Educate Together has applied for patronage of a brand new national school to serve Sallynoggin, Killiney, Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown and Cherrywood to open in 2020.
YOU CAN VOTE EDUCATE TOGETHER FOR SALLYNOGGIN/ KILLINEY/DLR/CHERRYWOOD HERE
The school will develop to 16 classrooms and serve a catchment area designated by the Department of Education and Skills. You can view the catchment area here. Parents and carers of children aged 0-5, not currently attending primary school and living within the catchment area will be eligible to vote for their preferred patron.
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Why choose Educate Together?
There are a lot of reasons to choose Educate Together: 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. It’s no wonder that Educate Together schools are in huge demand nationwide.
What happens next?
The Department of Education and Skills (DES) has openED its dedicated Online Patronage Process System website for parents and carers residing in the designated Sallynoggin, Killiney, Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown and Cherrywood catchment area. If you’re a parent or carer of a pre-school child and living in this area, you can #VoteEducateTogether here.
What you can do
- Sign up to the relevant mailing list for your area
- Vote for Educate Together here
- Share the link with friends and family that may be eligible to vote.
- Like and share our Facebook page so your community knows about this patronage survey.
- If you have any time to spare, you could volunteer to help the campaign – just get in touch.