This is a drawing of the front of our school building. 
Our school is a senior girls' national school in Edenmore. 
Edenmore is in Raheny, Dublin 5 on the east coast of Ireland.  Our local church is St. Monica's.  Our school chaplain is Fr. David Lumsden.  He comes in to see us regularly. Our school was founded in 1968 by the Poor Servants of the Mother of God.

Welcome inside! One of the first things you might notice when you visit our school is this noticeboard on our main corridor.  It shows our Amazing Attenders who have been in school every day for a whole month, a whole term or even a whole year !  We are very proud of them.

Here are some of the many awards won by St. Eithne's on display in our foyer.
Seo iad ár bhFrásai na Míosa.   Déanaimid iarracht iad a fhoghlaim gach mí. Tá siad ar an mballa sa phasáiste.  Is maith linn an Ghaeilge ! You can also see our Sacred Space in this photo. Each month a different class takes a turn at decorating this area.
We are lucky to have a large hall which we use for PE and assembly every week.
This is our computer room. Every class has a weekly slot in the computer room. Parents also use it to learn computer skills.
This is our school library. Each class goes to the library once a week and can borrow books to take home. Sandra Kelly is our librarian.