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Sports Day 2022

Once again blessed with good weather!

Jnr & Snr Infant Trip to Dalys

Building on the class learning about money, a practical outing was planned

Practical Science and outrageous fun!

2nd & 3rd Class making and launching rockets and building exploding volcanos

Heritage Council visit with Paddy Madden

Our annual Heritage Council speaker

Parents Coffee Morning

A pleasure to welcome parents back into the school post Covid

Gemma Hanlon Memorial Blitz

Fantastic performance by all

Boys Football Blitz in Baltinglass

The boys had a great blitz despite getting rained off before the final!

First Holy Communion

A wonderful celebration

Confirmation Ceremony 2022

Our newly confirmed pupils enjoyed their day.

A School Tradition – 6th Class Full Irish!

With the help of parents, our 6th Class chefs cooked and served up a breakfast treat.

Easter Egg Hunt

4th & 5A Class enjoyed one of the many egg hunts organised around the school.

People of Ukraine – We support you

Today we held a yellow and blue fundraiser for the Red Cross Ukrainian Appeal

Aquatic Macro Invertebrates Talk

Zoologist Bridget Fox visited us as part of our Green Schools Marine Flag

Green Schools – Global Citizenship Marine Flag

The whole school has been busy preparing for our Green Schools Marine Flag. There was so much to learn and so much fun to be had!

Ceremony of Light

A brief glimpse of the beautiful Ceremony of Light that the Confirmation class participated in. It symbolises the parents passing their faith on to their children.

Celebrating St. Brigid’s Day

4th & 5thA Class making St. Brigid’s Day crosses.

Christmas Festivities

We have had a great run up to Christmas with Christmas crafts, our sponsored walk, Santa Visit and 6th Class Recital. Fun for all!

Celebration of Confirmation Commitment Cermony

Well done 5th Class who have taken the first step on their journey to their Confirmation. They celebrated with homemade cake after the Commitment Ceremony.

Getting Creative – 4th & 5th A show off their talent

The boys and girls crafted beautiful baskets from moulding clay, painted beautiful winter scenes and built castles in the sky!

Science Week for 1st and 2nd A Class

Pupils had a blast growing their own rainbow, making butter and experimenting with skittles

Green Schools Committee at work

Planting our new raised beds kindly supplied and constructed by Hollywood Tidy Towns. Thank you!

Friendship Week

‘Friendship’ was the theme of our Anti-bullying Week

Science Week – 5th B & 6th Class

Brains were buzzing using hoists and pulleys to create fantastic experimental models.

Junior & Senior Infants getting busy

Our new Junior Infants are settling in well to ‘big school’. There have been lots of singing, building, exploring and just having fun. Our Senior Infants are doing a great job of showing their classmates the ropes and leading by example.

Back to the Stone Age!

Ms Blaney’s 2nd & 3rd Class time travelled back in history to the Stone age. These hunter-gatherers fought for survival and our pupils really got into the fighting spirit of these nomadic people.

First Holy Communion

What a lovely day for our Third Class who finally got to celebrate their First Holy Communion. Thanks Ms Keogh and Ms Blaney and Fr Prendiville for making it such a special day.

Sports Day

We had perfect weather for Sports Day - not too...

6th Class Hike in Glendalough

6th Class had a wonderful day in Glendalough...

Féile / Fun Day

What an amazing day we had! The sun shone, and...

Russborough House

Here are some interesting facts on the history...

Show Racism the Red Card

Pupils in our school have participated in the...

Spring Walk

The Junior Infants made the most of the Spring...

The Story of St Brigid – Scéal Naomh Bríd

Brigid was probably born at Faughart near...


Brains buzzing with Science Experiments


An exceptionally resilient class who have been busy, creative, and active this year so far.


Litter Picking for our Green Schools Global...


Green Schools - Global Citizenship Marine Flag...


Naíonáin Beaga agus Naíonáin Móra...


Ár scoil

Scoil Chaoimhín Naofa/Hollywood National School nestles in the hills of Wicklow just off the N81 at Hollywood Cross. Hollywood derives its name from Killendeyvin or from the Irish Cillín Chaoimhín meaning Kevin’s Little Church. St Kevin studied at a monastery in Kilnamanagh near Tallaght and after some years went to live as a hermit in Glendalough. Some claim  that he set up a religious settlement at Hollywood or Holy Wood. Hollywood was later to become a staging point for pilgrims on their way to Glendalough.  

SCHOOL CALENDAR/Féilire na Scoile

  • School Re-opens: Monday 29th August, 2022
  • Mid-Term Break: Monday 31st – Friday 4th November, 2022
  • Parent/Teacher Meeting: Tuesday 15th & Wednesday 16th November, 2022
  • Christmas Holidays: Wednesday 21st December, 2022  (school closes at 12.00pm)
  • School Re-opens: Thursday 5th January, 2023
  • February Bank Holiday: Friday 3rd & Monday 6th February 2023 (St. Brigid’s Day)
  • February Mid-Term Break: Thursday 16th –  Friday 17th February, 2023
  • St. Patrick’s Day Holiday: Friday 17th & Monday 20th March, 2023 (St. Patrick’s Day)
  • Easter Holidays: Friday 31st March, 2023 (school closes at 12.00pm)
  • School Re-opens: Monday 17th April, 2023
  • First Holy Communion: Saturday 13th May, 2023
  • June Mid-Term Break: Monday 5th – Friday 9th June, 2023
  • Summer Holidays: Thursday 29th June, 2023 (school closes at 12.00pm.)

If there are any changes to the calendar, parents will be notified by text or email.  It is important therefore that we are notified immediately if you change your mobile number and a current email address.

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Scoil Chaoimhín Naofa | Hollywood National School


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The “Ethos” of Scoil Chaoimhín Naofa, Hollywood encompasses collective attitudes, beliefs, core values, traditions, aspirations and goals. these are reflected in the actual practices, which are carried out in the school on a daily, weekly and yearly basis. While it is impossible to outline all aspects of the school “ethos”, the following characteristics are experienced and promoted as essential elements in the establishment of a supportive and positive “ethos”.

In Scoil Chaoímhín Naofa, where the ethos is that of a Christian Catholic School, religious instruction, in accordance with the doctrine and tradition of the Catholic Church is part of the education given children who belong to that church.

Standardised Testing Information for Parents

The NCCA have produced an information pack on sTEN scores and what they mean. Please follow the link below to find out more!


Get In Touch/Déan Teagmháil linn


Hollywood National School, Hollywood, Co Wicklow, W91 N260.


045 864 014


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