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Monday, June 25 2018
The Department of Education and skills have rolled out the new Online Patronage Process System (OPPS). This process allows parents to vote for their preferred patron for the four new Post-Primary Schools to be opened in September 2019.
Parents and Guardians with children who will be attending post-primary school between 2019 to 2023 born between 2006 and 2011 and live in the specified areas identified by the Department of Education is eligible to vote.
Scoil Sinéad believes that all children should learn at their own pace and their own learning style and not conform to any one method. Being involved in the community and developing our community is a big part of our curriculum aiming to show how important every job is to the development of the community and show the children all the options they have in their lives. We aim to nourish and give children the tools they need so that they can use their individual talents and abilities to make their community great.
Scoil Sinéad's ethos is that every child has a right to an education no matter their social economy, religion, ethnic background or their abilities.
Please help us to achieve this goal VOTE for Scoil Sinéad.
Saturday, September 09 2017
Scoil Sinead has a multi-denominational ethos, but the huge backing for it was not only about religion: its 697 name count was more than 10 times the number gathered by Dublin and Dun Laoghaire Education and Training Board (DDETB), also a multi-denominational patron.
Scoil Sinead established only in May 2016 and, when it bid for the school, it was not fully recognised as a patron. In November, patronage was awarded to DDETB — but with Scoil Sinead as a trustee partner. Read More
Thursday, August 10 2017
Friday, June 09 2017
Scoil Sinead is a new organisation applying for the patronage of a primary school. It is already working in partnership with the Dublin and Dún Laoghaire ETB in Griffeen Community College, the new post-primary school for Lucan to open in September 2017. The Board of Patrons of Scoil Sinead aims to embrace the desire for diversity in education and is committed to the inclusion of all its students regardless of their abilities. Scoil Sinead plans to operate a Multi-denominational, co-educational, English-medium primary school. read more