Graduation Day is becoming a big event on the D7ET Calendar, a big step for those who have been with us for the past eight years. While it is sad to see familiar faces disappear, today was a happy occasion. Children were excited about their big move to secondary school, and the whole school […]Read More Goodbye 6th Class!
5th and 6th Class visited the Irish Aid office on O’Connell St. today, as part of an information event. This is to raise awareness of the Irish Foreign Affairs Dept. funding for selected countries in the Developing World. Today, we learned about a typical school-girls’ daily life in Malawi, Africa. For Memory Solomon, electricity, running […]Read More Irish AId Visit
Thanks to Clare O’Malley of 2nd Class, and Ruth from 5th, who organised this dance class with Junior Infants in the yard today. Golden Brown by The Stranglers was the track in question, by the way.Read More Junior Infants Dance 2013
June 5th was annual Santry Sports Day. D7ET have made steady progress over the past several years, as a result of Mary McKenna’s work with the school. Many of our pupils run regularly with the Celtic Athletic Club, and Mary was on hand today to give last-minute advice to our athletes. Boys and Girls competed […]Read More Santry Sports 23013