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Internet Safety Week

All classes will be attending Talks with expert Paula O’Connor on Internet Safety and Cyber Bullying.

Parents’ Talk

Wednesday Morning 5th February 9.00am.

Don’t miss the opportunity to inform yourself !

Topics covered will include social media, cyber bullying, dangers of online gaming, access to inappropriate sites, sharing inappropriate content, tips and coping mechanisms among many other topics. 

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19 February

Our February Blog

For Random Acts of Kindness Week, we chose to write a letter to …

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“Firstly I want to congratulate St Francis Xavier Senior School on reaching this really fantastic milestone. Having the privilege of being a Public Representative in Dublin 15 I get to call to many doors and meet many people and each time SFX comes up, the reports are nothing but good ones. This is a testament to the many staff past and present who have given so much commitment over the years to the pupils in their care.
I went to Xavier’s between 1984 and 1991. It was a new school at the time in an area full of young families at what was then the edge of the city. I have lots of memories of school. It’s hard to though to pick one out. I remember lining up in the morning in the yard before school started, little break and big break, sports days, gym days and school trips. I also remember walking down to the church to prepare for our First Holy Communion and the big day itself, vaccine boosters, the sponsored walks and Christmas Fair. I particularly remember the trip to Wales in 6th class. We all went over on the ferry and visited Rhyl and Caernavon. I remember all of my teachers; Mrs McCarthy, Ms Murphy and Mr Parker. Although class sizes were large, we got a very good education in all senses of the word and for that I am very thankful.
Being back in the school last year on a visit brought back those long lasting memories. It is great to see that SFX continues to deliver for the children who attend. I know first-hand from my nephews who attend SFX that the high level of dedication shown by the staff still exists and is strong.  I will always be grateful to my teachers in SFX who always encouraged me. Wishing all the pupils, staff and parents the very best in the celebrations and here is to the many more years where long lasting friendships and more good memories will be made.”

− An Taoiseach Leo Varadkar, Past Pupil