St Patrick's NS
Chapelizod, Dublin 20
Welcome to St Patrick's!
Thank you for visiting our website and welcome to St Patrick's NS! Our school is based in the village of Chapelizod in Dublin 20. Pupils from Junior Infants to 6th Class are catered for within St Patrick's.
We are a caring school with traditional values. Our aim is to create a positive atmosphere in which our pupils and staff can work together to help every child reach his or her full potential.
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PLEASE NOTE THAT THE CLOSING DATE FOR APPLICATIONS FOR JUNIOR INFANTS STARTING IN SEPTEMBER 2024 HAS NOW PASSED
You can still apply, but your application will be treated as a "late application" and as a result, will go to the end of our waiting list.
Any parents who wish to apply for a place for their child in Junior Infants in St Patrick's in September 2025 can apply between October 1st 2024 and January 31st 2025.
You can complete an application form via the website by clicking on this link https://www.aladdin.ie/i/4526109760684032
Or, you can use the application form below. You can choose from either word or pdf format. If completing the form electronically, please download it first, fill it in, and then email the completed form to us, as an attachment, to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Further information on the applications process is available under the "Our School" section of the website.
Lord Mayor Visit
It was a great honour to have the First Citizen of Dublin, Lord Mayor Dáithi de Róiste visit our school on Friday 9th February 2024. As a past pupil of St Patrick's, it was extra special welcoming him back to the newly revamped building.
As part of his visit, Lord Mayor Dáithi de Róiste opened the new Phoenix Room in our school alongside the three amazing pupils in the class - Harrison, Noah and Apoorv - teacher, Ms Callaghan, and SNA's Maria, Emma and Danielle!
Lord Mayor Dáithi de Róiste also visited the classrooms to talk to pupils about his time in St Patrick's, the influence of former teacher/principal Ms Quill, his life in politics, and being Lord Mayor.
The visit was so enjoyable and everybody was delighted to hear about the great work being done by the Lord Mayor. It was also great that Wellbeing Week was about to kick-off in the school and given that one of the main themes of Lord Mayor Dáithi de Róiste's time in office is Wellbeing, it was perfect timing!
We hope to see Lord Mayor Dáithi de Róiste once again in the future and we want to let him know that he is always welcome back to St Patrick's NS Chapelizod anytime!
Big thanks also to our local Credit Union in Palmerstown who have always backed us positively in our efforts to get the best resources for our pupils and staff, all of which benefits the school community and Chapelizod as a whole!