La ná Gaeilge

La ná Gaeilge took place on Friday 13th March 2015. A fun filled day was had by all TYPN and TYPW took part in organizing the students on the day and did a terrific job. They had a tráth na gceist from 11-12.20pm and then a lá spóirt for the last two classes. The old and new Gym were full of sporting events, all as Gaeilge. The weather stayed fine and the craic was mighty. Well done to all involved!



Get Up & Go

Dear Parents,

I am writing to inform you of a **NEW** Activity Camp that is taking place in St Aidan's CBS this Easter. The Get Up & Go activity camp is for boys and girls aged 5 - 15 years old and will run for one week during Easter (30th March - 3rd April) and three weeks during the Summer (13th - 31st July). This fun and exciting camp will involve activities such as sports, dance, arts and crafts - there is something for everyone!!

Click Here for Poster

For more information please visit our website at:


We look forward to meeting you and your child this Easter!

Kind regards,

Hannah McDonnell


This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.


Dublin Senior All-Ireland Winner Shares his Business Success

Dublin Senior All Ireland Winner 1Double All-Ireland winner for the Dublin Senior footballers, Kevin McManamon, visited St. Aidan's to discuss his business, Fresh Foods Direct with our transition year students. Kevin openly discussed his journey in starting up his own business at a young age whilst studying Business and Management at the Dublin Institute of Technology, Aungier Street. Many topical business concepts were illustrated by Kevin during his talk like how he marketed his product, decided on the name of the company, sourced finance, registered his company and the importance of his relationship with clients. Students were given the opportunity to engage in a Q&A session with Kevin and find out both the benefits and drawbacks of being successful a sole trader whilst managing a demanding training schedule for the Dublin Senior team.

Dublin Senior All Ireland Winner 2


Never too late for a Pancake

Pancakes 1As the bell went at 1unchtime on Tuesday 24th February there was a mad rush to get to Room 19 as our Student Council had pancakes on sale. They were truly delicious!






Pancakes 2


Stop Everything and Read

Drop everything and readThis year's Stop Everything and Read Week took place Monday 9th - Friday 13th February. Teachers put up posters of their favourite book at the moment on their doors and the students stopped everything to read for 20 minutes a day.

Monday kicked off with a short story for everyone and all the students really enjoyed the day the sweets appeared during their reading time. 



Sports News
Article Count:
Past Pupil News
Article Count: