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Welcome Message from Our Principal

Welcome to St. Paul’s National School! We hope you enjoy our website. On this site you should get some idea of the many activities in which our children are involved and what it is like to be a member of our school community.

We hope the children, their parents and family will be frequent visitors to our site and that you find your visit both enjoyable and informative.

If you do not find all the information you are looking for on this site please contact us in the school.
Morag McGowan

Principal

School News

Ratoath GAA Camp

Diarmuid, Ratoath's GPO would like to advise you that Cul Camp is now fully booked but there is still availability in Ratoath GAA Club Summer Camp.

Meath Players!!

This year Conor Godkin and Gerard Leavy were given the opportunity to participate in an intercounty football blitz in Dunganny against Cumann na mBunscol teams from Louth. This competition is run by Cumann na mBunscol Coiste na Mí. The competition was held on...

Junior Football Team

Since Easter the boys from 4th and 5th Classes have been training every Monday at Ratoath GAA pitch in preparation for September’s Competition. The boys displayed great enthusiasm and have developed and improved their skills through the training sessions. The boys...

Fabulous Final Term!

How the year has flown by and what a way to end it! Our final term in Junior Infants was the best yet. Between Active Week, GAA sessions, baking, our school tour and of course, lots of play and learning, we really have had a blast! See for yourself from the pictures...

Basketball Success!

It was another busy year for St. Paul’s basketball teams. Our boys and girls competed in the Meath Primary Basketball League where both teams made it to the finals in Trim. The girls were first to play and were met with a very tough side. Although they were trailing...

Class Blogs

What a Wet Water Day!

We had such a fun wet day! Have a look at the photographs to see all the activities Ms. Dennehy, Ms. McCarthy and the Active Committee organised for us.

March Madness!

What a magnificent March we just had in Room. 1! Between Pancake Tuesday, Seachtain na Gaeilge, St. Patrick's Day and of course, Mother's Day, we sure have been busy learning about and preparing for these exciting occasions. They do only come once a year after all!...

SPRING into Room 2!!

The boys and girls in Room 2 are in full bloom this Spring!! :)They had a busy start to the month of March as they were making sure the animals were all well and healthy. They learned about animals and their babies and the different types of homes they live in....

World Book Day – My Favourite Book.

To mark World Book Day, the children in Room 19 wrote about their favourite book of all time. Mazyanne wrote a great response which also seemed fitting for International Women's Day this week.My favourite book is “Goodnight Stories for Rebel Girls; 100 tales of...

Baking in Room 19

Written by Max Brady, 5th Class, Room 19 Recently our class filled our star chart and the majority of the class voted for baking as a reward. Since Ms Conroy wanted to stay on theme with Chinese New Year, we made pig-muffins, because its year of the pig. Ms Conroy let...