Thank you to our 2nd Class Pupils!


We'd like to share the prayers of our Second Class pupils in the video above. They're really lovely and heartfelt so thank you! 

We'd also like to share some lovely photos with you of our 2nd Class Pupils lighting a candle to mark what would have been their Holy Communion Day on Saturday the 16th of May. 

Room 1

Room 2

Room 15

Room 16


The Great Realisation

One of our lovely talented Third Class pupils has shared their response to "The Great Realisation" Poem with us.  They have made a fantastic video which you can enjoy below. 

Do This in Memory Mass


Thank you to Father Brendan who celebrated a special Do This in Memory Mass for the the boys and girls who were due to receive the Sacrament of First Holy Communion on Saturday 16th of May.

 Thank you to teacher Mr Kelly and parent Sinéad O’Donnell who provided the music for the Mass. It was truly beautiful.

Thank you to Ms Lenihan who composed a special prayer for the pupils below.

6th Class Project

Our 6th class pupils have been working on projects based on their first year option subjects. The teachers have been blown away by the creativity and ideas put forward by our super talented pupils! Here are some pictures from one of the pupils in Room 19, who based her home economics project on making and decorating a cake! 


Principles for Continuity of Learning

We'd like to share this document with our school community.

It outlines our principles for Continuity of Learning for Scoil Thomáis during the Covid-19 closure. 

Notification from BOM

Please note that these documents, along with a selection of other school policies, are available under the "About Us" tab above. 

Confirmation Day - 30th April, 2020.


This morning, our 6th class pupils lit their baptismal candles at 11am to mark the day and time that would have been that of their Confirmation. Although they will be waiting a little longer to celebrate, we hope that our pupils and their families are making the most of their day and that they are looking forward to all of the happy events that are yet to come, including their very special Confirmation celebrations!

A special thanks to Fr.Brendan for dedicating this morning's 10am mass to the Confirmation pupils and to Declan Kelly and Sinead O’Donnell for the beautiful accompanying music.




Draft Admission Policy 2020

Thank you to everyone who provided feedback on the Draft Admission Policy for 2020. The finalised draft has now been agreed by the Board of Management and submitted to the Patron for their approval. The new policy will be available here on in late September. 

Newly Published Authors from Scoil Thomáis!

We are very proud to say that 11 of our talented students have recently become published authors through the Emu Ink Schools' Publishing Programme! Árann Redfern, Orla Gleeson, Darragh Cullinan, James Robinson, Michael Rian Sheehy, Lejla Muminovic, Matthew Graydon, Insaf Elourabi, Ruth Bragarea, Cillian O'Brien and Seán Gleeson have all had their writing published in 'Home Stories' which you can view by clicking on the image above!

Well done, everyone! What a terrific achievement! 


Another Update from Scoil Thomáis

 Please note that as per advice from the Department of Education and Skills, Scoil Thomáis will be closed until further notice.

Our re-opening date is yet to be confirmed by the Department of Education and Skills but we will inform you of that date as soon as we get it!

The most important thing to remember in these most difficult times is look after yourself and each other. Hopefully we will all be back together in school soon, once we have been told it is safe to do so. Take care and stay safe.

In the meantime, don't forget that RTÉ Home School Hub launched on Monday 30th of March. It's a daily, scheduled classroom for primary school pupils from 1st to 6th Class. Watch it weekdays on RTÉ2 from 11am, anytime on the RTÉ Player and all of the resources are on

Scoil Thomáis Fitness Challenge!


As you are all aware, our fantastic athletes will not unfortunately get to compete in the Cross Country Finals due to be held in Santry, on Tuesday next, 31st March. Likewise our ‘Santry Squad’ of sprinters are not getting to train as planned for their races in May.

Nevertheless, we’re sure that you’re all doing your best to keep fit and healthy in whatever way you can! And so we’d like to encourage all of our pupils, and not just our athletes, to keep a little record of the ways in which they’re managing to keep up their fitness in challenging circumstances!

Whether you’re walking, running, skipping, playing games in the back garden, or even exercising to an online video (on Go Noodle or other website) you might like to keep a record of your achievements to share with your class and teachers when school re-opens. If you are doing some school work on school days, you could even record what you do on your ‘break-times’ at home.

Below is a simple record keeper you can use, or if you prefer, make and keep your own exercise journal. Start next Monday (30th March) if you can, or on any day that suits you! Keep your records in a safe place, as your teacher will be collecting them when we all meet up again.

Scoil Thomáis Fitness Challenge Record

An Update from Scoil Thomáis

We hope that everyone in our school community is keeping well as best they can in these strange circumstances. Over the next few weeks, we will all learn new skills and use our creativity more than we ever have before.

Technology can be brilliant and we'd like to share some ideas with you that you might find helpful. Please remember to keep an eye on our @ScoilThomais Twitter and @scoilthomais Instagram pages, as we're posting ideas there regularly. We'd also like to share another resource from our friends in Cloughfin National School in Co. Donegal. They have made Padlets for each of the year groups. A Padlet is an online noticboard where links to relevant websites can be easily shared. You'll find them below.


 There are also some lovely ideas available from the Irish National Teacher's Organisation. You can see them here.

Listening to the experts, we know that it's important to try and keep a regular routine - while it might feel like we're on holidays, we're not. It's important to set the alarm, get up, make the bed and start the day like normal. Setting good habits now will help make the next few days and weeks a lot easier.

As Ms McGarry says, when this crisis is over, we will all get back to school and catch up on our school work. Meanwhile take care, keep safe and we hope that all of our pupils are being kind and helpful at home!

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