Welcome to Holy Trinity National School

Holy Trinity National School Leopardstown, Roman Catholic school, Dublin primary school,

Holy Trinity National School

It gives me great pleasure to welcome you to the website of Holy Trinity National School. The school has a staff complement of 28 including teachers, special needs assistants, secretary, caretaker and cleaners. Currently have an enrolment of 517 boys and girls catering for the needs of families living in the parish area of Sandyford. The  school was established in 2005. As we celebrate the 10th birthday of the school this coming year, we have much to celebrate.

Holy Trinity NS is under the patronage of the Catholic Archdiocese of Dublin and enjoys the support of the Sandyford Parish Pastoral Team when preparing children for sacraments. The School also receives great support and advice from the Education Secretariat of the Archdiocese.

We have just completed a rewarding and challenging two-year period in the life of our school community which has seen the completion of our brand new state of the art  school building. A building of this grandeur is only fitting for our high standards of academia, behavior organisation, teaching and learning. While my focus over the last two years has been on school buildings- I have always been cognisant of the need to continue developing and maintaining a strong school community. This is a key element of our success.

Our school offers a broad curriculum and, as a staff, we strive to provide opportunities where the talents and gifts of each pupil can be unearthed and nurtured. Consequently there is a strong tradition of music and drama in the school and our objective is that each child has the opportunity to perform during their time with us.

Our teachers enjoy a high level of support from parents and we are fortunate to have a very active and committed parents’ association.
In keeping with the welcoming atmosphere of our school, may I invite you to visit our website in order to get a greater insight into the many activities in which our pupils participate.

Is mise le meas,

James Tobin

Directions to Holy Trinity National School

Directions from the M50 North bound:

Travelling north on the M50 take exit number 15 for Carrickmines. At the roundabout take the 2nd exit onto Ballyogan Road. Whilst travelling on Ballyogan road take a right at the 4th set of traffic lights into Leopardstown Valley. Stay toing the left hand side of the estate follow the road around to the right until you reach a T junction. Take a left at this junction and the school is at the very end of this road on the right hand side.

Directions from M50 South bound:

Travelling south on the M50 take exit number 15 for Carrickmines. At the roundabout take the 3rd exit travelling over the M50 bridge. At the next roundabout take the 2nd exit onto Ballyogan Road. Whilst travelling on Ballyogan road take a right at the 4th set of traffic lights into Leopardstown Valley. Staying to the left hand side of the estate follow the road around to the right until you reach a T junction. Take a left at this junction and the school is at the very end of this road on the right hand side.

Where to find us

Address:
Glencairn, Leopardstown, Dublin 18

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School Opening Times

School Opening Time
School commences each morning at
8.50 am.

Junior and Senior Infants, school will finish at
1.30 pm.
1st to 6th Class will finish at
2.30 pm.

There are two breaks.
Short Break
10.30 am -10.40 am.
Lunchtime
12.30 pm - 13.00 pm.