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. The Department of Education and Skills asked parents/carers to vote for their patron of choice in an online survey. This survey closed on Sunday 12 January 2020. If you would like be kept up-to-date with developments please sign up to the school mailing list below.
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.
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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 now closed its Online Patronage Process System website for parents and carers residing in the designated Sallynoggin, Killiney, Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown and Cherrywood catchment area. The Department will now collate the results and announce the patron of the new school in the coming months.
If you’re a parent or carer of a pre-school child and living in this area and voted for Educate Together – thank you!