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Welcome to St. Michael's

Welcome to St. Michael’s Church of Ireland N.S. 

We are a co-educational school with four mainstream classes and an Autism class.

Our school is located on Church Road in Blackrock. We have great outside space and are very lucky to be so near Blackrock Village and all its wonderful amenities.

We hope you enjoy looking at our website. 

If you would like to visit us, contact the school by phone or e-mail and we will arrange an appointment.

Principal: Ms. Alison Quill 

Deputy Principal: Ms. Claire O'Neill

News Update

Homeschool Gallery

April 20, 2020

Check out our new Homeschool Gallery to see what our busy bees have been up to!

The Great Isolation Activity Book

April 19, 2020

The Great Isolation Activity Book is a great way of keeping a record of this historic time with fun-filled activities!

Glór na nGaeil

April 02, 2020

 Scéalta i nGaeilge do phaistí atá ar fáil le breathnú orthu saor in aisce ar Cainéal Youtube Glór na nGael :…

Gaelscoil Eiscir Riada - Coiste Conradh na Gaeilge i Londain Conradh na Gaeilge Scoil Shéamais Naofa, Bearna Bunscoil Phobal Feirste An Foras Pátrúnachta Foras na Gaeilge Seachtain na Gaeilge le Energia Múintéoirí Gaeilge Co na Mí Múinteoir Valerie Múinteoir Na Gaeilge Údarás na Gaeltachta Gaelbhratach Gael Linn Oireachtas na Gaeilge Coiste Tuismitheoirí Scoil Sailearna Coiste Tuismitheoirí SCC

St. Michael's Pupils School Closure 2020 Homeschool News

March 31, 2020

Click on the link to see all the news on all your homeschooling friends!


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At the moment due to Covid-19 restrictions after school activities have been suspended. 

At St. Michael's we usually enjoy a great range of extra curricular and after school activities. In the past these have included swimming, soccer, Gaelic Football, hockey, rowing, Lego, tennis, guitar, arts and craft. We are looking forward to when we can start these again. 

Dates to Remember

Creative Schools Week 2021

Ms Bowden organised our whole school collaborative mural for Creative Schools Week using the theme 'Brave New Future'. Check out our video!

During the last school term 'The Rowan Room' participated in the 'Discover Cork, Schools Heritage Project'. 
This is a competition, open to all primary schools in the city and is organised by Cllr. Kieran McCarthy.  The project encourages all participants to investigate, document and engage with the history of our wonderful city. 
We were delighted to have two category winners in the Rowan Room.
'Blackrock: Then and Now' was awarded 2nd place in the 'Best Film' category and 'Beautiful Blackrock' was awarded 1st place in the 'Primary Group' Category.
A massive congratulations to our winners and all who participated!  
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