Monkstown Educate Together NS
Learn Together to Live Together
Monkstown Educate Together National School strives to create a happy, safe, inclusive and nurturing environment where the uniqueness of each child is celebrated. We aim to provide a space where children are educated and where all members of the school community can grow, develop and achieve their full potential. We aspire to excellence in an atmosphere of respect, openness and joy.
Foghlaimímis le chéile conas maireachtáil le chéile
Déanann Scoil Náisiúnta Oideachas Le Chéile Bhaile na Manach dícheall timpeallacht shona, shlán, uilechuimsitheach agus oiliúnach a chruthú, áit a ndéantar uathúlacht gach páiste a cheiliúradh. Tá sé mar aidhm againn spás a chur ar fáil ina dtugtar oideachas do pháistí agus inar féidir le gach ball de phobal na scoile fás, forbairt agus lánacmhainneacht a chomhlíonadh. Is é ár dtoilmhian ardchaighdeán feabhais a bhaint amach maidir le hatmaisféar cóimheasa, o scailteachta agus sonais.
‘One Day Together’
‘One Day Together’, which will take place on Thurs February 27th Educate Together to hold a fundraising day and to celebrate the Educate Together movement on the same day. Read more…
“Understanding Bullying” an information evening for ALL parents, guardians, and carers
Led by Patricia Kennedy, Director of Sticks and Stones was hosted by Monkstown Educate Together & Dalkey School Project National School PTAs. For more info, visit www.sticksandstones.ie
New Educate Together Post-primary Schools
The Department of Education and Skills has appointed Educate Together as patron to 5 new second-level schools opening in 2015 and 2016. The schools will be located in Cork, Celbridge, Co. Kildare, North Wicklow, and Balbriggan and Ballinteer in Dublin.
This announcement will bring the total number of Educate Together second-level schools to 8, and see the first Educate Together second-level school in Munster open in Carrigaline / Cork South Suburbs in 2016. Read more here…
Newpark Comprehensive School “Buy a Brick” Campaign
As many of you may be aware Newpark Comprehensive School will soon be getting a new school building. This is great news for our children and future generations of children. Unfortunately, the Department of Education and Science funding does not fully cover the fitting out of the building and facilities. We therefore need to raise a minimum of 35K to fit out the labs, canteen etc. Our biggest fundraising event is the “Buy a Brick” campaign. We are appealing for additional support from MET parents as many of your children will benefit from the new build in the future. Our aim is to make Newpark School a centre of excellence in education.
Full details of the campaign are available at newparkschool.ie/fundraising
We hope you will be able to support this campaign and thank you in anticipation.
Newpark Comprehensive PTA Fundraising Comittee