Friday, December 2, 2016
Mr Martin and his TY English class have been working hard to produce a Newsletter which they have entitled the 'Sallemanac'.The Newsletter intends to provide a glimpse into the many wonderful activities taking place in our school and acknowledge some of our students, past and present, exceptional achievements. [read more]
Last month, five of De La Salle’s 6th year students travelled to Lourdes with the annual Dublin Diocesan Pilgrimage. Dan Slattery, Cillian Carroll, Dennis Byrne, Liam Wall and Fergus Balfe were accompanied by Mr. Forde, who was also a pilgrimage first-timer, for an unforgettable six days.
The school was well represented on the pilgrimage, with several returning past pupils travelling – John Gilligan, Jason Flynn and Eoin Redmond, as well as Schools Chaplain for the Pilgrimage, Fr. Paul Thornton.
Thanks to the hard work of our Deputy Principal, Ms Siobhan Foster and the wonderful staff at paintbox.ie, we are delighted to present our new Prospectus which is available in electronic format.
Open Day 2016 - Wednesday, September 28, 2016
Our annual Open day takes place on Thursday October 13th from 3pm to 7pm. We look forward to welcoming Parents and Boys from 1st to 6th class. This is a great opportunity to take a tour of our school, meet with our students and talk to our staff. [read more]
Booklists for the Academic year 2016/17 are now available to print [read more]
End of Year 2016
This year has of course flown by and we are now entering exam time when our students sit Junior Certificate and Leaving Certificate exams. I wish them all the very best of luck and hope that their hard work is rewarded.
Over the past month we have celebrated De La Salle Day with students, teachers, retired teachers, members of the parent's association and the Board of Management. The traditional ice cream was of course part of a wonderful sunny day. Our guests on the day complemented our students on their preparation and execution of their duties at the Mass which was the centre of our celebrations. Thank you to all responsible for such a wonderful day. Brother Patrick Byrne,now sadly deceased was most impressed and felt we had honoured St Jean Baptist De La Salle most appropriately. [read more]