School Closure Update

Following the Taoiseach’s announcement this morning, St. Fintan’s High School will close at 3.45 p.m. this afternoon, 12th March, and remain closed until 29th March at the earliest. All school activities, including the school musical, The Addams Family, are cancelled.   

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Individual Sports

At the heart of each PE class

There are a number of solo sports here at St. Fintan’s High School that help compliment our team sports to create a strong sporting community within the school. These solo sports cater mostly to athletes who compete in these disciplines outside of school and gives them an opportunity to represent the school in their chosen…

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Field Sports

Our school provides a wide range of opportunities for students to participate in team sports. There are 7 main team sports which include – Gaelic Football, Hurling, Soccer, Rugby, Basketball, Spikeball and Frisbee. Within these 7 team sports we field 22 teams which allows a huge number of students to benefit from the positive aspects…

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French and Spanish Trips

Our annual French Exchange sees a group of St. Fintan’s students visit with students from Lycée de la Côtière – and vice versa. A group of St. Fintan’s Spanish students took part in a trip to Barcelona.

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Young Social Innovators 2018

Over the course of the last two years St. Fintan’s High School teacher Mr. Sam has introduced the YSI programme as a key component of the Transition Year programme

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Ski Trip 2018 – Austria

Each year a group of Transition Year students take to the slopes on what is annually regarded as one of the highlights of the year.

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Sports Review 2017/2018

Hurling Our hurling teams competed in the top divisions once again this season at all levels showing level of quality amongst our students. Our U14’s had a good campaign and competed in the Leinster A competition. This experience will stand to them for the future. Our U16’s had a mixed campaign in terms of results…

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