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Welcome to our website.    On behalf of the children, teachers, Special Needs Assistants, ancillary staff, parents, friends and the Board of Management, I am delighted to greet you. 

Gardiner Street School is a Catholic school in the tradition of the Religious Sisters of Charity.    In the words of our Mission Statement “We commit ourselves to making our school a safe and enjoyable place of education.    We are open to the challenges of the future,  encouraging effective co-operation between pupils, parents, staff, management and the local community”.

My wish is that you will enjoy reading about our  life in our school.  


Eileen O’ Doherty





PostHeaderIcon Maths Week

The boys and girls were very busy for Maths week! They engaged in lots of Maths games and activities. 2nd and 3rd classes enjoyed the Maths Trails around the school! 1st classes were busy making patterns and learning about 2D shapes. 1st and 2nd classes took part in an online Maths workshop and learnt about the abacus. Every class had the opportunity to solve problems and guess the teacher on the display board every day. We had guess the amount of sweets in the sweet jar and well done to Lucy and Melissa for guessing the correct amount of sweets in the jars! Here are just some of the pictures we captured during Maths week!       

PostHeaderIcon Halloween Dress Up

On Friday 23rd of October the boys and girls dressed up for Halloween! Everyone made such a great effort at making their own costumes this year! Ellie and Ms. Whelan had a very hard job picking the winners. Here is a few pictures of some of our winners. Well done to all the boys and girls. I hope everyone has a safe and fun Halloween break!



PostHeaderIcon October 2020 in 5th Class A2

National Tree Day October 1st 

To celebrate National Tree Day Ms. Downey’s Class constructed ‘ terrific autumn trees ‘  using sugar paper. Didn’t they look fantastic!


Maths Week 2020

During Maths Week Ms. Downey’s Class had a fun PE Lesson using games and activities involving number, shape and pattern. 

Autumn Painting

 We painted some lovely forests and tried to use perspective in our paintings. Which is your favourite?

Halloween Pumpkins

We used clay to make two hollow thumb pots which we scored and slipped together. We used the edge of lollipop sticks to make the ridges. Then we cut out eyes and a mouth. We scored and slipped a stalk. Finally when they had hardened we painted them pupmkin colours. They looked pretty spooky when they were finished.