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 92 Educate Together primary schools and 17 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.

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Admissions September 2022 at DSP

Admissions September 2022 at DSP

Next week all applicants on our 'old' pre-enrolment list should receive Confirmation of Interest (COI) letters. These must be returned if the applicant child is to remain on the list for Junior Infants September 2022. These applicants are processed under the Enrolment...

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Grateful for…

Grateful for…

Today, Friday, many children in the senior end of the school will be completing their Learning Logs. At the end of four weeks back in school, we have a very long list of stimulating activities and events that we can be grateful for. PEsouthside sportssouthside...

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Gay is ok. Rainbows are for everyone.

Gay is ok. Rainbows are for everyone.

We had a very affirming experience of the school community in action this morning. Homophobic graffiti was noticed outside the school gates and near the bus stop on Sallyglen Road.Immediately, several parents offered Miriam help in dealing with the situation. Within a...

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Outdoor activities – what a privilege!

Outdoor activities – what a privilege!

It is wonderful to see children making meaningful connections between outdoor learning and their own child led games in yard time. We notice many children interacting with the natural environment in creative ways during break time - designing fairy worlds, dens,...

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