LMETB Vision for Ashbourne Community National School Ashbourne, Co. Meath - 26 April 2019

LMETB Vision for Ashbourne Community National School Ashbourne, Co. Meath - 26 April 2019
LMETB Vision
Ashbourne Community National School
       Ashbourne, Co. Meath

              26 April 2019

LMETB Vision for Ashbourne Community National School Ashbourne, Co. Meath - 26 April 2019
This document has been prepared by Louth and Meath Education and Training Board (LMETB) to
outline our vision for Ashbourne Community National School which will open for the academic
year 2019/2020.

This document includes four sections:

      Introduction and Overview of LMETB
      LMETB Vision for Ashbourne CNS
      Governance and Legislative Framework at Ashbourne CNS
      LMETB Support and Contact Details for start up of Ashbourne CNS

Section 1 Introduction and Overview of LMETB

Louth and Meath Education and Training Board (LMETB) is the largest comprehensive educational
provider in the Louth and Meath region with a range of educational services from primary to post
primary and further education and training.

1.1 LMETB Schools, Colleges and Centres of Further Education and Training

LMETB manages three Community National Schools, sixteen post primary schools, one with PLC
provision, a Centre for European Schooling and two Post Leaving Certificate colleges. LMETB is also
joint patron of six Community Schools located in counties Louth and Meath.

Each LMETB school and college has proven itself as a centre of excellence in teaching, learning and
assessment in its local community. LMETB schools provide a welcoming atmosphere for students, staff,
parents and the local communities in which they operate. The LMETB school/college experience is one
where a warm relationship exists between teachers and learners and the atmosphere in lessons is positive
and conducive to learning. A broad and balanced curriculum with a diverse range of co-curricular and
extra-curricular activities where the aptitudes of students are central to its design is available in LMETB
schools. Each of these schools has built a very positive reputation in the local communities in which
they operate and each school continues to enjoy strong parental support and a high level of satisfaction
with the quality of teaching, learning and assessment. LMETB looks forward to replicating this
excellence and innovation in education in Ashbourne CNS.

At Further Education and Training level, LMETB manages nine Youthreach Centres, a Regional Skills
and Training Centre and an extensive range of Adult Education Services throughout counties Louth and
Meath, including Adult Learning Services, Community Education, Back to Education Initiatives (BTEI),
VTOS and Adult Guidance. Details of all LMETB schools and centres are included on our website
www.lmetb.ie and in Appendix 1 of this submission.

LMETB was established under the Education and Training Boards Act 2013. The Act, which took
effect from 1st July 2013, provided for the dissolution of thirty three Vocational Education Committees
and the establishment of sixteen Education and Training Boards (ETBs) through a process of
aggregating existing VECs. LMETB was formed due to the aggregation of Louth VEC and Meath

The Further Education and Training Act 2013 which was signed into law in July 2013 established
SOLAS, the Further Education and Training Authority with responsibility for planning, funding and
co-ordination of the Further Education and Training Services provided by ETBs. This Act also
provided for the transfer of the former FAS training functions and staff to the newly formed ETBs.
On 1st July 2014, the former FAS training centre in LMETB therefore came under the governance of

LMETB is a progressive, dynamic organisation which responds to the needs of a growing
population. Demographic changes and population growth in counties Louth and Meath has
contributed to this very exciting and challenging period for LMETB. Increased enrolments and the
commencement of four new post primary schools in Ashbourne, Drogheda, Dundalk and Navan over

the last five years coupled with an extensive number of building extension projects to LMETB
schools and colleges in both counties reflect these changes. In September 2018, LMETB also opened
a new Community National School in Faughart, Co. Louth and in September 2019, LMETB will
open a new Community National School in Dunshaughlin, Co. Meath.

1.2 LMETB Vision and Values
Louth and Meath Education and Training Board (LMETB) is committed to excellence and
innovation in the education of young people and adults through the provision of dynamic services
delivered by professional staff. We are proud to serve the communities of counties Louth and Meath,
work with our educational partners and contribute to the development and growth of the
Louth/Meath region. LMETB aims to be the leading provider of quality education and services for
the people of counties Louth and Meath through the management and delivery of a diverse range of
accessible, progressive and responsive programmes.

Underpinning LMETB’s Mission Statement is a set of core values and principles which were
developed in consultation with all stakeholder groups. These core values and principles are outlined
as follows:

 Excellence                All stakeholders are afforded the highest standards of service provision

 Innovation                Staff and learners are encouraged to be progressive, creative and dynamic in
                           their teaching and learning practices. Staff and learners are encouraged to
                           explore the use of ICT to enhance teaching and
 Learner Centred           LMETB programmes and services are delivered in response to the
                           needs of the learners in counties Louth and Meath.
 Supporting Transition     Transfer, Transition and Guidance Programmes and supports are provided to
                           all learners to ensure they make the right choices regarding career pathways
                           and choices and that they transition
                           successfully from one phase of their educational journey to another
 Learning                  A lifelong learning perspective is promoted among staff and learners

 Equality                  All learners are provided with access to education and supports that
                           maximise learning opportunities and help them to reach their
 Inclusion                 All learners are enabled to participate effectively in education, particularly
                           those groups who may have experienced exclusion or
 Holistic                  The programmes and services available in LMETB cultivate the moral,
                           emotional, physical, social, psychological and spiritual
                           dimensions of the learner
 Professionalism           Staff, learners and our stakeholders are encouraged to interact with each other in
                           a courteous, respectful and professional manner where
                           diversity is welcomed and embraced

Responsiveness             An awareness of national and local requirements forms the basis for provision

 Wellbeing                  The programmes and services available in LMETB strive to develop learners’
                            self - confidence and promote learner wellbeing
 Fairness                   All policies, procedures and practices of LMETB are just and reasonable

 Integrity                  Staff, learners and stakeholders are encouraged to ensure they act honestly,
                            ethically transparently. Highest standards in
                            confidentiality where applicable are promoted
 Partnership &              Programmes and services are developed and delivered in conjunction
 Collaboration              with key stakeholder groups and organisations
 Value for Money            The work of LMETB is conducted in an efficient, transparent manner with
                            due regard for public accountability

2. LMETB Vision for Ashbourne CNS which will open for the academic year 2019/2020

Ashbourne CNS will be a multi - denominational, co –educational school under the patronage of
LMETB, a leader in educational provision and the patron of a range of schools and educational
programmes in Counties Louth and Meath. As a multi - denominational school, Ashbourne CNS will
accept students of all faiths and of none. The medium of instruction at the school will be English.
Our vision for Ashbourne CNS is of a welcoming, diverse and dynamic school that provides a quality
learning experience with the learner as core. This vision is linked to the LMETB’s high level strategic
goal included in LMETB’s Strategy Statement 2017 – 2021 Strategy Statement Name
Students at Ashbourne CNS will feel a sense of belonging and will develop a love of learning through a
positive and happy school experience. Students will be motivated and provided with opportunities to
become active and responsible participants in their own learning. The school community will work with
all partners and stakeholders to prepare knowledgeable and socially responsible citizens for the future.
Ashbourne CNS will expect all members of the school community to treat one another with respect. The
school will promote high standards of behaviour centred on respect including respect for self, staff, other
students, visitors to the school and respect for property.
Students at Ashbourne CNS will have a school uniform which will give students a sense of belonging to a
particular school and create an identity for the new school in the community. Once appointed the
Principal of Ashbourne CNS will consult with Parents/Guardians on the school uniform.
2.1 Ashbourne CNS School Ownership and Management
Ashbourne CNS will operate as a primary school. It is the policy of the LMETB through the Chief
Executive, Mr. Martin G. O’ Brien, to devolve responsibility for the day to day leading and managing of
the school to the Principal and the Deputy Principal.
The Senior Management team will be ably assisted by the Assistant Principal I, Assistant Principal II and
teaching teams to promote top quality leadership for learning at the school. Secretarial, caretaking and
cleaning staff will be on hand to support school management throughout each academic year.

All members of the school Board of Management will be formally appointed to the Board of Management
by LMETB irrespective of whether they are a parent, teacher or Board of Management nominees. This
requirement will also apply to the filling of casual vacancies as much as to the establishment of a Board.
The School Principal will be a member of the Board of Management (CNS Schools) and will be Secretary
to the Board of Management (post primary schools)
The Board of Management will be responsible for high standards of governance at the school. The
Principal will keep the Board of Management well informed on school matters. A Financial Report will
be provided to the Board of Management at each meeting for discussion on school finances. At the end of
all Board of Management meetings, the Board will compile an agreed report and a written copy of this
will be circulated to the relevant stakeholders.
The Board will be responsible for ensuring that a very effective system of policy development and review
is in place and that all stakeholders including students, staff, parents and the Board of Management are
consulted in policy formulation, development and review.
The Board of Management of Ashbourne CNS will have specific responsibility, following consultation
with principals, teachers and parents for preparing a Code of Behaviour for the students registered at the
school as outlined in the Education Welfare Act 2000, S23.
Board of Management members will also be provided with training twice yearly by LMETB to assist
them in fulfilling their role of members of the school’s Board of Management.
LMETB suggest that in order to support a multi denominational school of the future, a patron must have
the ability to give school Boards of Management professional support in terms of Corporate Governance.
LMETB commit to providing the Board of Management of Ashbourne CNS with a range of professional
support in the areas of Educational Leadership, Human Resources, Finance and Administrative matters,
Capital Works, Information and Communications Technologies and Corporate Governance and Audit
back up and support.

2.2 Child Protection and Child Safeguarding at Ashbourne CNS
Ashbourne CNS will have a Child Safeguarding Statement and Risk Assessment in place. The name of
the designated liaison person and deputy designated liaison person for child protection matters will be
prominently displayed in the school’s reception area. All teachers will be aware that they are mandated
persons and of their responsibilities in that regard. Ongoing continuous professional development will be
provided to the Designated Liaison Person (DLP), the Deputy Designated Liaison Person (DDLP) and
teachers as mandated persons. Training will be provided through a combination of school training,
LMETB training and training facilitated by external agencies including the Professional Development
Service for Teachers (PDST).
As per Chapter 9 of the Child Protection Procedures for Primary and Post Primary Schools 2017, the
Principal will provide a Child Protection Oversight Report to the members of the Board of Management
at each meeting.
The Board of Management will also engage in a yearly review of the Child Safeguarding Statement and
Risk Assessment.

2.3 Department of Education and Skills Subjects & Programmes at Ashbourne CNS
Ashbourne CNS will provide the Department of Education and Skills Primary School Curriculum (1999
which is available to view on www.education.ie and www.curriculumonline.ie.
In Ashbourne CNS, there will be a strong focus on improvement and collaboration in teaching, learning
and assessment. The school will be encouraged to develop peer observation programmes for teaching
staff to facilitate the exchange of best practice methodologies and promote professional dialogue and
discussion. Teaching staff will be encouraged to continually review, evaluate and develop formative
approaches to assessment.
The curriculum on offer at Ashbourne CNS will comprise a range of active teaching, learning and
assessment methodologies which will be differentiated to meet the needs of students. Opportunities to
bring the curriculum to life will be provided within the classroom and in provision of a broad and diverse
range of co-curricular and extra - curricular activities.
There will be active promotion of a culture of innovation in the school with a view to improving the
learning experience and outcomes for all students. An effective School Self Evaluation process will be in
place at the school. A thorough analysis of student attainment and the development of action plans for
improvement and moving forward will be carried out by the management and staff at Ashbourne CNS on
an annual basis.
Management and Teaching staff will attend CPD as scheduled by the Department of Education and Skills
Support Services and school management in consultation with students, staff and parents/guardians will
continually review provision of education services at Ashbourne CNS
2.4 Goodness Me, Goodness You! (GMGY) Programme at XXXX CNS
Ashbourne CNS will implement the Goodness Me, Goodness You! Programme. This programme was
developed by the National Council for Curriculum and Assessment (NCCA) which is the statutory body
charged with development of national curricula. Goodness Me! Goodness You! is the Education and
Training Boards (ETBs) patron’s programme for Community National Schools.
Ashbourne CNS will also provide opportunities for pupils to deepen their understanding of their own
religion/belief (where appropriate) and to engage in faith formation and sacramental preparation outside
of the formal school day. Ashbourne CNS will work closely with all partners in the local parish to enable
access to the school building after school hours for classes in this regard.

2.5 Digital technologies in Teaching, Learning and Assessment at Ashbourne CNS
Digital technology has transformed the world we live in and students at Ashbourne CNS must become
engaged thinkers, active learners, knowledge constructors and global citizens to flourish in modern
society and the economy. The school will therefore require a targeted and innovative use of technology to
enrich teaching, learning and assessment at the school.
Students and teachers at Ashbourne CNS will experience the benefits of an up to date ICT system with
WIFI access in all classrooms and data projector and computer in each classroom and teaching and
learning space.
The school will be supported by LMETB in implementing the actions outlined in the Digital Strategy for
Schools 2015 – 2020.

Management at Ashbourne CNS will engage in consultation with students, staff and parents regarding the
use of digital technologies at the school.

2.6 Co-Curricular and Extra Curricular Activities at Ashbourne CNS
Academic subjects and co-curricular and extra-curricular activities complement each other and assist in
developing well rounded, socially skilled and healthier students who have experience working in teams.
Students who are actively involved in such activities tend to improve their academic grades also. This
may be due to increased motivation, self – esteem and organisational and time management skills. As
Ashbourne CNS grows and develops it is envisaged that a wide and diverse range of co-curricular and
extra-curricular activities will be on offer to students attending the school.
Examples of proposed activities which may be offered over time include:
 Gaelic                          Rugby                           Soccer
 Badminton                       Camogie                         Athletics
 Basketball                      Drama                           Debating
 Guitar                          Cookery Club                    Choir
 Photography                     Computer Club                   Musicals
 Art Club                        Coding Club                     Swimming
 Book Club                       Green Schools

2.7 Themed Weeks at Ashbourne CNS
Ashbourne CNS would over time develop a series of themed weeks for implementation during the
academic year. The purpose of these weeks are to complement teaching and learning experiences in the
classroom and also to raise awareness around various themes and topics.
The following themed weeks may be built into the school’s academic calendar:
 Maths/Numeracy                     Literacy                           Wellbeing
 Anti Bullying                      Safer Internet                     Active Schools
 Coding                             Celebrating                        Green Schools
 Road Safety                        Science                            Seachtain na Gaeilge
 Study Skills                       Art Week                           Coding

2.8 Student Voice and Student Leadership at Ashbourne CNS
The Student Council at Ashbourne CNS will be a valuable resource for management, staff and students as
it will enable students to have an active role in the many school related areas including policy making for
the school. The Student Council will provide a means of communication between the students, staff and
management. The council will have opportunities to discuss issues of concern raised by students and
bring their concerns and suggested solutions to the notice of management for consideration. The council
may also organise fundraising events, thus raising awareness and funds for various charities.

Opportunities will also be provided for the Student Council to meet with the Board of Management and
discuss their plans for an academic year.
As the school grows and develops, the Student Council will be comprised of elected representatives from
the student population in 3rd – 6th classes. A member of staff will liaise with the Student Council
throughout the academic year.
It is also envisaged that the Student Council will become involved in the School Self Evaluation Process
throughout the school year. As part of the School Self Evaluation process school management and
teachers will be encouraged to seek feedback from the students on different strategies being used to
support teaching, learning and assessment in the school. The Student Council may play an active role in
this regard. Training on the process will be provided to members of the Student Council to assist them in
their role as part of school self evaluation.
Examples of other leadership roles envisaged for students attending Ashbourne CNS include a peer
mentoring system, prefect system, green schools committee, amber flag committee, yellow flag
committee and school digital leaders. All of these leadership roles will also supported by training for the
students concerned to assist them in fulfilling their role.
2.9 Support for Students at Ashbourne CNS
Care for students will be a major priority at Ashbourne CNS. Care structures will be well supported by
staff in key positions such as class teachers and members of the student services team.
Students attending Ashbourne CNS will have access to a diverse range of student supports including the
      Transfer and Transition Programme for Junior Infants, from Junior to Senior School and from
       Primary to Post Primary
      Book Rental Scheme
      Student Mentoring Programme
      Special Educational Needs

Ashbourne CNS will also consider how the school community is responding to student needs and in
particular those students dealing with particular challenges. Effective partnerships will also be developed
with the Educational Welfare Services, TUSLA, National Educational Psychological Services (NEPS)
and the National Council for Special Education (NCSE).

2.10 Supporting students with Special Educational Needs at Ashbourne CNS
Ashbourne CNS will be committed to supporting students with Special Educational Needs (SEN) and
effective structures will be in place for this to happen. The school will develop co-operative teaching
teams to include in class support and team teaching as support models for these students. Student Support
Files will be developed for SEN students in partnership with students, staff, parents and external agencies
working with the student including NCSE, HSE and NEPS.

2.11 Monitoring and Tracking of Student Achievement

To ensure each student is supported in achieving their potential the school will engage in ongoing
monitoring and tracking of student progress over the course of their time in the school. Regular reports
will be provided to parents/guardians to advise them of academic progress. Class teachers, resource
teacher and the school Deputy Principal and Principal will be available to advise students and their
parents/guardians regarding progress to date, target setting and any additional supports needed to reach
specific targets.
2.12 Celebrating Student, Staff and Whole School Successes and Achievements at Ashbourne CNS
At Ashbourne CNS there will be numerous opportunities to reward students for their achievements and
successes throughout the academic year. The school will communicate successes and achievements to
parents by organising awards ceremonies, graduation ceremonies, school newsletters, letters/notes of
commendation sent home and regular updates on the school’s website, Facebook and twitter pages. The
school will be encouraged to compile an Annual Report at the end of each academic year to record school
activities, projects, achievements and successes.
It is expected that students may be awarded in the following areas: attendance, subject achievement, extra
curricular achievement, co-curricular achievement, student of the year and student leadership awards.

2.13 Partnership with Parents/Guardians at Ashbourne CNS
The Parents Association at Ashbourne CNS will be an integral part of the school community. Section 26
of the Education Act, 1998 states that the parents of students of a recognised school may establish, and
maintain from among their number, a parents’ association for that school and membership of that
association shall be open to all parents of students of that school.
The Parents Association will make a vital and valuable contribution to the school’s promotion, growth
and development as the Parents Association provides for the formal involvement of parents in the affairs
of the school.
Parents will be kept informed of the work of the school through a report provided at each of the Parents
Association meetings. The school website will incorporate a section for Parents/Guardians.
Parent Teacher Meetings will also be held for each class group during the academic year.
Parents/Guardians are encouraged to attend these meetings as they provide valuable opportunities to meet
with the school’s teaching staff and identify areas where their son/daughter is excelling as well as
discussing and identifying additional supports that may be needed to ensure a student can achieve their
potential during their time at the school.
The school will communicate with parents using modern technologies including text, email, school
website, twitter page and facebook page. As the school develops it may explore the possibility of a school
app as an additional means of communication with parents.
Book Rental Payments will be collected through an online payment system capable of tracking payments
made and providing receipts to parents/guardians. Monies collected through the online payments system
will be lodged directly to the LMETB bank account.

2.14 Recruitment of Staff for Ashbourne CNS
The Human Resources Section, LMETB will work with the Director of Schools in ensuring that the
school is staffed with competent, capable and enthusiastic teachers who will work collectively with
LMETB and school management in ensuring high quality teaching, learning and assessment for students
at Ashbourne CNS.
LMETB will offer staff of Ashbourne CNS regular opportunities for Continuous Professional
Development over their career with us at LMETB. LMETB newly appointed school leaders and teachers
are required to engage in a series of LMETB induction events to ensure that they remain at the cutting
edge of their profession. School leaders and teachers are also facilitated in attending CPD outside
Recruitment procedures will be those nationally agreed between the Department of Education and Skills,
school patrons and trade unions. Teaching staff must be registered with the Teaching Council and have
Garda Vetting clearance prior to appointment.

2.15 Use of Ashbourne CNS school facilities in the local community
LMETB wishes to make its sports facilities (halls, room, court and pitches) generally and conveniently
available to local community groups on the basis of responsible use and care and reasonable sharing by
user groups of the costs involved in caretaking and maintenance of such facilities. LMETB have
developed a policy on School/Centre and Property Usage for this purpose and Ashbourne CNS will be
included in this policy.

3. Governance and Legislative Framework at Ashbourne CNS

LMETB is governed by a Board comprising twenty one members. The ETB board is collectively
responsible for promoting the success of the ETB by directing and controlling the ETB’s activities.

In order to deliver good governance in the ETB, the Board must act in the interest of the ETB at all
times, consistent with the requirements of legislation and government policies. The LMETB Board is
required to confirm to the Minister for Education and Skills that they comply with the up to date
requirements of the Code of Practice in their governance practices and procedures. Board members at
all times must act on a fully informed basis, in good faith, with due diligence and care, and always in
the best interest of the ETB, subject to the objectives set by the Government. The LMETB Board is
supported by Boards of Management in LMETB schools, colleges and Youthreach Centres.

The Board of Management of Ashbourne CNS will be in a position to engage in training at LMETB
level to assist them in carrying out their role as Board of Management members.

LMETB has also established a Finance Committee and an Audit Committee in accordance with
Section 45(1) of the Education and Training Boards Act 2013 which support the work of the LMETB

Within our LMETB administrative offices, our administrative staff will provide support to Ashbourne
CNS in a range of areas including Human Resources, ICT, Finance and Corporate and Education
Services. This network of support at Head Office level supports the work of the LMETB Board in
ensuring that Ashbourne CNS and all other LMETB schools/colleges/centres are compliant in the
areas of Corporate Governance as per Department of Education and Skills Circular Letter 0002/2019.

Support for Ashbourne CNS will be provided through the LMETB administrative offices which are
currently based in Navan, Co. Meath and Dundalk, Co. Louth. The Director of Schools will also
support the leadership team and staff at Ashbourne CNS in each of the areas of Leadership of
Teaching and Learning, Governance and Management, Workforce Planning and Performance
Management and co-ordination of the ETB’s Management Team. The LMETB also provides a
comprehensive CPD programme for it Schools Leadership Team through regular workshops,
conferences and school visits. The new School Leadership Team at Ashbourne CNS will also have
access to the LMETB School Leadership Forum and a School Leaders Online Platform of resources
to support leading teaching, learning and assessment in our schools.

4.   LMETB Support & Contact Details for start up of Ashbourne CNS

The Director of Schools, Ms. Fiona Kindlon, will work with the Chief Executive, the newly appointed
Principal, Deputy Principal, teaching and ancillary and administrative staff, parents and students in
developing further the vision for Ashbourne CNS and for overseeing links with parents, schools and
agencies in the coming weeks as we prepare for the opening of Ashbourne CNS for the 2019/2020
academic year. The Director of Schools will also support the Principal and the Board of Management in
the development of a suite of policies for Ashbourne CNS.
An information session for parents/guardians in the Ashbourne area will be held to provide
parents/guardians with an opportunity to hear more about LMETB and our vision for Ashbourne CNS
and to outline next steps regarding applications for enrolment.
A dedicated webpage on the LMETB website www.lmetb.ie will include all information relating to
Ashbourne CNS and parents/guardians will have a direct email address to channel queries regarding
enrolment and the opening of the school. A Ashbourne CNS website and twitter page will also be set up
to provide information to parents/guardians.
Should you wish to contact the Director of Schools for further information regarding Ashbourne
CNS please ring our office 042 9334047 or you can contact us with any queries about the new
school on newcnsab@lmetb.ie

LMETB has an excellent tradition in school start – ups and we look forward to opening the doors to
Ashbourne CNS which will offer a broad and balanced curriculum with a diverse range of co-curricular
and extra-curricular activities where the aptitudes of students are central to its design. As
parents/guardians you may also be interested in visiting the website of LMETB Schools in location &
location with website addresses.

We look forward to working with the Ashbourne Community over the coming years.

Appendix 1

Post Primary Schools (16)

 Beaufort College, Navan, Co. Meath                        www.beaufortcollege.ie
 Bush Post Primary School, Dundalk, Co. Louth              www.bpps.ie
 Dunshaughlin Community College, Dunshaughlin, Co.         www.dunshaughlincc.ie
 Coláiste Chú Chulainn/Colaiste Lu, Dundalk, Co. Louth     www.colaistecc.ie
 Coláiste na hInse, Laytown, Co. Meath                     www.colaistenahinse.ie
 Coláiste na Mí, Navan, Co. Meath                          www.colaistenami.ie
 Coláiste Pobail, Rathcairn, Co. Meath                     www.cprathcairn.ie
 Coláiste de Lacy, Ashbourne, Co. Meath                    www.colaistedelacy.ie
 O’ Carolan College, Nobber, Co. Meath                     www.ocarolancollege.ie
 O’ Fiaich College, Dundalk, Co. Louth                     www.ofiaichcollege.ie
 Ratoath College, Ratoath, Co. Meath                       www.ratoathcollege.ie
 Scoil Uí Mhuirí, Dunleer, Co. Louth                       www.scoiluimhuiri.ie
 Colaiste Clavin, Longwood, Co. Meath                      www.colaisteclavin.ie
 St. Oliver’s Post Primary School, Oldcastle, Co. Meath    www.stoliverspps.ie
 St. Oliver’s Community College, Drogheda, Co. Louth       www.socc.ie
 St. Peter’s College, Dunboyne, Co. Meath                  www.stpeterscc.ie

Community National Schools (3)
 Ard Rí Community National School, Navan, Co. Meath         www.ardricns.ie
 Faughart Community National School, Faughart, Dundalk, Co. www.faughartcns.ie
 Dunshaughlin Community National School, Dunshaughlin,      Under development at present
 Co. Meath

Centre for European Schooling (1)
 Centre for European Schooling, Dunshaughlin, Co. Meath     www.europeanschooling.eu

Post Leaving Certificate (PLC) Colleges (2)
 Drogheda Institute of Further Education (DIFE)             www.dife.info
 Dunboyne College of Further Education (DCFE)               www.dunboynecollege.ie

Second Level Schools with PLC provision (1)
 O’ Fiaich College, Dundalk                                 www.ofi.ie

Regionals Skills & Training Centre

 Regional Skills Training Centre, Dundalk                    www.rstc.ie

Community Schools – Joint Patron (6)

 Ardee Community School                                      www.ardeecommunityschool.ie
 Ashbourne Community School                                  www.ashcom.ie
 Athboy Community School                                     www.athboycs.ie

Ballymakenny College                   www.ballymakennycollege.ie
St. Ciaran’s Community School, Kells   www.stciaranscs.ie
Boyne Community School, Trim           www.boynecs.ie

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