Educate Together

Our school operates under a charter which guarantees children and parents of all faiths and none equal respect in the operation and governing of education.

Our Curriculum

Emphasises literacy, numeracy & language.  Responds to changing needs in science and technology, social personal and health education, and citizenship.

There has been a spate of bicycle robberies from local schools in recent weeks. The Gardai have asked us to remind you all to make sure that all bikes in the bike rack are securely locked to avoid this happening to your child's bike. 
Last modified on Thursday, 27 November 2014 12:00
The PTA are organising a Toy and treat sale for next Friday 10.30 am to 1;30 pm. They will be accepting donations of toys and non perishable food stuffs from Monday 1st to Friday 5th. The PTA have sent home a detailed note of what they would like you to…
Last modified on Thursday, 27 November 2014 14:02
There has been a spate of bicycle theft from local schools recently. Schools have been asked by the Gardai to remind parents and children to make sure that they have a good lock on their bikes.
To all Parents of children in 3rd-6th Esker Educate Together N.S. Parent-Teacher Clinic Meetings of children in 3rd – 6th Classes will take place next week. At this meeting the class teacher will discuss your child’s progress in all subject areas and give you the results of their last standardised…
Last modified on Saturday, 15 November 2014 20:01
 As you are aware Tom Costelloe is the Deputy Principal in the school and has also been doing the very important role of Home School Community Liaison. The Department of Education and Skills have mandated that Deputy Principals are no longer eligible to do the HSCL post and that we…
Last modified on Saturday, 08 November 2014 12:02
We have decided as a school community to make a very special effort during this November to remember the importance of respect in all our relationships at home and in school. We have made a conscious decision, staff and pupils, to work at ways in showing respect to our class…
Last modified on Tuesday, 04 November 2014 13:42