Wexford Educate Together is an equality based, co-educational school which guarantees children and parents of all faiths and none equal respect in the operation and governing of education. The school is state funded, regulated by the Department of Education and Skills, and delivers the national Primary School Curriculum & the Learn Together ethical education curriculum. We opened in 2008 and currently have over 160 children in our school. We are open for enrolment.

   A huge thank you to everyone who took part in our fun table quiz and Bricks for kidz events.:   The table quiz raised €556 and bricks for Kidz €450

OUR EVENTS

DON'T MISS OUR EVENTS

25
Mar

Bricks for Kids Fundraiser for our school

Bricks for Kids Wexford
9:00 To 13:00
03/25/2017

Bricks for Kids, Saturday 25th March

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2
Mar

World Book Day

School
9:00 To 14:00
03/02/2017

World Book Day will take place in our school on Thursday 2nd march

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26
Jan

Fun Quiz Night

Sky & The Ground Pub.
20.00
01/26/2017

Fun quiz night, the sky & the ground pub south main street Wexford on Thursday 26th January 2017 at 8pm.

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10
Feb

School cleanup day

School
9:00 To 14:30
02/10/2017

School cleanup day Friday 10th Feb 2017

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OUR NEWS

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Carol singing

A huge thank you to our carol singers who raised €262 for our school

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Halloween

Halloween Celebrations

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Maths Week

Maths Week

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The staff and all the children had a wonderful week for book week!

The staff and all the children had a wonderful week for book week, topped off today by our character dress up day. Everyone went to so much effort. It was a great day. Well done everyone!

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Wexford born playwright Joe Brennan paid a visit to Marie ‘s class

Wexford born playwright Joe Brennan paid a visit to Marie 's class

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About our school

Multi-denominational – children of all denominations and none are equally welcome into our school. Co-educational – Educate Together schools are open to girls and boys and gender stereotyping is addressed and challenged. Child-centred – this applies not only to teaching and learning within the classroom but to all decisions at staff and management level, which must have the well-being of the children at their heart. Democratically-run – parents are viewed as a positive resource for the school. Parental involvement is welcomed and encouraged, where appropriate.

         

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