Powerstown Educate Together National School, Tyrrelstown, Dublin 15 | Ní neart go cur le chéile – Powerstown Educate Together NS, Tyrrelstown Primary School, Dublin 15

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What is Educate Together?

The charter of Educate Together commits us to uphold the following core principles.

• Multi-denominational
• Co - educational        
• Child centred              
• Democratically run    


Our school promotes the holistic development of each child. We encourage children to reach their true potential through a broad and balanced curriculum. We aspire our pupils to develop opinions, views and beliefs in a safe, inclusive learning environment.

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Course for Holly & Hawthorn Class Parents

Holly & Hawthorn Class Parents: Please find below information on an upcoming parent course run by the Beechpark team.  It will run for 4 mornings in Cabra Library starting in November

Parenting in Early Years – Course

6 week early years parenting course taking place on a Thursday morning from November 8th to December 13th 2018 from 9.30am to 12.15pm It will take place in Blakestown Resource Centre, Blakestown Way, Dublin 15. The course will be facilitated by Pauline Mangan from Empower.  For more information or to reserve your place, please contact: Pauline more »

October PTA Meeting

The Parent Teacher Association will host an Autumn Coffee Morning next Friday the 19th of October in the Parents’ Room .  It will be the first official PTA meeting of the school year. The PTA is a great opportunity to get involved in your child’s school.   We encourage all parents interested to come along for more »

Creating Happy and Healthy Mealtimes

Free workshop for parents/guardians and friends. This workshop will show you how to foster healthy eating habits in young children in a positive way that improves family relationships. This talk will show you how to: Introduce children to healthy new foods Deal with fussy eating and avoid “food battles” Set up happy family meal times more »