Educate Together has applied for patronage of a brand new second-level school to serve Enfield, Co. Meath and Kilcock, Co. Kildare to open in 2020.
The Online Patronage Preference Survey closed on Friday 4 October 2019.
The Department of Education and Skills will announce the results of the patronage survey in the coming months. For further updates, please sign up to the mailing list below.
Further information on the Online Patronage Preference Survey for secondary schools can be found here.
The school will serve a catchment area outlined by the Department of Education and Skills – you can find the map here.
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Why do parents choose Educate Together?
There are a lot of reasons to choose Educate Together as a second-level school patron: at primary level Educate Together has forty years experience of providing an education based on human rights and that welcomes all children regardless of religious, social or cultural background. Educate Together has established a tradition of democracy, inclusion and equality that benefits pupils, parents and teachers alike.
Educate Together second-level schools continue in this vein, with innovative teaching methods, an inclusive, student-centred ethos and a move away from ‘teaching to the test’ so that all aspects of student well-being is considered.
What happens next?
The Department of Education will collate the results and award patronage according to parental preference. If Educate Together is awarded patronage of this school, principal recruitment and enrolment policy development will begin immediately. Sign up at the mailing list below for further updates.