Every School Day Matters
St. Louis is taking part in Tusla’s “Every School Day Matters”. Consistent, regular attendance at school builds children’s self-esteem and concentration. We love seeing your children every day in St. Louis. Click here for further information on school attendance for parents from Túsla.
Important information for parents
In order to help us communicate better with one another as school and parent body; please click here for details on Aladdin Connect.
Spellings for Me!
Click here to login to the revolutionary, individualised spelling programme "Spellings for Me".
We are very excited to see our students progress through this programme and work on their spellings at their ability level. This innovative programme has been created by our very own Ms Emma Doherty and former St. Louis Staff member Mr Patrick Grace; we are so very proud of them and indebted to them for creating such a valuable tool for our students to use to improve their spelling ability.
We are officially the BEST Primary School Orchestra in Ireland
Massive CONGRATULATIONS to our Junior Orchestra and their conductor Peter Ryan who won FIRST PRIZE in the Feis Ceoil. This is a huge achievement and we are so proud. Click here for photos of the event from the Irish Times
We are an Active School
Congratulations to all our students and staff on all their Active initiatives this year. We are officially an Active School and have been awarded our Active Flag. We look forward to the raising of the Active Flag during Active week; June 10th to 14th. And Remember: "Hop, skip, run and play; let's get active everyday!"
Need a Friend? Be a Friend 🙂
We pride ourselves in St. Louis SPS in our positive, friendly, kind behaviour to one another. Friendship Fortnight takes place in the First Term every year and is one of the highlights of our school calendar
Together for a Safer Internet
St. Louis SPS marked European Safer Internet Day in Feb 5th. Click the picture to access resources and advice for parents
Huge Congratulations to all our athletes who attended Santry Sports Monday May 20th and Tuesday May 28th.
Look at our new school yard!
We are thrilled with the upgraded play area funded by the BOM and Parents' Association Fundraising efforts. Huge thanks to all involved in this project.
Our Medal Winners
Particular Congratulations to our medal winners; Kate Howley who won Gold for her High Jump U11 She jumped 120cm, Georgie Giri won Silver for U14 High Jump; Georgie Jumped 135cm and Ruby Hart won Bronze in the U14 Hurdles. Well done ladies!!
Peace Proms 2019
Huge congratulations to our school choir on their performance for President Michael D Higgins at the Peace Proms on Sunday February 3rd. A fantastic event for all involved. Thank you to the Team of teachers leading our choir every Tuesday and Thursday mornings.
Click on the picture for a snippet of the crowd and the energy of the event.
Stay Safe Programme
2nd, 3rd and 5th class are all teaching the Stay Safe Programme. Information notes have been sent home about the programme. For further information and parents' resources; click the picture.
We welcomed the Sam Maguire to St. Louis SPS
Our GAA team were delighted to have their photo taken with the Sam Maguire cup
Click here to read or download the October Newsletter
Click here to watch a video review of some of our favourite memories from all the activities and events we got to experience in St. Louis SPS this Academic year
St. Louis Senior Primary School is a co-educational Primary School, catering for students from Second to Sixth class, in which we strive to provide a well ordered, caring, happy and secure environment where learning opportunities abound. Our school fosters a welcoming, positive and inclusive climate where values of self worth, equality and understanding are cherished and promoted. We endeavour to enhance the self esteem of all within our school, imbuing in our pupils respect for themselves and others and developing in them the concept of civic responsibility.
Our school provides Religious Education in accordance with the practices and traditions of the Roman Catholic Church, but we are respectful of and cherish other Religious beliefs within our school. We welcome pupils of all faith, including those of none.
We promote an appreciation and love of Irish culture and language while also forging a knowledge of and respect for other cultures within our school. Our school motto is “Growing and Learning Together” and this is our mission as we prepare our pupils for lifelong learning and further education.
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