Welcome to the website for Mary, Mother of Hope JNS. Our website provides an instant overview of our busy school – it’s ethos, community, atmosphere, policies and achievement. We are extremely proud of our school – it is a wonderful place to learn and work. We hope you enjoy your visit!
Many thanks to staff of Guerbet Ireland ULC based in Damastown who did a complete clean up of our garden during the summer as part of their commitment to the local community. Their contribution is greatly appreciated!
Many thanks to Bryan, Cristina and all involved!
We are really looking forward to welcoming everyone back to school on Thursday, August 31st and very excited about meeting our Junior Infants when they visit school on Wednesday 30th between 12.30 and 1.00 pm.
We will welcome Senior Infants, 1st and 2nd Class children at 8.50 on Thursday and Junior Infants will start at 10.00 that day.
Junior Infants will go home at 12.00 on Thursday, Senior Infants at 1.30 and 1st and 2nd Class children at 2.30.
All children should be dropped at the gate of the Junior School and encouraged to walk to ... more »
We had a fabulous time in school over the last week celebrating Seachtain na Gaeilge. The boys and girls completed many fun and exciting activities in their classes and together as a whole school to celebrate the Irish language and Irish traditions.
We hope you all have a lovely St Patrick’s Day weekend with your family and friends.
Click on the image to see some photos of our celebrations.
Seachtain na Gaeilge
We are currently preparing for Seachtain na Gaeilge (Irish Language week) in our school and there are lots of lovely things happening for the children.
Children are learning additional songs, poems and dances as Gaeilge and we have had a focus on Gaeilge in assembly. We are making a big effort to speak more Irish to each other – I’m sure your child can teach you some phrases!
The children are busy playing games, singing and making art to celebrate ‘Seachtain na Gaeilge’ and the school is decorated with beautiful creative pieces.
We will enjoy some traditional Irish Music from a Banna Ceol (Band) on ... more »
The Advice Clinics detailed in the document attached may be of help to some parents and families. They are free of charge, open to everyone and provide valuable information.
Please remember to talk to your child’s teacher if you are concerned about your child’s progress in school.