The Dalkey School Project National School or DSPNS was founded by a group of parents, who wished to have their children educated in a multi-denominational school. When it opened in September 1978 in Dun Laoghaire it was the first such school in the country. Since 1985 the school is located in Glenageary Lodge, Glenageary, Co. Dublin and has now grown to well over 200 pupils and 13 teachers. There are now 84 Educate Together primary schools and 13 Educate Together secondary schools in the country.

Dalkey School Project National School strives to create a happy, friendly, inclusive, educational environment where each child is unique and valued. We are a welcoming school where diverse talents are appreciated and the school community works together respectfully. We cooperate to have a peaceful and safe atmosphere in which to learn and teach. We nurture each person’s potential and aspire to excellence.

Support Dun Laoghaire ETNS

Support Dun Laoghaire ETNS

Click the link for health benefits gained by walking to school: https://www.livingstreets.org.uk/news-and-blog/press-media/campaign-calls-for-traffic-bans-outside-schools-our-comment/

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Good Weather. Good Gear.

Good Weather. Good Gear.

AS we enjoy some fine weather, we need to remind parents/guardians about our dress code. It is very important we educate children about clever marketing and guide them towards making dress choices that are age appropriate. We ask you to speak with your children -...

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Mindful in May

Mindful in May

Our focus for the month is Mindfulness or Spiritual Growth We will develop stillness through quiet moments. We will cultivate our meditative spirits. We will practise self reflection, examining our feelings and experiences. We can meditate in our sit spots. Planning...

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Keep Children Safe

Keep Children Safe

Thanks to every driver who is cooperating with our Safe Traffic Code. School gates are safer for children to cycle and walk in that area. Special thanks to parent volunteers who are standing in support of a safe school. We would welcome people who can take a stand...

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