St. Paul's CBS Secondary School

North Brunswick St

Dublin 7


We place a strong emphasis on the Arts in our school. This year we picked up four awards at the JAFAs (Junior Cert Schools Programme Film Awards) and if you click on the links below you can watch the winning films. We have a vibrant Arts Department and encourage students to display their work around the school. We also cooperate with Mount Carmel Secondary School in staging plays or musical.

Brunner’s students recent art work


  • Halloweek Winners - Well done to everyone who entered our Fancy Dress, Art and Puzzle Competitions. Prizes were awarded to Krystian Nawrot, Bobby Craig and Brandon Slattery for their fabulous Hallowe’en themed drawings. Corngau Chen and Spencer Brehov boggled our minds with their puzzles while Aaron Molloy, Pawel Rutkowski, Amir Moazzemi, […]
  • TY Living Art Installation - On a very wet Friday 3rd March the Transition Years took part in a historical art project in the grounds of DIT Grangegorman. The lads were part of a group who were photographed wearing bonnets to commemorate the over three thousand women and 500 children who were […]
  • Hallowe’en Art Competition -   1st Adam Byrne 5 O’Sullivan 2nd Spencer Brehhov 2 Yeats 3rd Bobby Craig 1 Tisdall
  • Thomas McDonagh 1916 Commemoration Exhibition 22/04/16 - To commemorate the 1916 Rising there is a wonderful exhibition of paintings, wood carvings, artifacts and posters on display  in our school hall today. Well done to Ms. Heffernan, Mr. Weldon, Ms. Brady and to all the students who worked so hard to produce such wonderful work. The […]
  • TY – Bank of Ireland Community Events - On November 20th Bank of Ireland, in conjunction with Blackhall Place, held a community event for the local primary and secondary schools. Jianchun He was the winner of the art competition. Jianchun had to create a clay character that might be used in an animated feature. He […]

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St. Paul's CBS Secondary School
North Brunswick St
Dublin 7

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