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Our Community


Parents of prospective pupils may register their interest by completing a pre-enrolment form. Pre-enrolment forms may be submitted to the school approximately two years in advance of entry to Junior Infants (example: pre-applications for 2019 will be accepted from September 2017, pre-applications for 2020 will be accepted from September 2018, etc). Parents can download here a form either in Word or PDF format.

St Kevins

Our school are very proud of our long standing partnership with the brilliant St Kevin’s Hurling Club and are excited about the new links we are forging with St. Brendan’s gaelic football club. Our local soccer club St. Patrick’s Athletic are regular visitors to school to organise events and activities and we are the number one fan of their striker (?) James Doona, a past pupil of ‘Franner’ and always a great friend to the school and an excellent role model to the ‘Franner boys’ of today

St Patricks

St Louis Infant School accepts pupils from 4 years of age in accordance with the terms of the enrolment policy of the school. Click here to read and download: St Louis Infant School Enrolment Policy 2017

SUAS and A&L

CBC Monkstown

Business in the Community & Workday

Admissions: Feature

Our Community

Links with our Community are vital to our School Culture

Solas Project

Francis St C.B.S. have been working in partnership with the Solas Project since 2004, with a shared vision of helping the young people in our community to develop their talents and potential  to the fullest.

Solas project activities are known and loved by the boys of 'Franner' such as the 'Dragons Den', Tag-Rugby & The Yard.  

Kevins Hurling Club

Our school are very proud of our long standing partnership with the brilliant St Kevin’s Hurling Club. Kevins coach pupils of all ages in the game of hurling and offer every bit of encouragement and support they can to get the boys involved in hurling, and sport in general, whether that is in school or outside of school.

CBC Monkstown

Through the ERST network, the paths of our school and CBC Monkstown first crossed. Since that initial meeting, the paths between the two schools have become well worn with shared initiatives such as Tag-Rugby, drama, literacy and the Christmas hampers project. Transition year pupils from Monkstonw CBC in particular have spent much time with the boys of 'Franner' sharing a common spirit for learning and zest for life. 

St. Patrick's Cathedral 

Our school collaborates,  in a natural unison, with our close friends and neighbours in St. Patrick's Cathedral on projects such as Love D.8,, Engineering week & the Plastic Snake Sustainability Project.

As neighbours we are always willing to support each other in the name of our community.

Business in the Community & Workday

Through our successful partnership with Business in the Community we have been incredibly lucky to be paired with the Smithfield based, global company, Workday. Our friends in Workday have given greatly with their time, expertise and support to the boys of our school over our years working together.

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