Induction 2022

Dear Parents/ Guardians,                                                                                                                                                31st May 2022

You are invited to an Induction Meeting for parents/guardians of new children to the school. The meeting is primarily focussed on parents of Junior Infants 2022 but may provide an opportunity for other parents to familiarise themselves with the school.

No children need attend this meeting.

There will be an address by myself, the Parents’ Association and Board of Management. We expect to have you in and out within an hour.

You will receive your child’s booklist, school calendar and other information by email subsequently.

(Please park in car park (Basketball area) and please observe car park rules and protocols.)

Date:               Thursday 9th  June 2022

Time:            7.00 pm

Location:     School Hall, Scoil Bhríde, Kill,  W91PF85

At this meeting a date will be shared where you, with your child, can visit their classroom and familiarise yourself with the room and meet the teachers.

You will be sent a link for School costs which may be paid online through the Aladdin app.

More information to follow..


The school has a school uniform consisting of navy sweater, blue shirt or blouse, navy tie and navy trousers or skirt/pinafore and dark shoes.  We also have a school tracksuit which is worn on the day a child has P.E. The school tracksuit is available from Colgan Sports, Monread Rd., Naas. On all other days, children are expected to wear the full school uniform. This is one of the school rules.

 children are expected to wear the full school uniform. This is one of the school rules.




Separate Crests are available from the office for €4 and Colgan Sports can embroider crests on your garment for €5

For more information please see the school website 


Kind Regards,


Brendan Kelleher, Staff and Board of Management Scoil Bhríde


A Sarah Murray very kindly shared this excellent padlet of resources on transitions from pre-school to primary school in Ireland on Twitter last evening. She has put an enormous amount of work into collating all of these resources and we are very grateful to her for sharing them for free with the education community in Ireland. Maith thú Sarah. The generosity of teachers knows no bounds.


Some suggested resources from our Parents' Page.  More elsewhere on the website.