After School Activities
After School Clubs at SFX Senior 2018/19
Homework Club is co-ordinated by Ms. O’Mahoney. Homework Club runs on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays between 2.30 and 3.30pm.
There are two classes which are run by Ms. O Mahoney and Ms. Donoher. The classes are split into a class of 3rd/4th and a class of 5th/6th. The teachers assist the children with their homework and scaffold. At the end of the homework club, all homework and spellings are checked and the journals are signed.
This is a great way for children who may find it difficult to concentrate at home. The children have an opportunity to have all their work completed and have more time for extracurricular activities outside of school.
We had great fun in Lego club so far this year. We created wonderful structures based on themes such as: School, Transport, Sport and more recently Easter. We used a lot of pattern in our designs.
Some of us worked with the Lego that had set instructions and we used our problem-solving skills to follow step by step instructions to build airplanes, cars and even a safari scene.
Lego club will start back on Tuesday 7th May with the option of 2:30-3:30 sessions or 3:30-4:30 sessions on Tuesdays, Wednesdays or Thursdays subject to demand. Forms will be distributed after Easter. Here are some examples of our creations:
Sports Activity Club
Be-Active Sports Club is a multi-sports club available to all students in SFX Senior School. Children practice the skills of a variety of sports and take part in fun games.
Be-Active Sports Club takes place on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 2.30 to 3.30.
Children have the option to sign up for 1, 2 or 3 days a week.
External Group Activities
Hibernia Academy of Music
We have music classes in St Francis Xaviers Senior School suitable for all ages. We begin from 3:30 until late, on Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday. We have pre instrumental group classes for 3 to 6 year olds. We cover most instruments from guitar to saxophone. We also rent instruments at a very reasonable rate. Discounts are given to students who attend St. Francis Xaviers.
Contact us for more information at 0876450549 or 018203198 or email email@example.com
Our website link is http://www.hiberniaacademy.ie/
Fingal Youth Orchestra is a voluntary, non-profit organisation dedicated to providing orchestral training and performance opportunities for their members. Our season runs from September – May, with occasional events over the summer. Rehearsals are held fortnightly on Sunday mornings in St. Francis Xavier Senior National School. New members are always welcome.
Further information can be found on https://www.fingalorchestra.ie/
Tuesdays @ 7.30pm
Coolmine Bridge Club was founded in 1978. Written into its constitution the following — “The prime objective of the Club is to play the game of Bridge in accordance with the Contract Bridge Association of Ireland’s rules and guidance. The Club shall encourage all members to fully participate in all Club activities in a friendly and sociable manner. Particular support shall be given to Beginner, Novice and Intermediate “B” grades to fully integrate into all aspects of the Club.” Down the years this has been a primary objective of the Club.
Since 2000 the club has resided in St Francis Xavier School and members play on Tuesday evenings at 7.30ppm sharp. Further information can be found on
Roselawn Bridge Club was set up specifically with beginner’s in mind. However, members of all standards and grades are welcome. Our more experienced players encourage and help our beginners. We offer lessons and are open for newcomers. We play every Wednesday and Friday at 7pm .
For further information, contact Brendan at 085 8707023
Blanchardstown 104th/144th Scout Group was established in 1975, and has been based
in St Francis Xavier’s School since the beginning.
Our team of Adult members is dedicated to the development and personal progression of each and every youth member involved. Scouting Ireland is an organisation open to young people between the ages of 6-26 of all abilities, creeds and ethnicities. The aim of scouting is for a youth member to develop their SPICES. These stand for different elements that, through scouting, we wish to improve. They stand for, Social, Physical, Intellectual, Character, Emotional and Spiritual. This is done through experiencing new things, creating adventure and most importantly having fun!
Our Scout Group runs four of the section programmes, Beaver, Cubs, Scouts and Venture Scouts.
- Beavers is for children aged between 6-9. The weekly meetings take place on Mondays between 6.30-7.30pm in the Senior School.
- Cubs is for children aged between 9-11. The weekly meetings take place on Mondays between 7.30-9pm in the Junior School.
- Scouts is for young people aged between 12-15.The weekly meetings take place on Thursdays between 8-9.30pm in the senior school. Venture Scouts is for young people aged between 15-18. The weekly meetings take place on Thursdays between 8-9.30pm in the senior school.
Please contact before bringing your child to a meeting as we have waiting lists in some sections. For general inquiries, contact
Details of Class Times: Thursdays, SFX Senior School 2:45 to 3:45pm