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  • 13
    Jan 2020
    Imlitir 18

    Imlitir 18 13th January, 2020. A Thuisti, Computer Classes All classes will have four computer lessons over the next few weeks with Colm. Lessons will be on Wednesdays for four weeks starting this Wednesday 15th January. The cost is €5.00 for four lessons. Please send in the money in an envelope as soon as possible. […]

  • 06
    Jan 2020
    Imlitir 17

    Imlitir 17 6th January, 2020. A Thuisti, Welcome Back – 2020 Happy New Year to everyone in the Rathfeigh school community – children, teachers, parents, guardians, coaches, Helen and Jackie. We hope everyone has an enjoyable 2020 in our school. We constantly strive to ensure that all children reach their potential in Rathfeigh. If you […]

  • 16
    Dec 2019
    Imlitir 16

    Imlitir 16                                                                        16th December, 2019. A Thuisti, Christmas Carol Service Our annual Christmas Carol Service takes place this Friday 20th December at 11.00a.m. in the school hall. It will be a mixture of music, poetry and songs. Parents/guardians are invited to the school hall at 10.45a.m. We will be starting at 11.00a.m. sharp. I would […]

  • 09
    Dec 2019
    Imlitir 15

    Imlitir 15                                                              9th December, 2019. A Thuisti, Christmas Carol Service Our Christmas Carol Service takes place on Friday 20th December at 11.00a.m. We would like to invite parents/guardians to the school for the Carol Service which will start at 11.00a.m. sharp and finish at 11.30a.m. After the carols we will have the Parents’ Association Christmas […]

  • 02
    Dec 2019
    Imlitir 14

    Imlitir 14                                                              2nd December, 2019. A Thuisti, Spirit of the Final Award We were delighted to hear last week that Ava Smyth won the Spirit of the Final Award for her performance in the Girls’ Cumann na mBunscol final. This was a very welcome boost after the disappointment of losing in the final. Ava’s presentation […]

  • 25
    Nov 2019
    Imlitir 13

    Imlitir 13 25th November, 2019. A Thuisti, Girls’ Football Final The Football Final last Saturday ended in a huge disappointment for our girls. They were beaten narrowly by a strong Castletown team. In defeat our girls displayed courage, determination and skill. We are immensely proud of their efforts this year and they, too, should be […]

  • 18
    Nov 2019
    Imlitir 12

    Imlitir 12                                                     18th November, 2019. A Thuisti, Parent/Guardian/Teacher Meetings Parent/Guardian/Teacher meetings take place this Thursday and Friday from 1.30 to 3.45p.m. The children have written the times for the meeting in their journal. Please check your child’s journal tonight. If you can’t make the meeting of if the time given to you is unsuitable please […]

  • 14
    Nov 2019
    Imlitir 8

    Imlitir 8 14th October, 2019. A Thuisti, Dental Forms Sixth class pupils received a Dental Screening Form today. Please complete the form and return it to the office by Wednesday 16th October. Meath Book Festival Fifth and Sixth classes are visiting the Solstice in Navan tomorrow for the ‘Magical History Tour’. They are going by […]

  • 11
    Nov 2019
    Imlitir 11

    Imlitir 11 11th November, 2019 A Thuisti, Parents/Guardians/ Teacher Meetings Parent/Guardian/Teacher meetings takes place next week on Thursday 21st and Friday 22nd from 1.30p.m. to 3.45p.m. Please indicate a suitable day and time and we will try to accommodate you if possible. Please return the slip below by Wednesday 13th. If these days don’t suit […]

  • 04
    Nov 2019
    Imlitir 10

    Imlitir 10 4th November, 2019. A Thuisti, Quarter Final Football Our boys’ gaelic football team are playing Kilskyre in the quarter final tomorrow in Gibbstown at 2.30p.m. We will be leaving the school at 1.40p.m. At this stage of the competition it is 9-a-side. Please arrange a lift for your child if you can’t be […]


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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.