We’re in the Echo….again!
Not only were we lucky enough to have John Spillane come to visit us today (see some photos and videos here), we also made it onto today’s Echo. Have a look for yourself:
Visit of Billy Kelleher, MEP
We were delighted to welcome Billy Kelleher, MEP to our school this morning. Billy came to visit as part of our participation in the EU’s Blue Star Programme. Click here to read more about his visit.
Visit from the Lord Mayor
We kicked off our school year with a special visit from the Lord Mayor Kieran McCarthy. Our junior classes welcomed the Lord Mayor to the school with “Beautiful City” and were delighted to see the solid gold chain of office. The senior girls gave a beautiful rendition of Ireland’s Call – can you tell we’re...
Visit from Douglas Community Gardaí
Community Garda Aoife Walsh dropped in to both sixth classes today to talk to them about the importance of staying safe online. She also talked to the girls about her job and answered lots of the questions they had. If you want to know more about internet safety, check out Webwise.ie
Turning Red for the Rebels
Eglantine was a sea of red today as the girls wore red with pride to support Cork in the Men’s Munster Football Final on Sunday
Trip to Douglas Village
Here’s a sneak preview of our show in Douglas Village Shopping Centre on Thursday 28th September at 11am. Ms Ryan’s class are singing and having a great time , and champion dancer Belle Scannell is dancing for us in the show.
The Return of Schoolovision
Schoolovision fever is taking over Eglantine! The girls from 3rd-6th class have been busy composing their own songs and the finalists were chosen before the Christmas holidays. They’re all getting ready for their big performance on Friday, 10th February. Teachers and SNAs have been working hard to help the girls perfect their routines, and of...
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Swimmming at Eglantine
Well done to all of our swimmers on their achievements Alexandra also won gold in her individual butterfly and bronze in the freestyle! Rebecca, Isabel, Sophie, Jenny and Rachel all recorded personal bests. We are beyond proud of all of you! 🏊♀️ — Scoil Bhríde Eglantine (@EglantineNS) March 28, 2023
We welcomed The West Midlands Theatre Company into our school this morning. The children were delighted to watch them perform ‘The Lost Emerald of Aswan’ Click here for some more photos!