We welcome all the new pupils who have joined our school this year and welcome back all of our existing pupils.
Our wish for you is that you will be very happy in Scoil Mháthair Dé and we want you all to achieve to the best of your ability and reach your full potential.
We are a diverse school community from many countries and share many cultures, languages, traditions and religions. We are all equal and we are all very happy to belong to the community that is Scoil Mháthair Dé.
We ask you to always try your best, be kind to everybody and show good example. In Scoil Mháthair Dé we always keep our school rules and we are all proud of our school and proud of our pupils. It is very important to us that we all respect each other.
We look forward to welcoming all our new Junior Infant pupils soon at an Open Day in the school before starting school in the new school year. Date and time tbc
Congratulations to all the boys and girls who received their First Holy Communion in St. Joseph's Church on Saturday 19th. It is a very special family day and a special occasion for our pupils in Rang 2. We wish God's continued blessings on all our pupils and their families. Congratulations
Please inform the school office immediately if you are moving and leaving the school for the next school year 2018-19. Children are waiting for places in SMD. Thanks!
Active School Week ASW2018 takes place all over the country next week! Children will be particularly active at school and are all asked to wear their track suit to school every day. Some of the homework next week will be active! All pupils will have a 'Wake Up Shake Up' session first thing
A football blitz will be held in Mary Immaculate College (MIC) for girls in Third Classes on Wed April 11th. A soccer blitz will be held in Seanchoill, Corbally for girls in Fifth and Sixth Classes on Friday April 13th. Great opportunities and experiences for all the SMD girls to participate
Please ensure that completed enrolment forms for Junior Infants beginning school in September 2018 have been handed into the office. Please read our Enrolment Policy which will inform everybody on our selection criteria. The Department of Education and Skills has published 'A Guide to the
'Planting a Tiny Forest' will take place on Friday March 9th and Monday March 12th 2018. Parents are more than welcome to come if they would like. Each class will have a 30 minute slot for planting. The following timetable applies for the following classes: Friday March 9th Junior Infants
Focusing on Environmental Education we are so lucky n SMD to have the opportunity to 'Plant a Tiny Forest' in the school grounds on Friday March 9th! Fourth class are engaging again this year with the LEAF project (Learning about Forests) which is run. Click on the link to fi