Scoil Bhríde will reopen on Monday, the 9th of April.


A huge congratulations to Billie Jean’s Rhythm Dance Company (RDC) who took home the overall Ireland’s Got Talent prize last night! Well done to all of you and especially to our own Dancing Queens Ali, Sophie and Isabella. You have made us all very proud!




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Ms Kevany’s Infant Class were exhausted after their Easter Egg Hunt!




Junior Infants made a trip to the cinema recently to compliment the current Aistear theme ‘The Cinema’. The boys and girls were all very excited to be making their first bus journey together. They thoroughly enjoyed watching Peter Rabbit with their school friends. A great day was had by all!



The girls from Sixth Class made fabulous story books. They came down to the First Class rooms to share their stories with the younger girls. It was story time with a difference, and everybody really enjoyed it!




The children in Scoil Bhríde had great fun this Pancake Tuesday! Take a look at some photos of the girls from Sixth Class making their pancakes and of the children from Junior Infants Cuisle getting ready to eat theirs! Delicious!! 








Safer Internet Day (SID) is an EU wide initiative to promote a safer internet for all users, especially young people. It is promoted in Ireland by the PDST Technology in Education and Webwise. The Theme for Safer Internet Day 2018 is “Create, connect and share respect: A better internet starts with you”. Safer Internet Day 2018 is celebrated on Tuesday, February 6th. Over 70,000 young people across Ireland joined the celebrations this year.





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6th Class made colourful and informative posters reminding us of the importance of staying safe online.




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Our Junior Infants have spent more than one hundred days in school already! They have learned many new things, made lots of new friends and have had great fun! Take a look at the photos below to see just some of what they have been doing at school …..







Catholic Schools Week was a very special week for us at Scoil Bhríde. The theme for the week was Catholic Schools: Families of Faith. This theme was developed on each of the five days of Catholic Schools Week. The daily themes were: Our Family at Home, Our School Family, Grandparents – A Special Part of Our Family, Our Parish Family and Our World Family. Catholic Schools Week was a wonderful opportunity to really celebrate the Catholic Ethos of Scoil Bhríde.


This beautiful piece of art was produced by Ms Healy’s 2nd Class as part of their work for Catholic Schools Week.


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Grandparents’ Day was held on Wednesday, 30th of January as part of Catholic Schools Week. The day was a great success. The pupils from Third Class invited their grandparents to the school to listen to them singing some songs followed by refreshments and a chat in the hall. The singing was beautiful and we extend a big thank you to the Parents’ Association whose hard work contributed greatly to the success of the day. Thank you also to all the Grandparents who attended. Grandparents play a very important role in the lives of their grandchildren and we were very happy to have the opportunity to show you how much we appreciate all you do for your families!




We celebrated St. Brigid’s Day on the 1st of February. The pupils from Fifth Class prepared a beautiful and reverent prayer service celebrating the life of St Brigid and her many great works. 





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This term we welcomed Mr John Spillane to Scoil Bhríde. John is a singer/songwriter from Cork who performs traditional songs in English and Irish. The pupils worked very hard at learning all the words and it was wonderful to hear them singing along with John and his guitar. The highlight of the performance was our First Class Ukulele Band taking to the stage with John. Here is a sample of some of the songs we’ve learned – ‘I’ll tell me Ma’, ‘Trasna na dTonnta’, ‘Séamuisín’ and ‘The Rattlin Bog’.







Congratulations to all the girls from First Class to Sixth who were awarded prizes for their handwriting this term. Well done to all who entered the handwriting competition and keep up the good work.







We celebrated Presentation Day on the 21st of November. Sixth Class prepared and presented a beautiful Prayer Service in honour of Nano Nagle. Here at Scoil Bhríde we endeavour daily to keep Nano Nagle’s vision alive.





Opening Evening 2017 at Scoil Bhríde was a great success! Various classrooms throughout the school were buzzing with the wonderful activities taking place within. Visitors were entertained by our school band and our choir, dramaí, maths games, coding in the computer room, science experiments in the hall, a gymnastics display, our ukulele band and much, much more. A big thanks to everyone who came along on the night.






 St. Brigid’s Primary School, Midleton

Thursday, 30th of November

6.30 – 8.00




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Mrs. Rea’s class having fun with their skittles!





Science Week was a great success at Scoil Bhríde . The children had hours of fun exploring, analysing, predicting and experimenting at the various stations set up by our Sixth Class girls.






The Junior Infants at Scoil Bhríde are having fun at school and are learning lots every day!




‘Spook-tacular’ fun was had by all at Scoil Bhríde for Hallowe’en this year. Fancy dress parades, treasure hunts, discos, arts and crafts, our Principal, Mrs. Murphy disguised as a witch….. the fun was endless! Take a look at all we got up to while celebrating Hallowe’en this year.








A big ‘Well done!’ to all the children who attended school every day during the school year 2016 / 2017!




Our Sixth Class girls (2016/2017) made a very generous donation to Marymount Hospice. The girls raised the money by giving a portion of the money they received for making their Confirmation to this very worthwhile cause. Well done girls!