Dia daoibh and fáilte!

We are a small vibrant school community, with 58 children on roll. Drumcondra National School has a proud history of providing the very best education for the children of Drumcondra and beyond. The school is under Church of Ireland management and has strong links with the Parish.

Drumcondra NS is a community where all students and staff are equally valued and respected, irrespective of gender, social background, family circumstances, educational achievement, physical characteristics or intellectual functioning. The school seeks to provide a climate in which students, staff and parents experience a sense of caring and belonging, and of being treated fairly.

We love our school and hope you enjoy exploring our website to see some of the fabulous things we have been up to!

If you require any further information, please do contact us.

Karl Lawless
Acting Principal

 

School News

World Book Day, Pancake Tuesday and Friendship Week

World Book Day, Pancake Tuesday and Friendship Week

Here are some photos of us celebrating Pancake Tuesday, World Book Day and Friendship Week. For Friendship Week we were all given a secret friend for the week. We had to be extra kind to our secret friend. We made cards for them and then had our lunch outside with...

Spring

Spring

This month Junior and Senior Infants have been learning all about spring. We went on a spring walk to look for signs of spring. We found lots of signs of spring and brought them back to school. We made some spring flowers and have been learning all about what plants...

Science Week JI & SI

Science Week JI & SI

Take a look to see what JI & SI got up to during Science Week. On Monday we completed a STEM activity. Goldilocks had broken Baby Bear’s chair. 🪑 We had to design and make a new chair/bed for Baby Bear. On Wednesday we read the story of “The Gingerbread Man”. We...

Maths Week – JI & SI

Maths Week – JI & SI

Take a look of some of the activities that the JI and SI got up to during Maths Week. We put our Maths Eyes on and went for a walk in our local area looking for maths. 

March – St Patrick’s Day & Easter

March – St Patrick’s Day & Easter

Welcome back! We are all loving being back at school with our friends. A very well done to everyone on their hard work over the last few weeks. Remote learning is not ideal but I was very impressed with all your hard work. This month has been a busy month with St...

Remote learning: Art work in 4th, 5th & 6th class

Remote learning: Art work in 4th, 5th & 6th class

While remote learning isn't the ideal situation, all the pupils in Drumcondra N.S. have been doing their very best at home, with lots of help from their very dedicated (and patient!) mammies and daddies. We have been doing lots of different lessons at home and...

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