Learning about 1916 in Room 1

The boys and girls in Room 1 created these beautiful posters after learning about what life was like in Ireland 100 years ago. We discovered lots of

interesting facts about the Irish flag also. Did you know Thomas Francis Meagher was the first man to fly the Irish flag in Waterford in 


Raising the Irish flag in St. Louis

On the 15th of March 2016, St. Louis SPS and St. Louis Infant School took part in a special ceremony to commemorate the 100 year anniversary of the Easter Rising that happened in 1916.

Both schools were presented with a tri-colour Irish flag by some soldiers from Cathal Brugha barracks last year and we raised them together at 12 o’ clock.

Cian and Kate from 6th class read the proclamation to the pupils and everybody sung the national anthem Amhrán na bhFiann together with the help of the St. Louis SPS choir.

It was a great ceremony.


Céilí mór 2016

All of the pupils and teachers gathered in the yard to learn some new Irish dances.

Mr. Mc Garrigle taught us some new steps and we danced together.

It was great fun learning new Irish dances.

Gaeilge – Seomra 6

Bhí na páistí i rang a dó sa seomra 6 ag caint Gaeilge faoin téama “Mé féin”.

Bhí áthas ar na páistí.


Seachtain na Gaeilge ceolcoirm 2014

All of the pupils and teachers came to Halla Cullen for the annual ceoilcoirm to celebrate Seachtain na Gaeilge and St. Partick’s Day.

All of the boys and girls were working hard to prepare different poems, songs, dances and dramas as Gaeilge.

It was a great day and thanks to Mr. Mooney for all of his hard work.

Pancóg Dé Máirt

D’ith na páistí i rang a ceathair, sa seomra 9 pancóga.

Chuir siad sú líomóide agus siúcra ar na bpancóga.

Bhí na pancóga an-bhlasta.

Ceolcoirm – Seachtain na Gaeilge

All of the pupils came to Halla Cullen to celebrate Seachtain Na Gaeilge.

The different classes performed poems, songs and dramas.

Mr. Mc Garrigle performed some Irish dancing too.


Ceilí Mór sa chlós

All of the boys and girls learned a new Irish dance – ‘The Bridge of Athlone’. Everybody performed it in the yard.

Mr Mc Garrigle taught everyone the dance and we had a great time!