We have moved to
our new building
in Belarmine

Equality based, co-educational, child centred and
democratically run.

We have now moved to
Belarmine Vale, Stepaside.

Call us on 01 2946753
or email us:
info@stepasideetns.ie

Welcome!

 

Office hours: 8:30 - 10:00 and 13:00 - 14:30 Monday to Friday

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Download school calendar:

School calendar 2018-2019

Contact info

Stepaside Educate Together National School
Belarmine Vale, Stepaside, Dublin 18, D18 H7W6
Landline: (01) 294 6753
Mobile: (085) 745 4998
 visitors hours: 8.30am-10am and 1pm-2.30pm
E-mail: info@stepasideetns.ie
Registered Charity Number (RCN): 20118693
 

Important update - enrolment 2023/2024

Due to the planned commencement of the Education (Admission to Schools) Act, 2018, Stepaside Educate Together National School will not accept pre-enrolment application forms for September 2023. A new Admission Policy will be approved with an annual admissions process for this intake group.

Junior Infants 2019/2020:

Enrolment process for 2019 Junior Infant classes is ongoing. Offers will continue until a maximum number is reached. Please see our enrolment policy for details: https://www.stepasideetns.ie/parents-information/school-policies/

Help My Kid Learn

www.helpmykidlearn.ie is a website full of enjoyable activities in which parents and their children can engage. 

Green Schools & Sustainable Travel

The Green Schools Committee was formed in September 2017 and is led by Linda Breheny and has 10 pupils from 1st class- 4th class.  For more visit: Green Schools

Our Patron Body

 

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For more information on Educate Together and the Learn Together curriculum, please visit their home page - Educate Together

 

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Educate Together is the patron body of the growing network of schools in Ireland that are run according to the Educate Together Charter. It is an independent NGO that runs schools that guarantee equality of access and esteem to children "irrespective of their social, cultural or religious background", are learner centered in their approach to education and are run as participatory democracies, with respectful partnership between parents, pupils and teachers.