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    Welcome – Fáilte go Scoil Bhríde, Nás Na Ríogh

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logoFáilte is céad go suíomh gréasáin Scoil Bhríde. Welcome to Scoil Bhríde’s website. I hope your visit will assist you in gaining some insight into our school life. Scoil Bhríde is a co-educational vertical Primary school under the Patronage of the Catholic Bishop of Kildare and Leighlin – Bishop Denis Nulty. Read More >>

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Breaking News: Scoil Bhríde will remain closed on Tuesday 17th of October 2017.

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About Us

Scoil Bhríde is a co-educational, primary school, catering for children from Junior Infants to Sixth Class. It is located in the Oldtown area of Naas. Scoil Bhríde was established on 1st September 2005 when it opened its doors to fifty two Junior Infants, three teachers and one Special Needs Assistant. In October 2005 the school appointed a Language Support Teacher and a Special Education Teacher (shared with two other schools in Naas). The school was initially based in the GAA Centre and in March 2006 we moved to our state- of- the- art building.

The school has grown rapidly and in September 2013, had an enrolment of 695 students. Scoil Bhríde has three classes at each level from Junior Infants to Sixth Class and three Special Classes for children with Autistic Spectrum Disorders. We have thirty-nine teachers, eleven Special Needs Assistants a Secretary and a Caretaker.

Scoil Bhride has a Catholic Ethos and follows the Primary School Curriculum. The building situated on a five acre site in the Oldtown area of Naas is owned by the Department of Education and Skills and is under the patronage of the Catholic Bishop of Kildare and Leighlin, Bishop Denis Nulty.

To facilitate its growing numbers an eight-classroom extension was opened in September 2012.

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