About Our School
Today the school has 19 teachers, 8 SNAs and 2 Childcare workers. Our current enrolment is 241 from Junior infants to Sixth Class. We also have a preschool, Early Start, which can accommodate 30 children. We are under the patronage of the Archdiocese of Dublin.
Our school community aspires to promote self-esteem through open and respectful relationships. We aim to provide a place of nurturing for our children. We aim to enhance the well-being of all our school community, promoting a love of learning in a safe and caring environment.
We have many parents and grandparents as past pupils accompanying the next generations of children to school every morning!
The school is named after Saint Finian, born in 470 AD, the patron saint of Meath. Saint Finian was a famous educator who studied with St Canice and St Malachy. He founded a monastic school in Clonard in Meath which lasted until the 17th Century.
Rose – Junior Infants A
Sile – Junior Infants B
Hannah – Senior Infants
Amy – Senior Infants
Ciara – 1st
Sinead – 2nd
Averyl – 3rd
Becky – 3rd
Ailish – 4th
Janet/Sarah – 5th
Eoghan – 5th
Ciaran – 6th
Sorcha – Nurture Room
Terry – SET
Megan – SET
Paul – SET
Sarah – SET
Board of Management
Maria O’Connell (Principal)
Ciaran Crotty (Teacher representative)
Sister Liz Lawler (Patron representative)
Michelle Smith (Parent representative)
Mark Nathan (Parent representative)
Patsy Mohan (Community representative)
Brid Sullivan (Community representative)