Congratulations to second class who received the sacrament of First Holy Communion on Saturday 19th May. See them here.
Senior Infants visited Lullymore Heritage Park on 16th May. Read about it here.
Click here to see pictures of the Junior Infants on their Teddy Bears Picnic
Heritage Trips: Fifth Class visited Killinthomas Woods on 30th April.
Fourth Class visited the Pollardstown Fen and the Curragh on 26th April
Third Class visited the Bog of Allen Nature Centre on 25th April
Bunscoil Bhríde quiz team make it through to the National Round of the Credit Union Quiz Competition in RDS- click here for more details
Maths Easter Egg Hunt - read about it here
Fifth Class travelled to Lock 25 on the Barrow Line in Monasterevin to discover the automated mechanisms in a lifting road bridge and to view the lock system in operation - view their trip here
Bunscoil Bhríde Concerts 2017/18 - Click here for photographs of all of our classes performing on stage
Seachtain na Gaeilge ag Bunscoil Bhríde - féach ar na pictiúirí ón gCéilí Mór anseo
Congratulations to our Sixth Class who recently received the sacrament of Confirmation - see them here
World Book Day and Book Fair at Bunscoil Bhríde - click here for more information
Skipping workshop at Bunscoil Bhríde. Click here for photographs
We celebrated Catholic Schools Week at Bunscoil Bhríde from Monday 29th January to Friday 2nd February. Click here for photographs
Dates for the Diary: Click here for a timetable of events taking place this term at Bunscoil Bhríde
Sixth Class were one of the few primary school groups in the country selected to present their Science Project at the RDS on Friday 12th January. Click here to read more and view photographs of the event.
Fifth class recently took part in a fabulous sewing workshop kindly facilitated by Aideen Cross. Click here to find out more.
In November Third and Fourth Class participated in the 'Creative Rathangan' project, which brought them to Tannery Park and Rathangan Library. Click here to read more and view photographs of the trip.
In September the whole-school took part in National Fitness Day. Click here for more information.
Rathangan gets its name from 'Iomgháins Rath', the remains of which still can be seen at the top of the town. Throughout the years, the town has been shaped by many influences and events such as the 1798 Rebellion, the Grand Canal and Bórd na Móna. Click here for more information.
This year Bunscoil Bhríde will be working towards achieving our second Active Schools flag. Bearing in mind that it is recommended that all children should be taking part in moderate to vigorous exercise for sixty minutes every day, the Active schools committee has come up with lots of good ideas to encourage us all to be more active. Click here for more information.