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Welcome to the Centre for European Schooling

 

The Centre for European Schooling (CES) Dunshaughlin is an Accredited European School. The CES opened on 1 September 2002 and is entirely devoted to the education of children who would be considered Category I students in a European School. Our students are enrolled at St. Seachnall’s National School and Dunshaughlin Community College and attend the CES for Language I, Language II and Language III classes (and also European Hour & Ethics in primary school).

 

European Schools’ curricula are taught in all languages. In addition, elements of the curricula of European Schools are used for European Hour and Ethics. Students follow mainstream curricula for all other subjects and take the Irish State examinations at the end of Third and Sixth Year.

 

Parents play an important and positive role in the life of the Centre for European Schooling through the CES Parents’ Association. The Parents’ Association provides parents and guardians with a forum to discuss matters of mutual interest.

We invite you to take a look through our website and hope you enjoy it.

 

Nollaig Gavin
Director

 

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School: Centre For European Schooling Ireland
Address: Dunshaughlin, Co. Meath.
Director: Ms Nollaig Gavin
Director's Email: ngavin.ces@lmetb.ie
Phone: +353 1 8259679
Fax: +353 1 8259137
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