Chess – Leinster Finals Update

Jane Doohanchess

On Friday the 17th of January St. Laurence’s B.N.S will host one of the Leinster Division B qualifying rounds. Four schools will compete for a place in the finals in March. Best of luck to all the boys on the team. The Community GamesOn Friday the 17th of January St. Laurence’s B.N.S will also host the qualifying tournament for the … Read More

Chess – Leinster Junior Championship Success

Jane Doohanchess

A big congratulations to the four boys from St. Laurence’s who took part in the recent Leinster Junior Championships in the Talbot Hotel, Stillorgan from 1-4 January. We had competitors in 5 of the 8 competitions – u9, u10, u11, u12 and u14. Hopefully next year we’ll have some u8s too. Best individual result was Lorcan Cooney’s joint 2nd in … Read More

It’s time for the CAKE SALE!!

Jane Doohanfundraiser, parents association

The Parents’ Association of St. Laurence’s BNS have been very busy recently, getting ready for our annual Cake Sale. It will take place on Friday, November 29th and is certainly a highlight of our school calendar for parents, pupils and staff.   A monster raffle will take place also. Tickets are available to purchase both in the morning and at … Read More

Christmas Shoebox Appeal

Jane Doohanfundraiser, parents association

Under the guidance of Mr. Mullins and his 6th Class, the Team Hope Shoebox Appeal got underway in early October. The boys dutifully visited many classrooms, explained the reasons behind the appeal and and encouraged their peers to join in their efforts. The call was well answered with some pupils selflessly filling two, and even three shoeboxes, with a combination … Read More

Sam came for his annual visit!

Jane Doohangaa

The students and staff of St. Laurence’s BNS are getting quite used to our annual visit of the Sam Maguire cup. Take a look at some of our photos from this year!

From seed to soup


Last year, our school garden was cultivated with a variety of seeds and plants. The were carefully tended to, nurtured and watered daily,  by an eager group of both students and parents, who eagerly watched and waited.  Upon returning to school we were able to reap the rewards of our hard work. Curly kale, potatoes and onions were successfully harvested! … Read More

Up the Dubs!


Croke Park Champions!