you for helping to put food on the table. Any help you can give people in need in your community this Christmas is most appreciated.

"Bag2School" Clothes Collection: Tuesday 21st November

Fundraising Clothes Collection for ‘Bag2school’ will take place on Tuesday 21st November. Thank you so much to all of you who dropped off bags of clothes, shoes, handbags, soft toys & mobile phones, etc to the school. If you have any bags you wish to send in, please be aware of Tuesday's deadline. Thank you.

Fashion Show - Saturday 25th November

Three of our past pupils Aoife Byrne, Olivia Dore and Eadaoin Hassett have been selected to represent Ireland in the World Championships for Performing Arts in Los Angeles 2018. This is a huge honour and an amazing opportunity for the girls. However the cost of entry , costuming, headshots , sound recordings etc, as well as getting there brings the cost to €4,000. To help the girls on their way, a Fashion Show will be held in Newbridge Town Hall on Saturday 25th November at 7.00p.m. A glass of prosecco on arrival, fashions by Debenhams , Benetton, Twirl and others; goodie bags and a raffle. It promises to be a great night. Tickets are €20 each and contact Yvonne Hassett at 087 253 9001 for

Christmas Annuals - Available Now

The annual Folens Christmas books (Súgradh, Spraoi, Siamsa & Sónas) are now available for purchase in the School Office, priced €4 each. *each comes with either a pencil/eraser OR pen.

Coffee Morning - Jack & Jill Foundation

Nurses Grainne Barry & Brenda Palmer (also parents at Scoil Bhríde) are hosting this Coffee Morning on Wednesay, so do try pop in. Date: Wednesday 8th November Time: from 9:15a.m. Venue: Athgarvan Pitch & Putt Clubhouse As Nurses, Grainne and Brenda have years of experience working with The Jack & Jill Foundation. They have seen first hand how your support helps those in need. The Jack & Jill Foundation helps families of young children, who suffer with life-limiting conditions. One of the most important forms of assistance is home respite care. Jack & Jill children require intensive home nursing care. Jack & Jill gives families THE GIFT OF TIME - time for the basics: do the shopping,

CPR Training October 2017

Our thanks to Mary Kavanagh and the other members of the local Order of Malta who visited Scoil Bhríde on Wednesday 25th October and taught CPR and First Aid to the 4th, 5th and 6th classes.

Halloween 2017 Photos

Hope you enjoy all the photos from our Halloween Parade and foggy Curragh Walk. The effort, imagination, and in some cases, engineering involved was just amazing to see! Well done children! (and well done parents!!) Click here.

Playball - New Term

A new term of Playball classes starts on Thursday, 9th November. If your child is interested, click here. Term: 6 weeks From: Thursday 9th November To: Thursday 14th December Time: 3pm - 4pm Venue: GP Room Cost: €39 per child For: Junior Infants through to 4th Class

Under 11 Boys Champions

Congratulations to the U11 Boys who were successful in the Cumann na mBunscoil Final in Moorefield on Thursday 26th October. The game had been postponed on two occasions due to Hurricane Ophelia and Storm Brian so it was with great excitement and anticipation that the boys finally lined up to face Nurney. Nurney came to the final unbeaten, with a strong team and having previously defeated Athgarvan in an earlier league game. The game was close with a point separating the teams at half time. The Athgarvan team having learned from their previous meeting took a grip of the game in the second-half to win the cup. It was a well-deserved victory for the team and the players were presented with th

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