Scoil Íde 50 years on the go

By Maurice Garvey

SCOIL Íde, a presentation girls' primary school in Clondalkin, is celebrating it’s 50th year anniversary.

Founded in 1969 by the Presentation Sisters, the Catholic School caters for girls from aged 4 to 12, and boys from age 4 to 7 in junior classes.

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Scoil Ide in Clondalkin

Located on New Road in Clondalkin Village, the school is under the patronage of Archbishop Diarmuid Martin.

“However, many pupils of different persuasions attend our school and their religious outlook is respected,” said Orla Ní Odhráin on the school website.

“Our aim is to provide a learning environment in which each child is encouraged to develop his/her capabilities to the fullest extent. Pupils in our school are expected to always give of their best.

We are committed to providing the best possible environment to facilitate this development, as we believe that a child who is happy in school makes the best progress.

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Niall Desmond (Principal St Joseph’s) with Steve McEntaggart (Deputy Principal Colaiste Bride) on Wednesday

 

We are proud of our good relationships with the parents and guardians of our pupils and we work hard to promote an open, positive rapport.”

The school contains a staff of 18, including the Principal, support staff SNAs, caretaker, secretary and cleaners.

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Teachers and staff from Scoil Íde

The Board of Management for Scoil Íde is comprised of Mr Paul Molony, Chairperson, Principal Ní Odhráin, Laura McGrath, elected by staff, Gillian Malone and Cathal Harling, elected by parents, and Veronica Bailey and Maureen Christopher, nominated as community reps.

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