5th & 6th Girls Tag Rugby

5th and 6th Class girls had an AMAZING day at Clontarf Rugby Club for the tag blitz. Not only did they win EVERY match that they played, but they represented themselves and the school with such pride and sportsmanship. The girls were so kind, inclusive, helpful and polite to Miss Godfrey, Mrs Sparksman, the referees […]

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2023 Admissions

All junior infant places for 2023 have now been filled.  Any applications received after this point will be added to our waiting list. Notices, policies and the application form for admission to other year groups can be found in the sub-heading “Admission to St Columba’s” which is located under the Information tab.

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Marathon Kids….

Congratulations to 5th & 6th class who managed to complete a full Marathon in bite sized chunks during this term. Runs in Fairview park every week added up to a massive 42.195km. The final run on Wednesday 14th December was a great event and we were delighted to welcome John Sweeney from Dublin City Council […]

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Bug Hotel

On Thursday 20th October, 5th Class along with the teacher training students in Marino Institute of Education built two bug hotels in Mud Island. These will hopefully home some interesting wildlife over the next few months. Thanks to Sandra from Marino and Paul in Mud Island for their amazing work and help. 5th Class were […]

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GAA Blitz

Congratulations to our 5th & 6th class pupils who participated in a GAA Blitz recently. The children had a great time and played exceptionally well in all competitions. The boys played in two separate leagues and eventually were merged to play in the Cup Final where they were beaten by the narrowest of margins by […]

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Junior & Senior Infants – recent work

Miss Gordon’s students have been very busy lately, here are some pictures of their recent activities:

The Infants have great fun perfecting their soccer
every Tuesday.

We made rice crispies with 5th class and they helped us
draw some pictures
and write the recipe to make rice crispies.


We are learning about the Emergency services this month,
we had some excellent doctors, nurses and patients in
Aistear this week.




We did some collaborative art this week and made a bright and colourful rainbow.


…and once again the infants celebrate their Good Manners
challenge win – congratulations boys and girls, maith sibh!

Snooker star of the future ….

Our very own 6th class super (snooker) star Oscar took part in the Snooker & Billiards Ireland U-14 Championships when they were held in Newbridge CYMS in Co Kildare recently.  As reported: Newcomer Oscar from Dublin was SUPERB on the day and is a real star of the future. Congratulations and very well done Oscar.

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