More chess success!

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Huge congratulations to Tomas, Lorcan, Felipe, Carl and Ryan, who were crowned Leinster Champions at the Community Games in Longford, last weekend. They will now go forward to represent Leinster in the finals with their fellow winning teammates, from St. Raphaelas. Best of luck boys!!

Chess Team – Latest News!

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Congratulations to our second Chess team who topped the group last Friday to qualify for the Leinster B finals on February the 11th. The event took place in St. Laurence’s B.N.S .and was attend by four other local schools: Hollypark B.N.S,  Guardian Angels, Oatlands and St. Raphaelas.

Chess Team Update

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Congratulations to the St. Laurence’s Chess team, who qualified today for the Leinster Finals, by drawing with last year’s All-Ireland Champions in the fnal round!!

Brendan Martin Cup Visit

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All Ireland winning, Dublin footballers, Lauren Magee and Aoife Kane, visited St. Laurence’s recently, with the Brendan Martin Cup.  They are part of the Dublin Senior Panel and play their club football with Kilmacud Crokes. Aoife and Lauren were asked many questions, about their training and preparation for matches. Everyone listened attentively to their responses and took on board their … Read More

Sam Maguire Visit

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Past pupils, Paul Mannion and Andrew McGowan recently visited our school with the Sam Maguire cup.  Paul and Andrew are members of the Dublin senior football panel and they also play for local club, Kilmacud Crokes.  We were delighted to see the Sam Maguire cup returning for another visit as we know that lots of schools around the country are … Read More

Texaco Art Competition Winner in St. Laurence’s!

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Involvement in the creative arts has always been an integral part of the education of our students in St. Laurence’s BNS. It is generally recognised that participation in the arts in all its forms engenders confidence, perseverance, focus and the ability to collaborate, share and compromise with peers. Artistically aware students are four times more likely to be recognised for … Read More