Welcome to the website of Dublin 7 Educate Together (D7ET). D7ET was founded by a group of parents in 1999 and was initially located in temporary premises in Henrietta Street, Dublin 1. In 2002 the school was relocated to temporary accommodation on the grounds of St Joseph's School for the Deaf, on the Navan Road, Dublin 7. In September 2009 the school moved again, this time to purpose-built temporary premises on the Grangegorman site. It is proposed that the school will be housed permanently on the Grangegorman site as part of the site's redevelopment.
The school is managed by a Board of Management made up of the Principal and one staff nominee, two community nominees, two parent nominees and two nominees of the patron body. The current Board was appointed in December 2015. A number of committees have been formed to assist the Board in achieving its short, medium and long term aims. These committees address the issues of policy development, after school activities and information technology. The school also has an active parent-teacher association.
The school has adopted a Code of Behaviour. This code of behaviour applies to all pupils and it should be read in conjunction with other relevant policies (Health and Safety, Anti-Bullying and Homework policies) and with the School Information booklet.
Please note the following regarding enrolment: Due to the planned commencement of the Education (Admission to Schools) Act, 2018, Dublin 7 Educate Together National School will not accept pre-enrolment applications forms for September 2024. A new Admission Policy will be approved with an annual admissions process for this intake group.
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