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 are having a non-uniform day as a fundraiser on Friday October 25th. Every pupil in the school is invited to dress-up in a theme of their choice: Halloween, favourite character or in their own clothes and pay €2 to help the school continue with Bluebox play therapies in the school. Th
On Thursday August 29th the school will reopen to begin the new school year 2019-2020. We wish all our pupils and their families the very best as all the children begin a new academic year in their new classes. We wish them every success and hope they will all be very happy and work to the
The school is now closed for Summer holidays. Parents looking for remaining places in Scoil Mháthair Dé should download and complete an Enrolment Application Form and email to email@example.com without delay.
School is closing June 28th for summer holidays. Wishing all our pupils and their families an enjoyable and relaxing summer with lots of sunshine! We look forward to welcoming you all back after a great holiday. Sincere thanks to all parents for your support throughout the year.
The school will be closed on Thursday February 21st and Friday February 22nd for mid-term break. Wishing all our families a relaxing break!
The school's Debating Team from Fifth Class are in the next round of the inter-schools Debating Competition in SMD. The team are debating the very difficult motion 'Climate Change is not our problem' and they are to agree with that motion on this occasion. Lots of hard work has gone into
Pupils are exploring lots of S.T.E.M. activities during Maths Week. Watch this space for lots of photos.
Pupils in SMD are so lucky to have the opportunity to explore music making with Music Generation tutors on Mondays and Tuesdays where they are exploring musical composition and playing guitar currently. Enjoy!
There is plenty opportunity for our pupils to engage with after school activities in SMD: Irish Dancing, Gaelic Football, Art, Traditional Irish Music, Instrumental Uklele lessons and Drama. You are all invited to get involved.