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Spectacular Fun in SFX Senior School click here to see some great photos

Book Lists for 2022-23 now available in parent section under Parent Documents

St. Francis Xavier School Calendar 2022-23  now available under news section.

The Board of Management’s annual review of the school’s Child Safeguarding Statement was completed at the Board meeting of 18th January 2022 and can be viewed in our School Policy section
This review was conducted in accordance with the “Checklist for Review of the Child Safeguarding Statement” published on the Department’s ‘website

The Board of Management’s Annual Review of the Anti-Bullying Policy took place at the Board Meeting of 11th May 2022 and can be viewed in our school policy section.”

Remote Teaching and Google Classroom Information

G-Suite parent Information can be located under Parent Section- Parent Documents.

SFX Senior SchoolRemote Learning Plan

Click below and follow instructions to activate your Google Account. If you are having any difficulties with your google classroom accounts please email


If Your Child has Symptoms

Covid 19 Response Plan for the safe and sustainable operation of Primary and Secondary Schools.

Covid Risk Assessment Document St. Francis Xavier Senior National School

HSE Return to School Declaration Form

Face Covering Information from Government

Back to school advice for schools and families

Fáilte           Welcome 

Dobrodosli            Laipni Ludzan

Khush Amdi           Sveiki Atvyke

Witam Cie             Benvenuto

 Ahlan Wa Sahla 

Winter Gardening at SFX Senior!

Ms. Brady’s 4th class enjoyed some winter gardening thanks to Optimum Chauffeur Drive and Mary Mc Grath who supplied the school with a wonderful selection of plants for our sensory garden.    This is part of a carbon offsetting project by Optimum Chauffeur Drive who also provided us with the services of landscaper Graham Bradley from  Graham worked with the children and also with our own avid gardener Brian and our assistant caretaker Neil.


Third Class to Fifth Class Term Three Videos.

Sixth Class Term Three Videos.


SFX Senior welcomes 2nd class pupils to Sonas class.

Mr. Gurhy’s 6th class planted other garden areas of the school grounds as part of this project.

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Science Week 2021




6 May

Back to school in Room 12

Room 12 has been up to a lot since we got back in …

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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