January: Some children start to play the low string instruments viola, cello and double bass.
Seamus Doyle, Bass player with the RTÉ Concert Orchestra and Eimear O'Grady BA in Performance from the Royal Irish Academy of Music cellist joins the team.
February. The project is officially launched with distinguished guests present.
March. The orchestra is formed. St Agnes' joins the Irish Association of Youth Orchestras
Amy Murray, Amy Leon and Deirbhile Seville gain places at audition in Dublin Youth Orchestras
First Public Performance: First class pupils along with fourth and fifth class pupils perform at Cór Fhéile na Scoileanna in the National Basketball Arena, Tallaght, Dublin.
May. Mol an Óige agus Tiocfaidh Sí.
The St. Agnes' Primary School Violin project wins the RTÉ Lyric FM Moladh an Cheoil award.
Sister Bernadette Sweeney, Joanna Crooks, Chloe Keane and Rachel Clarke travelled down to RTÉ Lyric FM, Cornmarket Square, Limerick, to receive the prize. Three Yamaha portable grand pianos were purchased for the school with the prize money. These pianos are in constant use in the cookery room!
June The Orchestra's summer concert takes place.
December The Intermediate Orchestra of the Royal Irish Academy of Music gave a concert for the whole school in the School Hall.
St Agnes' Primary School won an IRISH TIMES Living Dublin award. An ensemble performed before the Lord Mayor at the Mansion House, Dublin.
A string ensemble of violins and violas performed Christmas carols at Ashleaf Shopping Centre, Crumlin, in aid of Our Lady's Hospice, Harold's Cross, Dublin 6W.
Pupils from third class along with members of the Orchestra tell the story of Christmas in words and music at Caritas Nursing Home, Blackrock, co. Dublin.