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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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Cruinniú na n-Óg

  • 12th Jun 2021 9:43 am
Here is the link for Cruinniú ná n-Óg activities which are on today. There might be something that appeals to you. https://cruinniu.creativeireland.gov.ie/
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Uniform Day - July 7th Arnotts

  • 10th Jun 2021 8:30 am
Please find attached details of a uniform day in Arnotts for St Louis High School on July 7th. Please note that from next year, official school uniform trousers will be permitted as an alternative to the skirt. These trousers are specifically designed for the school and are only available from Arnotts. Thank you.
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Attention 6th Years - return-to-school for leaving certificate covid form

  • 8th Jun 2021 7:40 pm
All 6th Years coming in to school tomorrow and in the next few days for Leaving Certificate examinations must complete the return-to-school covid-related form which has been sent to their email account. This is essential and a reassurance for all. Best of luck.
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Congratulations to Eve Leslie (TY)

  • 7th Jun 2021 1:51 pm
Press pass is a TY student journalism and news literacy programme run by Newsbrands Ireland, the representative body for national news publishing industry. Please check out the Irish Times, today, Monday 7th June for further details. Congratulations to Eve Leslie in TY who has been awarded 3rd place in the Features category for her feature entitled - Climate Change is threatening our very existence. Well done, Eve on this wonderful achievement. Maith thú!
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Coláiste na Físe Online Irish Language Summer Courses

  • 29th May 2021 9:00 am
Here is a link to Conradh na Gaeilge for Irish language online courses which might be of interest since the Irish Gaeltacht courses are not running this summer. They are running language classes with fun activities. Please click on the link to find out more. Go n-éirí libh. https://cnag.ie/ga/colaiste
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Summer Holidays

  • 27th May 2021 8:11 pm
It is hard to believe that students will be finishing up class tomorrow, Friday 28th. School finishes at 12.20pm for all students. We have had an extraordinary 2020-2021. Thank you to all students, parents and staff who have pulled together in the spirit of Ut Sint Unum to get through what has been a long and challenging year. We hope all students, staff and their families have a well-deserved, restful and safe summer. Here’s hoping the sun will shine and temperatures rise! We hope all St Louis students will be generous of spirit, help out at home, enjoy friendships in a respectful and healthy manner throughout the coming months and always look out for those less fortunate than ourselves. We will keep in touch over the coming months with updates on reports and information for next year. We wish our 6th yrs, who are in the final weeks of study in advance of their exams, the very best of luck. We hope everybody stays safe and well. Take care. Le gach dea-ghuí, Ms McDonough
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Reminder - May 17th - International Day of anti-homophobia, transphobia and biphobia

  • 16th May 2021 6:35 pm
Tomorrow, Mon 17th May is International Day of Anti Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia. Students should wear a colourful accessory and bring in €2 for BelongTo. Thank you.
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Message from CMO to 6th yrs

  • 16th May 2021 9:00 am
Here’s an important message from @CMOireland for Leaving Certificate students. Please click on the link below to listen to his advice. https://twitter.com/roinnslainte/status/1393498892671537152?s=24
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6th yr students

  • 15th May 2021 1:10 pm
From next week, 6th yr students have some options: -Class will be available for those who wish to attend in advance of sitting the leaving certificate exams up to May 28th. -Students should inform their teachers as to whether they wish to attend for class or for study purposes only. -A separate study venue is being provided. Please note that this venue will not be constantly supervised, therefore 6th yrs will have to sign in and sign out, take note of where they sit (for contact-tracing purposes) and use the venue in a responsible manner. If it is not used in this spirit, we may have to discontinue providing this facility. -Students may also stay at home to study during this period, if that is their preference. Please send in a note on the school app to let us know if this is the case. -It is really important that all students mind themselves, reduce their social contacts over the coming weeks in order that they continue to stay well and not become close contacts of any positive cases so that they can sit their leaving certificate exams. -during the exam period: if a student contracts Covid, is displaying symptoms of Covid, is awaiting a Covid test, or is named a close contact, they cannot sit leaving certificate exams. There are no alternative dates provided for these exams. If this were to happen, the accredited grades will be used to ensure each student receives a result for the leaving certificate in their respective subjects. -An information LC session will be provided online with details Re the actual LC examinations. Can I reiterate: -all 6th yrs should mind themselves, eat healthily, get plenty of sleep and take exercise. -reduce socialising and social contacts to minimise the risk of contracting Covid or becoming a close contact so that they are in a position to sit the exams they have worked so hard for. -Families need to support students in this regard and family members living at home need to be extremely mindful and careful in the current situation. As we know, Covid has not only has a profound effect on the person who tests positive but also impacts on close contacts. Therefore, please be cautious, don’t take risks and consider others at all times. We wish all 6th yrs and their families the very best over the coming weeks. You have done so well throughout the year and we are approaching the final hurdle. Let’s ensure, as a school community, that we don’t fall at the last hurdle and that no student who intends to sit LC exams is unable to do so. UT SINT UNUM. Ms McDonough
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1st Year Sport’s Event - Monday 10th May

  • 9th May 2021 7:12 pm
Reminder to all 1st Years to wear their school PE tracksuit tomorrow for their sport’s event. Don’t forget your class colours as well. We hope you enjoy the event.
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TY Young Social Innovators

  • 15th Apr 2021 1:20 pm
Congratulations to the TY Social Innovator classes who created wonderful videos to represent the very important work they have done in their YSI projects during the course of the year. The groups believe that these very important issues have to be addressed,. Please click on the links below to watch their videos.. Well done to the TYs students for all the work they have done to create these powerful videos. Sincere thanks to Ms Howard and Ms Madden for their work in guiding the students through the process of creating these videos. WELL DONE TO ONE AND ALL. Tune your mind: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sucAYfnjve8 Speak out: See it, Sense it, Stop it: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PC6945ZXf98 Speak out: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OZaAXsgFJB0 How small changes make a big difference; https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UoVqujuYX_0 ENJOY.

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