Our News

  • 23
    Nov 2015
    Imlitir 13

    Imlitir 13 23rd November, 2015. A Thuisti, As part of the Ireland 2016 Commemorative Programme our school will be visited on Friday 4th December by members of the Defence forces. At this special ceremony the National Flag will be presented to the school and an Officer will read the 1916 Proclamation. This is an historic […]

  • 16
    Nov 2015
    Imlitir 12

    Imlitir 12 16th November, 2015. A Thuisti, The Book Fair finished today. It was a great success again this year. As a result of books purchased during the week the school received approximately €900 in commission which will be used to purchase books for the school library. A big congratulations to all the pupils who […]

  • 09
    Nov 2015
    Imlitir 11

    Imlitir 11 9th November, 2015. A Thuisti, The Book Fair opens tomorrow Tuesday and remains with us until Friday (13th). Parents are invited to visit the Book Fair at the following times 8.45a.m. to 9.00a.m., 1.20p.m. to 2.00p.m. and 2.20p.m. to 3.00p.m. All classes will visit the Book Fair during the school day and may […]

  • 02
    Nov 2015
    Imlitir 10

    Imlitir 10 2nd November, 2015. A Thuisti, Swimming in Navan Swimming Pool starts this Wednesday for six weeks for all pupils in Fourth, Fifth and Sixth classes. The cost per pupil (including bus) is €35.00. We would like to thank the Parents’ Association for their contribution of €1000 towards the cost of the buses for […]

  • 19
    Oct 2015
    Imlitir 9

    Imlitir 9 19th October, 2015. A Thuisti, We are having our annual Halloween Fancy Dress in the school hall this Friday morning (October 23rd) from 9.15a.m. to 10.00a.m. We would like to invite parents/guardians to see the Fancy Dress and we hope all the children will get into the Halloween spirit and dress up in […]

  • 12
    Oct 2015
    Imlitir 8

    Imlitir 8 12th October, 2015. A Thuisti, We are having our Friendship/Anti-Bullying week from October 19th to October 23rd. During this week we will be promoting friendship at school and helping the children understand the importance of friendship in their lives. We will be educating the children about bullying and reinforcing the fact that we […]

  • 05
    Oct 2015
    Imlitir 7

    Imlitir 7 5th October, 2015. A Thuisti, On Tuesday October 13th ACCORD facilitators will deliver the RSE programme to sixth class pupils in the school. This programme complements the Social, Personal and Health Education curriculum. Please return the consent form as soon as possible. Please note there isn’t an information night for parents due to […]

  • 29
    Sep 2015
    Imlitir 6

    Imlitir 6 28th September, 2015. A Thuisti, The final Board of Management meeting of the current Board took place last Thursday (September 24th). Over the next few weeks the process for the appointment of the new Board will commence. At the Board meeting last Thursday there was an annual review of the Anti-Bullying and Child […]

  • 21
    Sep 2015
    Imlitir 5

    Imlitir 5 21st September, 2015. Our Girls’ Gaelic Football Team won again last week. They had an easy victory over Boyerstown. They are playing in Dunderry on Thursday. We will be leaving the school at 1.15p.m. We will need help with lifts. Our Boys’ Team lost to a very strong Wilkinstown team. They played really […]

  • 14
    Sep 2015
    Imlitir 3

    Imlitir 3 14th September, 2015. A Thuisti, Ms O’Reilly is our new part-time Resource Teacher. She will teach two days a week (Tuesdays & Thursdays). We wish her every success in her time here in Rathfeigh. Our boys and girls Gaelic football teams had great victories last week both against Ardcath. It was a great […]


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Our Mission Statement

Cherishing childhood as the foundation of life by providing education in an open, nurturing, challenging and affirming environment that respects the uniqueness of each individual as they relate to each other, their teachers, their family, their community and their God.

 Scoil Mhuire Naofa Rathfeigh.



Seed of Learning

Our “Seed of Learning” sculpture in the school designed by Betty Newman-Maguire represents the Seed of Learningeducational and physical growth of the children. An acorn seed becomes a tree.