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



Past Pupil on Winning Dublin Team: 24 September 2017

Well done to the Dublin Women's Gaelic Football Team on a great win against Mayo in the 2017 All-Ireland final. The score was 4-11 to 11 points. Congratulations to our very own Kate Fitzgibbon, circled in the photo below. Good on you, Kate!


TY Treasure Trail: 15 September 2017

"On Friday 15 September all the TY classes - accompanied by the TY team teachers, Mrs. Robinson, Mr. Montgomery, Ms. Ni Mhuineachain, Ms. Crowley and Ms. Grace,   went on a Treasure Trail around Dublin , following clues to explore lesser-known Dublin. On behalf of all the TY students we would like to say a big thank you to  the teachers who organised this trip. We really enjoyed it and we would all recommend for the girls in 3rd year to also do this as well in TY next year. We thought it was a brilliant bonding trip and a good and fun way to work together!"

(by Alanah Coughlan, TY)

Cycle Against Suicide Ambassador School Awards: 12 September

Two Manor House students accompanied by Mrs Robinson and Ms Fagan attended The Cycle Against Ambassador School Award 2017. Catherine Grogan, TY, and Aisling Bell, 5th year, represented the Smile Committee to collect this award. The ceremony was held in the Royal Hospital Kilmainham. The Manor House delegation was delighted to meet the Minister of State for European Affairs, Helen McEntee, pictured below.

This is Manor House's fourth time to receive the Ambassador Award which has been presented to commend the work of our Smile Committee. We hope that this will inspire future generations of Manor House students and staff to continue to spread the vital message that 'its ok not to feel OK, and it is absolutely OK to ask for help' and to continue to help break down the stigma surrounding mental health in our community.

Important Dates
  • 02 Oct: School is closed for the day
  • 17 Oct: 3rd yr PT Meeting (4.15pm)
  • 09 Nov: 6th yr PT Meeting (4.15pm)
  • 28 Nov: 5th yr PT Meeting (4.15pm)
Latest ...

Debs 2017

25 September 2017
A pre-debs reception took place in the PE Hall on 25 September at 6pm.

HPV Vaccination 2017

25 September 2017
1st year students are reminded that the HPV Vaccination will be administered on Friday 29 September. Forms will be given to studen...

Student Council Book Bank

25 September 2017
The Student Book Bank outside the Old Hall is available to all students who would like to borrow a book to read.  Please return the book when fin...

Pink Day: 4 October 2017

25 September 2017
Students may donate €2 if they wish to wear pink in school on 4 October for the Manor House 'Breast Cancer Awareness' Day.  The...


25 September 2017
The Student Council is asking all students to bring in cakes and treats for the PINK  SWEETS  AND  TREATS  STALL which will be sel...

Frances Taylor Day

24 September 2017
Today, 24 September, is Frances Taylor Day. Frances Taylor was the Foundress of the Poor Servants of the Mother of God (Now SMGs). Read about her here...

Congrats Rachel!

24 September 2017
Rachel Kelly, 5th year, has again been selected for the Republic of Ireland under-17s soccer squad. They beat Bosnia-Herzegovina today (1 to 0). ...

Congrats, Kate!

24 September 2017
Past pupil Kate Fitzgibbon is a member of the Dublin Women's Gaelic Football team who beat Mayo in today's All-Ireland final (4-11 to 0-11). W...

Student Council:

21 September 2017
Elections for the Student Council 2017-18 are taking place from 21 to 26 September. Thank you to all the students who have put themselves forward to r...

School Mass

20 September 2017
Mass for the Opening of the School Year is celebrated today at 12 noon in the Church of Our Lady Mother of Divine Grace. All students and staff w...

Plastic Bottles

19 September 2017
Students are requested to bring in empty and clean 2-litre plastic drinks bottles with the labels removed.  Bottles will be collected at Class Tu...

Student Council

18 September 2017
Student Council nomination forms for election to the Council of 2017-18 must be left in to Ms Doherty's office today, Monday,  by 1pm. There ...

School Orchestra

14 September 2017
Rehearsals are under way for the first School Mass of the year, which takes place on 20 September. Members of the orchestra are reminded to bring in t...

The TY calendar for the 2017-18 year has been posted on this website in the Quick Links (above) and on the TY home page.

7 students achieve all As!

13 September 2017
Well done to the seven students in TY who achieved a perfect overall score in their Junior Cert exam. See the photo.