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St. Joseph’s, is a famous Northside Dublin school. In 2013 the school celebrated 125 years of involvement in the Irish Educational System. Many famous past pupils have passed through its doors.  The school educates boys to Leaving Certificate standard and boys and girls for Repeat Leaving Certificate.

The school is managed by a Board of Management consisting of representatives of the Christian Brothers, parents and teachers. The school is non fee paying with a voluntary subscription.

The main objective in St. Joseph’s is to promote an excellent all round education with particular emphasis on the academic, social and moral development of its students. As a Christian Brothers’ school the Catholic ethos permeates the work of the school.

Our Crest

Elements of our New School Crest Student Council: The Cross represents our standing as a faith based school where students of all religions or none are welcomed in a community of support. Student from St Joseph’s Primary: T...

Leadership Team

Principal Mr. Seán Stack Deputy Principal Ms. Alexandra Duane First Year Year Head & Health and Safety Co-Ordinator Mr. Michael Kelly  Second Year Year Head and SEN Link Co-Ordinator Ms. Caoimhe O'Donnell Third Year Year Head ...

History and Mission Statement

Our History Scoil Iósaif is a famous Northside Dublin school. In 2018 the school celebrated 130 years of involvement in the Irish Educational System. In 2023, the school became co-educational and began to accept both male and female students. ...


Please note, this page supersedes any policies previously dated, available in hard copy, saved electronically, or available through outdated wed searches. The links below lead to the most recent and in place policies of the school.

Edmund Rice Schools Trust Ethos

Scoil Iósaif operates under the patronage of the Edmund Rice Schools Trust. A copy of the ERST Charter can be found here . The Edmund Rice Schools Trust is the body with responsibility for the schools (secondary and primary) formerly run by the ...

Principal's Welcome

Fáilte chuig Scoil Iósaif an Fhionnradharc. Seán Stack (Principal). Picture; Gerry Mooney - Irish Independent I feel extremely honoured and privileged to have been given the opportunity to lead this wonderful school community. We are a Catholic Vo...

Board of Management

Scoil Iósaif is under the trusteeship of the Edmund Rice Schools Trust. The Trust appoints four members to the board and the remaining four are directly elected by the school community. Two members are elected by the parents at an AGM in the September ...


Teaching Staff 2022/23 Ms. Fiona Barry Teacher of Spanish and French Mr. Aidan Brennan Teacher of Business Ms. Hollie Browne Teacher of Music Ms. Colleen Byrne SEN Teacher Ms. Emma Collins Teacher of Science Ms. Niamh Costello SEN Teacher ...


Supporting Safe Provision of School Inspection - November 2020 Download For more information, please visit:https://www.education.ie/en/find-a-school/School-Detail/?roll=60390F

'Ask One Family' Support Services

Askonefamily is the helpline for people parenting alone, sharing parenting and for those separating. We provide detailed, confidential information on social welfare entitlements and finances, family law, housing, education, childcare, parenting,...


2022 - 2023 booklists Book-List-1st-Year-2022-2023 Download Book-List-2nd-Year-2022-2023 Download Book-List-3rd-Year-2022-2023 Download Book-List-5th-Year-2022-2023 Download Book-List-6th-Year-2022-2023 Download

Mobile App

The school app is used as a means of communicating school news, important messages, student calendar and term reports. All parents (s)/guardian(s) should download and register. We also invite anyone interested in the school to download and follow....

Child Protection

Child-Safeguarding-Statement-2022-1 Download Notification-regarding-Child-Safeguarding-Statement-2022 Download

Code of Behaviour

*The Code of Behaviour has been reviewed and has been updated from January 2022

Parents' Council

The Parents’ Council can be contacted through the Chairperson at parentscouncil@stjosephsfairview.ie The Parents' Council What is the Parents’ Council? The Parents’ Council is a group that is open to any parent of a student in the s...