First place in swimming competition

Well done to Dagmara in fifth class, who took part in a swimming competition on Monday. Dagmara came in first place and brought her medal in to show the class. We’re all very proud of her fantastic achievement. 👏👏🎉

Over the past two weeks first class were very lucky to have taken part in rugby sessions with coach Ken, from Leinster Rugby. The class were learning some key skills and drills involved in the sport and had lots of fun with some great future talent presenting themselves. We may have a future Irish rugby …

Sponsored Walk 2015

Our Sponsored Walk is coming around again. It takes place this Friday at 11am. Our walk last year was a great success. We are looking forward to great fun again this year. Don’t forget to get that sponsorship card filled out this week. Have a read of the report from last years walk below. Many thanks, Seamus …

Santry sports 2014

Today 32 boys and girls from 3rd to 6th class went to Morton Stadium in Santry to compete in sprint and relay races! They have worked really hard over the last few weeks and represented their school very well! A special congratulations to Cian O’Malley on his third place finish in the under 11 sprint! …

Strictly Thomas Davis

Strictly Thomas Davis takes place on June 7th in Citywest Hotel. Two parents from St. Dominic’s will take part. Jackie Kavanagh and Catherine Kenna will take to the dance floor to raise funds for their local club. Best of luck to our parents. Contact either parent or http://www.thomasdavisgaa.ie for more information. Thomas Davis have close links …

Great win for camogie team

Our camogie team took to the field today for the second round of their league campaign. After a great match the first day out against St. Kilians, Kingswood which the girls were unlucky to lose they played St. Peter the Apostle, Neilstown today. The match was played in glorious sunshine the St. Dominic’s were much …

Sam Maguire visit

St Dominic’s had a visit recently from Dublin Senior Footballer Darragh Nelson who brought along the Sam Maguire Trophy to the school. Mr Looney was there on the morning also to get us all singing some Dublin songs before the our special guest arrived. Darragh told us what is was like to play for Dublin and all the hard work …

St. Dominic’s Gaelic team are moving onwards and upwards

The boys Gaelic team put in a great effort against the opposition yesterday. We are improving each week and the matches are very exciting to watch. All the boys played their hearts out, right from Jake in goals, to our backs, midfielders and boys in the forwards. The progress has been unreal – keep it …

Congratulations to our Soccer Award Winners

The boys and girls soccer teams held their awards presentation today in the cookery room. The boys 11 a side team were presented with their runners-up medals for the League by Mr Looney, and a total of six separate awards were made. These were; Players’ Player of the Season (voted for by the team): Anthony …