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St Louis High School is a post-primary school providing post-primary education to pupils (girls) from First Year to Leaving Certificate Year.

In accordance with the requirements of the Children First Act 2015, Children First: National Guidance for the Protection and Welfare of Children 2017, the Child Protection Procedures for Primary and Post Primary School 2017 and Tusla Guidance on the preparation of Child Safeguarding Statements, the Board of Management of St Louis High School has agreed the Child Safeguarding Statement set out in this document. Please click here for the Child Safeguarding Statement.

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St Louis High School is delighted to be a partner school with DCU Anti-Bullying Centre (ABC) delivering the FUSE Anti-Bullying & Online Safety Programme to our students in 2nd and 3rd Year.

In line with FUSE recommendations, we support the UNESCO Whole Education Approach in tackling Bullying and Online Safety in our school, which is led by our students and where their voices are valued and heard. Together with the support of FUSE & active communication of our school Anti-Bullying Policy we are making a tangible difference in encouraging increased reporting resulting in decreased bullying.

The FUSE Programme has helped us learn how to:

  • Spot the signs of bullying both online and offline – RECOGNISE
  • Take personal responsibility safely – RESPOND
  • "Break the silence” – REPORT

Click Here to find out more about FUSE.

School News

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SLHS - Gardening Meitheal - Sat 25th March

  • 24th Mar 2023 10:40 am
We welcome help at our annual gardening Meitheal which will be held tomorrow, Sat March 25th from 9.30am-1pm. Please wear old clothes, wellies/boots and if you have any gardening tools yourself, please bring. A wheelbarrow or two would be most helpful. A chargeable drill and tools to enable us to erect an insect hotel would be great. Looking forward to seeing as many of you as possible. Thank you.
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Parent Internet Safety Inclusiveness Week

  • 22nd Mar 2023 6:30 pm
Parent Internet Safety Inclusiveness Week falls from: 20th to the 24th of March. The objective of this week is to educate parents about how to keep their children safe whilst online whilst taking ownership and responsibility. To support, St Louis High School has signed up to CyberSchool.ie to offer its parents Please check your email for the link and advice on how to access the programme.
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Dublin City Student Enterprise Awards

  • 21st Mar 2023 3:40 pm
2nd Year students A Kaur and C Zhang who presented their mini company Cadeau at the Dublin City Student Enterprise Awards. They showcased their handcrafted crochet products to four judges and represented themselves and their work so well! The showcase was held in the Round Room in the Mansion House. Well done, girls and thank you to Ms Lanigan.
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Gardening Meitheal - Saturday 25th March

  • 21st Mar 2023 9:30 am
The Parents' Council will be leading a Gardening Meitheal on Saturday next, 25th March from 9.30am -1pm to get our Geodome and garden spring ready. We would welcome support and help on the day from parents, students and staff. Please let Ms McDonough know if you are in a position to help out. If you have some gardening tools, please bring them along with you. We intend to complete some raised beds, build a bee hotel, create a pond to enhance the biodiversity in the garden and prepare a wildflower bed. This is a lovely community event and we welcome all help. Wear your wellies! We look forward to seeing you there. The more hands on board, the more we will achieve. Ut Sint Unum. Thank you.
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Seanfhocal an lae - Tús maith leath na hoibre

  • 14th Mar 2023 9:00 am
Everyone has faced a task that seems almost impossible, but the Irish language becomes a motivator here, telling us, “A good start is half the work.” This is one of the most well-known Irish proverbs and sayings - Tús maith leath na hoibre.
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Seanfhocal an lae - Is fearr an tsláínte ná na táinte

  • 13th Mar 2023 3:20 pm
Is fearr an tsláinte ná na táinte - Health is better than wealth. It is claimed that this is the original toast from which all others on the planet descended. The word “táinte”, meaning wealth, originally referred to (a herd of) cattle which was the basis of wealth in ancient Ireland.
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Congratulations - Junk Kouture Finals - here we come!

  • 10th Mar 2023 11:20 am
Congratulations to Lena, Ines, Melanie and Jennifer in TY on reaching the national finals in the Junk Kouture competition. We wish them every success. The final will be held in the Bord Gáis theatre in May. Go n-éirí Leo!
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Seanfhocal an lae - Is maith an scéalaí an aimsir - Seachtain na Gaeilge

  • 10th Mar 2023 9:00 am
Is maith an scéalaí an aimsir. Time is a good story teller. Meaning: Stories become embellished with time.
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Seanfhocal an lae - seachtain na Gaeilge. An donas amach is an sonas isteach.

  • 9th Mar 2023 9:00 am
Seanfhocal an lae: An donas amach is an sonas isteach. This is particularly apt following what was a tough few years and basically means out with the badness and in with the goodness.
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Beatha Teanga í a labhairt - seanfhocal an lae

  • 8th Mar 2023 9:14 am
Beatha teanga í a labhairt is a seanfhocal (“old saying”) meaning that the life of a language is in the speaking– a particularly important thing to keep in mind with the Irish language.
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Seachtain na Gaeilge - Seanfhocal an lae - An rud is annamh is Iontach

  • 6th Mar 2023 9:00 am
An rud is annamh is Iontach. The thing that is seldom is wonderful.” Much like Ireland's landscape, this Irish proverb tells us that the rare things in life are best.
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Gardening Meitheal - Saturday 25th March

  • 4th Mar 2023 1:45 pm
The Parents' Council will be leading a gardening Meitheal on Saturday 25th March next from 9.30-14.00. Parents, students and staff are invited to help out to get the school garden and geodome spring ready. If you are available please contact Ms McDonough to let her know. The more hands on board the more we can achieve. Thank you. Ní neart go cur le chéile.
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Seanfhocal an lae - Seachtain na Gaeilge - Mol an óige

  • 3rd Mar 2023 9:08 am
Mol an óige agus tiocfaidh sí - Praise the youth and they will flourish. An old Irish proverb which encourages the celebration of children's achievements as a way to instill confidence.
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Congratulations

  • 3rd Mar 2023 9:05 am
Congratulations to Niamh Cunningham and Eva Kirwan (Class 2022) who received their Entrance Scholarship awards to Trinity College on March 2nd based on their fantastic leaving certificate results. Well done and we wish them every success in their academic studies in TCD and in the future.
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Seachtain na Gaeilge - Seanfhocal an Lae - Ar scáth a chéile a mhaireann na daoine

  • 2nd Mar 2023 12:30 pm
An Irish language expression whose literal meaning is ‘It is in each others’ shadow that people live’ but which, more broadly, invokes a sense of community and interdependence. Ut Sint Unum
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Cuimhní is Ceiliúradh San Lughaidh/St Louis memories and celebration

  • 7th Jul 2022 1:45 pm
In the run up to Easter we held a series of ceremonies Cuimhní is Ceiliúradh San Lughaidh to reflect on the effect of the past two years on all our lives. This was supported by the Irish Hospice Foundation Seeds Grant and the Government of Ireland. Please click on the link here to view some images and a video which outlines the various activities the school community engaged with during this period. Well done to all students and staff who were involved and special thanks to Ms Kehoe, Ms Howard and Ms Madden. https://hospicefoundation.ie/our-supports-services/ihf-in-the-community/arts-and-creativity/seeds-grants-2022/reflections-at-st-louis-high-school-dublin/

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