We are delighted to announce that we are open for admissions for new students for 2021/22. The school will accept admissions until 23rd October 2020. Please click on the link below to access all relevant information about our Admission, Transition and Transfer Process and find out how you can apply to become a part of [...]
The Board of Management and leadership team of St. Dominic's College are committed to maintaining a safe school environment for the staff and students who attend the school. With that in mind, a dedicated website has been created to be a source of information for the school community. By working through the pages of the [...]
SecondarySchool Showcase Event For Parents of children in 4th, 5th& 6thClass MAKE AN INFORMED DECISION ABOUT YOUR CHILD’S FUTURE.
As part of Be Well month D.10 Be Well would like to invite you to a SELF-CARE workshop. Where? Ballyfermot Library When? Monday 8th October Time?10.30am-12.30pm In today's busy world, we can too easy get caught up in that busyness and focus on what job/task needs to be carried out next...... - Do you prioritise the needs [...]
St. Gabriel’s, St. Michael’s, St. Raphael’s and St. Dominic’s present: Community Awareness of Drugs (CAD) Free 6 week course for parents and guardians. Learn how to talk to your teenager about the dangers of drugs and alcohol. Start Date: Tuesday September 25th Time: 9.15-11.45am Venue: Parents Room in St Michael’s school Who: Parents from the Dominican [...]
Attention All Parents and Guardians If you would like to become a member of our Parents Association for the coming year (2018-2019) please call Siobhan on 0852347143
Reminder to all 3rd year students and parents/guardians that our 3rd year revision block classes start on Monday 27th to Thursday 31st May. Attendance is compulsory as these classes are focused on exam preparation. Timetables available from school office.
There were celebrations at our end of year whole school assembly when our HSE Healthy Ireland-Health Promoting Schools Flag was officially received. The flag was the culmination of a three-year project on health and well-being at St. Dominic's Some of the many health initiatives which were chosen in order to progress as a 'Health Promoting' [...]
Congratulations to our Transition Year (TY) students, their drama teacher Ciara and tutors on their creative and talent filled variety show 'Anything is Possible.' This year the cast was a little different as traditionally our school musical cast are TY students only. This year our TY students welcomed students from St. John's College and some [...]
In St. Dominic's our Toe by Toe Literacy programme is collaboratively ran between 1st years and Transition Year students for a number of years and has been very successful to date. The Toe by Toe reading literacy programme uses multi-sensory teaching methods that have been developed over 25 years.