Welcome from the Principal

Thank you for taking the time to visit the Manor House website which I hope you will find both interesting and informative.

Manor House is a Catholic Voluntary Secondary School for girls founded by the Poor Servants of the Mother of God (SMG). It is the ethos and educational philosophy of the SMG that informs the way we do things in our school. Manor House is now under the stewardship of the Le Chéile Schools Trust to whom the SMG have entrusted the legal, financial and inspirational role of trusteeship. No matter what area the SMG work in they aim to respect the dignity and uniqueness of every individual. The school reflects this aim by trying to create an environment that demonstrates a concern for the welfare and good of others. We do our best to provide all our students with an academic programme appropriate to their needs within a caring and supportive environment.

Manor House has a six-year cycle, which includes a compulsory Transition Year. It provides a broad range of traditional academic subjects to Leaving Certificate Higher Level and also offers a comprehensive programme of general education, an excellent pastoral care system in addition to a wide range of extra-curricular and sporting activities. I hope that you enjoy your ‘web’ visit to our school and that by the time you have finished browsing you will have a good idea of the many different facets of school life in Manor House.

Mary O'Neill, Principal


TY Geography Trip to The Giant's Causeway: 28 April 2017
International Football Call-ups: 27 April 2017

Well done to our Transition Year students Rachael Kelly and Oleta Griffin who have been called up to represent the Ireland under-17 and under-16 football squads respectively. Rachael will represent her country at the UEFA European Championships from 02 to 14 May 2017 in the Czech Republic. Oleta has been recently called up to the National under-16 squad and will compete at a tournament in the Netherlands over the weekend of the 28-30 April 2017. Congratulations to both girls and best of luck from all at Manor House! #COYGIG #IRLWNT

Home Economics - 1st year Sewing Projects: 27 April 2017

"This is Ms. Crowleys 1st year sewing project. We included lots of techniques such as embroidery stitches like herringbone, French knots and blanket stitch. We also used a French seam to close the back of the dress and ribbons tied in bows for straps." (by Alex, Cadia, Rebecca and Keylah)

Father Peter McVerry Trust: 25 April 2017

We welcomed Michael Thomson from the Peter McVerry Trust on 25 April.  He spoke to the 1st, 2nd, TY and 5th year students about homelessness and its effects. Over €150 was raised and donated on the day. A big thank you to Ms Farrell for her help and to everyone who participated in the talk and contributions.

Important Dates
  • 19 May: 6th year Graduation
  • 22 May: TY Graduation
  • 25 May: House Exams
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Student Council Update

24 April 2017
There will be a Student Council meeting on Wednesday 26 April at 11.15am in Room G1.  Members should look at the agenda on the noticebo...

There is an Inter-Culture meeting today (24 April)  in the Lecture Theatre at 1.10pm.  All those who are interested in sharing their cultura...

Mock Trial Competition

08 April 2017
The TY Mock Trial competition took place in the Criminal Courts of Justice today, Saturday 8 April, from 9am to 4pm. Unfortunately, the Manor House te...

Eight of our students are having their stories and poems read on NearFm in a series of podcasts called 'Tales from the Dark Pool' Educati...

1st year Quiz

07 April 2017
The 5th year Mentors organised an end-of-term Quiz for all 1st years on 7 April. Thanks to Ms Gaughan for all her help.

'Handsome Devil'

07 April 2017
Mr Abrahamian brought a group of 5th year students to a special preview screening of the new Irish film, 'Handsome Devil', in the Li...

The Parents' Association is organising a Table Quiz on Thursday 6 April in Raheny GAA Club at 8pm, to raise funds for the School Library...

ON 4 April, the 2nd year class 2Q (Kairos) visited the St Gabriel's Senior Citizens' Club, with their teacher Mr Montgomery. 

Alanah Coughlan, 3rd year, has organised an MS Easter raffle. The prizes include 5 easter eggs, afternoon tea in the Gasworks bar (Belfast)  and ...

Grandparents Visit us

03 April 2017
Our 5th years will be entertaining their grandparents on 4 April from 1.40pm in the Old Hall with tea, cake and music. We hope that they have an ...