St. Josephs BNS
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|St. Josephs BNS
Scoil Naoimh Joseph
Dublin, Leinster, Ireland
|Religious affiliation(s)||Roman Catholic|
|School colour(s)||Black & Green|
|Sports||Gaelic Football, Hurling & Athletics|
|School roll||500 pupils|
St. Josephs BNS is a boys primary school in Terenure, Dublin, Ireland founded on November 5, 1866, the school was then called Roundtown Boys' National School, at its opening the school had 174 pupils & 3 teachers. The school competes in Gaelic Football & Hurling.
Digital school 
St. Joseph's was the first primary school in Ireland to introduce the digital curriculum, they won the inaugural Irish Digital school's award in 2006, the award was presented by the then Minister Mary Hanafin.
Notable People 
- Denis Bastick - Gaelic Football player with Templeogue Synge Street & Dublin GAA
- Eoghan O'Gara - Gaelic Football player with Templeogue Synge Street & Dublin GAA
- Danny O'Reilly - The Coronas
- Conor Egan - The Coronas
- Rob Smith - Musician and songwriter
- Ollie Byrne - Former footballer with UCD A.F.C. & Chairman of Shelbourne F.C.
- Tommy Byrne - Lead singer with The Wolfe Tones
Past Principals 
- Bernard Butler - Lord Mayor of Dublin from 1953-54
- Michael Collins - Former Teachta Dála & Lord Mayor of Dublin from 1977-78
- Batt Garvey - Former Kerry Senior Footballer (GAA)
Notable visitors 
- Retired Astronaut & United States Navy Captain Winston E. Scott visited the school in 2004.
- Retired Astronaut & United States Air Force Colonel Eileen Collins visited the school in 2006, Collins is the first woman to command a space-shuttle.
- The Coronas once played a concert in the school.