Academic Calendar 2024-2025

SCHOOL STARTS

Thursday 29th August.

GRANDPARENTS’ DAY

Friday 18th October

MID-TERM BREAK

School closes on Friday 25th October 14:15.

School Re-opens Monday 4th November

PARENT-TEACHER MEETINGS

25th November-29th November. Teachers will be in touch nearer the time to organise meetings.

CHRISTMAS HOLIDAYS

School closes at 12.00 noon Friday 20th December School Re-opens Monday 6th January

SAINT BRIGID'S DAY

Monday 3rd February. School Closed.

MID-TERM BREAK

School closes Friday 14th February at 14:15.

School Re-opens Monday 24th February

ST PATRICK’S DAY

Monday 17th March. School Closed.

EASTER HOLIDAYS

School closes at 12.00 noon on Friday 11th April  

School Re-opens Monday 28th April

MAY BANK HOLIDAY

Monday 5th MAY. School Closed.

STANDARDISED TESTING

Thursday 1st May-Friday 23rd May.

JUNE BANK HOLIDAY

School closed Monday 2nd & Tuesday 3rd June 

School Re-opens Wednesday 4th June

ACTIVE WEEK/ MULTI-CULTURAL DAY

Active Week will be from Monday, June 16th-Friday June 20th.

Junior Sports Day Monday 16th Booterstown Park 8:50-09:40.

Senior Sports Day Tuesday 17th Booterstown Park 08:50-10:00

Multicultural Day Friday 21st June 12:45-14:00. School Yard.

GRADUATION CEREMONY

Wednesday, June 25th at 10:00.

SUMMER HOLIDAYS

School closes at 12.00 noon on Friday 27th June

Details regarding Staff Training Days, First Holy Communion, Confirmation & 6th Class Graduation will be shared when we have dates.

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Grotto Place, Booterstown, Co. Dublin A94 AC97
01-2886830
Thursday, July 18, 2024
01-2886830
8:35 - 14:15
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St. Mary’s Boys’ National School Mission Statement

St. Mary’s strives to provide a secure and structured environment, where the intellectual, emotional, spiritual, physical, moral and cultural needs and wellbeing of the students are identified, addressed and nurtured.

St. Mary’s together with staff members, parents, guardians, the Parents’ Association and the wider community, are committed to ensuring that each child achieves their full academic potential

St. Mary’s identifies as a Catholic Primary school where Christian values are promoted.  We are a school community that acknowledges, welcomes and respects students who hold a different religious faith or none.  We also welcome and respect students from diverse backgrounds.

St. Mary’s facilitates the continuous professional development of all staff with the professional skills in line with current best practice pedagogy.

St. Mary’s endeavours to prepare students to realise and achieve their full potential and also to be ethical, creative and compassionate members of society.

St. Mary’s Boys’ National School Ethos

The ethos of St. Mary’s encompasses collective attitudes, beliefs, core Christian values, traditions, aspirations and goals.

It is a community where all students are equally valued and respected, irrespective of social background, family circumstance, educational or physical ability.

It is a community where moral values such as honesty, justice, tolerance, fairness and civic responsibility are nurtured and protected.

St. Mary’s is part of Booterstown Parish with which it has strong links.

The teaching of religious education is valued by the school community and is implemented by the teaching staff with the support of the parents and the parish.

“Mol an Óige agus Tiocfaidh Sí”

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