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St. Laurence's National School caters for boys and girls aged between 4 and 12.  The patron is the Archbishop of Dublin.

Formerly St. Peter and Paul's BNS and St. Mary's GNS, both schools amalgamated for the beginning of the 2013/2014 school year to become St. Laurence's National School. Junior Infants to 2nd Class pupils attend school in our Grange Road campus (the former girls' school), while 3rd Class to 6th Class pupils attend school in our Brookstone Road campus (the former boys' school). Both buildings are within minutes of each other.
The school’s over-riding aim is to help its young students to achieve their full potential.  We seek to do this through the deep committment of our teachers who work closely with the students and their parents.

Mission Statement
St. Laurence's National School welcomes children with special needs as part of the wonderful mix of our school. We aim to educate the whole child and to encourage the qualities of respect, truth, responsibility, wisdom, happiness and excellence in a caring Christian atmosphere,  We also work to instill an abiding passion for sports in our students.

While a Catholic school, we welcome students of all faiths and none.

Application forms are available online or directly from the office.  
School Fees
St. Laurence's N.S. is a non-fee paying primary school.

Secondary Schools
St. Laurence's N.S. serves as a feeder school to St. Fintan's Secondary School in Sutton, St. Mary's Secondary School in Baldoyle and Pobalscoil Neasáin Community School 'PSN' in Baldoyle.

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