• Maths Day with 5th & 6th Class
  • All the children in 1st – 6th classes are learning music technology
  • 5th and 6th class are taking part in The Crocus Project run by the Holocaust Education Trust of Ireland
  • We made kaleidocsopes in science class
  • Storm Ophelia damaged a walnut tree in our school garden!
  • The children in Booterstown National School dressed in pink to support the Irish Cancer Society
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Tuesday, November 21, 2017

Welcome to the website of Booterstown National School!

We are a co-educational national school under Church of Ireland Management, and the Patron of the School is the Church of Ireland Archbishop of Dublin. Our school is situated in the grounds of St Philip and St James’ Church on Cross Avenue.

There are four mainstream teachers in Booterstown National School as well as learning support and resource teachers, all of whom are dedicated to enabling the pupils to achieve their potential, and to sow seeds that will encourage them to develop into caring and responsible young men and women.  This team of teachers, along with our School Secretary and Special Needs Assistants are led by our Principal, Rachel Fraser.

Thanks to a fantastic Parent-Teacher Association, we have a wide range of after-school optional activities such as Arts and Crafts, Hockey, Indoor Soccer, Cake Craft and Basketball.

The school is a Green School having been recently awarded its third green flag.  As you drive along Mount Merrion Avenue, you can see our school garden which is a vibrant part of our school and where we grow fruit and vegetables.

Every Friday, we have assembly in St Philip and St James’ Church, and we have all our services there too, such as our Christmas Carol Service, our Start-of-the-Year School Service, and our special events such as our school concerts, graduations, etc. are all held there.

We hope you enjoy reading about our school and seeing the photographs of our work and activities in the picture gallery.