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The 3rd Year Parent Teacher meeting, postponed due to the recent storm, is now rescheduled for Tuesday November 14th (16.15-18.45).  Classes will finish for all years at 15.35 on that day.

Dear Parents / Guardians, 

In response to the imminent Hurricane Ophelia, the Department of Education and Skills has advised that all schools are to remain closed tomorrow Monday 16th October. 

Kind regards, 

Mr Robert Dunne

Principal

The VICO Suite, The Queens, Dalkey
Friday, 10th November
8pm till late
Complimentary Drink and Finger Food upon Arrival

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Dear Parents/Guardians,

Further to instructions from the Department of Education and Skills, the school will remain closed tomorrow (Tuesday 17th October), so that we can assess any damage to our building and/or services.

We will reschedule the Parent Teacher meeting and be in touch throughout the day.

Kind regards

Mr. Robert Dunne,

Principal

 

 

Congratulations to our Loreto Dalkey Cross Country team who ran a fantastic race in Santry for the "Brother At My Side" cross country event.
Special mention to Ciara Dunne who got a top 10 finish in the 1st year race where there were over 350 competitors.
In 2nd year Ciara Murray ran a fantastic race coming 13th overall in a very tight field.
Our Senior girls Sophie Nicholson and Rena Mullally ran s very tactical race coming 10th and 11th overall. All in all it was a great cross country day with lots of encouraging results. 

Congratulations to our Loreto Dalkey Sailing Team who came 2nd at the All Ireland Sailing Championships last Friday.

Congratulations to Helen O’Beirne who came 2nd overall on the day.

Congratulations to all who received Junior Certificate results on Wednesday September 13th.  The high standard of results is testimony to the work of our students, the guidance of our staff and the support of our parents.  Many students achieved “personal bests” in a range of subjects.  A particular word of congratulations to Sarah Dillon and Isobel Kearns who received a maximum of 10 “A” grades. 22% of the year achieved 5 “A” grades or higher.

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