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About Us


Scoil Treasa is situated at the foot of the Dublin Mountains in the parish of Firhouse. Firhouse is a suburb in south west Dublin.  It is located in a once rural setting close to the foothills of the Dublin Mountains.

The school first opened to pupils in July 1977 with Mr. Maurice Curtin as Principal. The school caters for boys and girls from 3rd to 6th Class.  We have a teaching staff of 21, a secretary, caretaker and seven classroom assistants.

The name Firhouse comes from a manor that was located at the top of the laneway joining Scoil Treasa and Scoil Carmel.  Like much of the rest of the area, this laneway, which led up to the main house, was lined with fir trees.


Mission Statement

We believe that all children should be encouraged to realise their potential in a happy, secure and friendly environment. Our school is a Catholic Primary School under the patronage of The Archbishop of Dublin.

Our primary aim is to promote the spiritual, academic, social, physical and aesthetic development of all our pupils, appropriate to their age, abilities and aptitudes while placing due emphasis on pastoral care of our pupils.


This aim is achieved by:
• A spirit of co operation, teamwork, professional and enthusiasm within an open friendly and christian atmosphere.

• Nurturing good parent/teacher relations.

• Promoting good communication in all aspects of school life based on mutual trut and understanding.

• Having well defined rules and code of behaviour in an atmosphere of fairness and respect.

• Developing the self esteem of the pupil.


We Cherish and Foster our Irish Culture


This is a map of the area around our school.



This is an aerial photograph of the area around our school.

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Aerial Photograph