Our Lady’s National School is a Co-Ed primary parish school. Founded in 1958 it has been serving the parish of Clonskeagh and the surrounding areas for more than half a century. It is a mainstream mixed school with classes from Junior Infants to Sixth class.
Location: St. Columbanus Road, Dublin 14
Telephone: +353 (1) 298 1989
School Hours: M-F: 8.50am – 2.45pm
Roll Number: 19922E
Learn By Doing
The curriculum is carefully designed to have challenge and balance. Pupils are well grounded in Mathematics and English; teachers push the pupils’ interests and further their development in many subjects, and project work encourages mental aptitude as well as preparing pupils for the future.
There are many opportunities to enrich class work through trips and workshops. Irish is studied from Junior Infants through to 6th class with a good standard being achieved by all pupils.
Our Lady’s Mission & Ethos
Our Lady’s N.S. strives to provide a joyful learning environment that empowers children to reach their educational and personal potential.
Our Lady’s N.S. is committed to providing an environment that promotes self-worth, in which the unique social, emotional, physical and intellectual needs of each pupil are addressed. Teachers will adhere to implementing the latest curriculum. This will be executed in a cohesive, democratic system of communication between all the partners involved, for the optimum development of the child.
From Our Principal
” Our Lady’s aims to provide a caring and enlightened environment in which the talents of each individual flourish. We encourage our pupils to be creative, tolerant and to strive for academic, sporting and cultural excellence. Respect for tradition and an openness to innovation are equally valued. Our small size and envious pupil-teacher ratio allow Our Lady’s to foster a family atmosphere at the school where all students are cherished and nurtured equally. “
– Mrs Edel Collins
“Ar shon gach aon duine at‡ p‡irteach i Scoil na Maighdine Muire anseo ins Na Glas‡in I gCluain Sceach ba mhaith liom f‡ilte fial flaithiœil a chur romhadh.
Is m—r an on—ir domsa a bheith mar phr’omho’de don scoil iontach seo a bhfuil c‡it air i bhfad is i gcéin. Gach rath oraibh go léir.
Our Upcoming Curricular Events & Activities
Facilities and Organizations
Our Lady’s is proud of the range of facilities the school offers to its pupils. We are continually assessing the needs of our students and, with the help of the school community, upgrading the facilities accordingly.
The mission of the Parents’ Association of Our Lady’s National School, Clonskeagh is to provide support to the pupils, parents and staff in the nurturing and education of all our children, in an inclusive environment with the help of our local community.
School Meals Program
Our Lady’s N.S. is part of the Department of Education and Skills School Meals Programme. We promote a healthy diet through our service provider.
The academic standards are consistantly high at Our Lady’s and we take great pride in our pupils achievments both in and out of the classroom.
Our Lady’s provide many extracurricular activities for pupils covering a wide variety of interests and abilities. Our Home School Community Liaison Officer organises many parent classes throughout the academic year also
Technology In the Classroom
The school is well equipped with an array of digital devices such as laptops, tablets, cameras, and interactive white-boards in every classroom. For more details on the school’s ICT facilities visit our ICT page.
Our News & Announcements
Keep up to date wit the latest news, information and announcements from Our Lady’s Clonskeagh National School.
Everyone enjoyed our Active Week. There were many exciting activities like Boxercise and Dance classes along with a whole school outdoor disco! All classes participated in various sports like hurling, basketball and hockey. We had a day of activities including tug of...
It was wonderful to have our May Procession again this year. We sincerely thank Sr. Nora who led us in prayer and we also thank the local community for ensuring that the grotto was looking splendid and for coming out to support our pupils during the procession.
We celebrated our Intercultural Day on Thursday 30th March. Intercultural Day is a special and very much enjoyed day in the school calendar. It provides the pupils with the opportunity to take part in a wide range of activities that celebrate diversity and the many...