Killester church howth road national school

killester church howth road national school

My biggest concerns would be class size, remedial assistance and after school activities. She is now 1yr and I have already had a school refuse to take her name as the list for 2014 is too long!!!! Besides its then secluded location it also possessed the advantage of an underground tunnel to Dollymount Strand, useful as an escape route if the British Army or Tans carried out a raid.

Your name or email address: I do believe you when you say, it's hard to find non-catholic schools.

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I would be prepared to travel a little bit for a particularly good school. There are many Clontarf families with children in the school. When I started in Greenlanes, at 3 years old, there were four classes in the first room, up to second class.

killester church howth road national school

My children were also very happy there and received a very good education - one is still a student there. Killester really came into being as a district shortly after World War I when 300 houses were built in the demesne of Killester house for ex-service men. I was initially a little apprehensive about choosing a school that mixes grades i.

The ground at the back of the church was the site of an old convent, which was built, in the 16th century. In September 1974 the new building here on this site was opened and the school as we know it evolved from infants to sixth class.

killester church howth road national school

Hi Alaskonline, would you believe I started putting my daughter's name on lists when she was 5 mths old!!! Killester boundaries have changed dramatically.

There are 393 students on roll. There were two second classes. Or secondary for that matter...

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Thank you for your replies. Brigid sometime between the 5th and 9th centuries.

killester church howth road national school

Good to hear from someone who went to Greenlanes Scotsgirl. The Educate Togethers can't afford to do that though I don't think, as they recommend putting names down shortly after the birth!! According to legend, St. I went to a Cathloic school and it was grand, but I think I would rather my daughter not as she won't be making her communion and I would not like her to feel left out, amongst other reasons. Brigid is said to have performed several miracles in Killester during her visit to the convent of Lasera.

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It's utter madness. Home About Us History. It was built in 1974.