ABOUT US

Ours is a school with a Catholic ethos and a spirit of mutual respect is promoted within the school. It is our endeavour to enhance the self-esteem of all in the school community and to imbue in the pupils a sense of respect and responsibility for themselves, others, the school, the local community and the environment.

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500 Terry Francois Street
San Francisco, CA 94158

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The Séamus Ennis Arts Centre (formerly The Séamus Ennis Cultural Centre) was officially opened on October 23rd 2001. 

Unveiling of bronze statue of Séamus Ennis, 24th Oct 2001

 

Our aims and objectives; to promote and develop the Arts on a local and regional basis, and to this end, we organise and host performances, cultural events, exhibitions, sessions, workshops and classes weekly.

The Seamus Ennis Centre  

Four Knocks

The name Fourknocks comes from the Irish 'Fuair Cnocs' which means 'The Cold Hills'. The mound is part of a complex of small sites in the area, and is significant to Newgrange because it is aligned with the line of Winter Solstice sunrise from Newgrange. Strangely though, the Fourknocks mound is not visible from Newgrange.

Dublin Falconry

Since opening my purpose-built Falconry centre in 2011, Dublin Falconry has become well known for its thrilling flying displays coupled with witty but educational facts about Birds of Prey.

Dublin Falconry is currently home to 26 Raptors including Hawks, Owls, Falcons and Buzzards and I have demonstrated to very large crowds at events all over Ireland, 

Ardgillan Castle

Ardgillan Castle and Demesne is Ireland’s hidden gem. Set in spectacular parklands overlooking the Irish Sea with a magnificent view of the Mourne Mountains. As well as the castle, the demesne features a walled and rose garden both of which present an orderly profusion of colour.

Ardgillan Castle and Demesne is situated in North County Dublin on an elevated coastline between Balbriggan and Skerries,32 kilometers north of Dublin City. The demesne is well signposted off the M1. The park consists of 194 acres of rolling open grassland, mixed woodland and gardens, overlooking the Irish Sea with views of Mourne Mountains to the north and Lambay to the south-east. Ardgillan is a sanctuary for many species of animals, mammals and birds for which the wooded areas provide a safe retreat from surrounding agricultural land. Today the demesne is a stunning visitor attraction with a range of facilities the public can avail of, including castle tours, theatre events, afternoon tea, children’s parties plus much more!