The crest was designed for the Centenary Celebration 1902 – 2002. The hands of the children striving outwards, towards the future, their lives, the spiral and the rings around the symbol comment on the eternity of time and the cyclical nature of life. The hands are touching and overlapping, reflecting on the interaction of those children, whose paths have crossed over one hundred years in the school. In 2005 the hands were coloured in two skin tones to reflect the diversity of cultures in the school.

All children irrespective of gender, race, or culture are given equal opportunity to participate in all aspects of school life. We nurture in our children a sense of cultural identity and pride in ones culture. Children are taught Irish and encouraged to use Irish informally in daily conversation. Children from other countries are encouraged to teach us about their culture and traditions. Every day we learn from each other.