School menus

Elementary School is truly an extraordinary place of learning. Our talented staff provides each student with a rigorous standards.

The homelike quality of our school contributes to a relaxed, focused experience for the child. Our indoor classroom activities are placed on open shelves for selection as interest and readiness inspires the child. Our outdoor environment offers a beautiful developed playground with manipulatives, tricycles, pets, and gardens.

Green flag for water awarded to DSP

Fourth class environmental enthusiasts represented DSP at an awards ceremony in the Helix recently. The award ceremony was the culmination of a year working on how to manage our use of water at DSP. We are grateful to teacher Amy Wall for guiding the green 

Passport day

Passport Day was a great success on Tuesday 5th June 2024. Children learned lots about different food, music, history, architecture, religions, geography, culture and traditions in many countries. They also learned research and presentation skills – and how to regulate oneself on a very busy, 

Yummy food from the garden

Children from First Class and Senior Infants had great fun harvesting onions from the garden on Wednesday. After sorting the onions to share with all the garden helpers, it was time to do some weeding. We noticed delicious beetroot, kale, chard, broccoli and cauliflower growing. 

Green flag for water awarded to DSP

Fourth class environmental enthusiasts represented DSP at an awards ceremony in the Helix recently. The award ceremony was the culmination of a year working on how to manage our use of water at DSP. We are grateful to teacher Amy Wall for guiding the green 

Passport day

Passport Day was a great success on Tuesday 5th June 2024. Children learned lots about different food, music, history, architecture, religions, geography, culture and traditions in many countries. They also learned research and presentation skills – and how to regulate oneself on a very busy, 

Yummy food from the garden

Children from First Class and Senior Infants had great fun harvesting onions from the garden on Wednesday. After sorting the onions to share with all the garden helpers, it was time to do some weeding. We noticed delicious beetroot, kale, chard, broccoli and cauliflower growing.