Our Network

Educate Together Campaigns & Start-up Groups

Educate Together schools are established in an area following an engagement process with local parents. A start-up group is established which liaises with the National Office staff and assists with establishing the extent and longer term potential of local parental support for the school.

The establishment of any new school can be a long process that continues for many years. A start-up group is made up of parents who want an Educate Together school for their children. In recent years Educate Together has grown substantially and parental support for these campaigns has been critical to the successful establishment of schools.

Below you will find a list of active start-up groups and links to Expressions of Interest forms for each area where there is a possibility of the establishment of an Educate Together school at national or second-level. 




Carlow Educate Together Secondary School Campaign 
Expression of Interest form here


 

Cork City Educate Together Second-level Campaign

 

Educate Together national school in Ballincollig, Co. Cork (2017)

Expression of Interest form here

 

Campaign for an Educate Together national school in West Cork

Expression of Interest form here

 

Campaign for an Educate Together second-level school in West Cork

Expression of Interest form here

 

 

 

Educate Together national school in Dun Laoghaire (2017)

Expression of Interest form here

 

Educate Together national school iDublin South City (2018)

Expression of Interest form here

 

SECOND-LEVEL

Campaign for an Educate Together Second-level School in Citywest

Expression of Interest form here

 

Campaign for an Educate Together Second-level School in Dublin North East - Dublin 13

The group website is here
 

 

 

Galway Educate Together Second-level Campaign

 

Educate Together National School in Killarney 

Expression of Interest form here

 

South Kildare Educate Together Second-level Campaign

 

Laois Educate Together Second-level Campaign

 

Educate Together national school in Westport

Expression of Interest form here

 

 

Educate Together second-level school in Meath

Expression of Interest form here

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Educate Together national school in Clonmel

Expression of Interest form here

 

Education Together national school in Nenagh

Expression of Interest form here

 

 

Educate Together national school in Athlone

Expression of Interest form here

 

Educate Together national school in Enniscorthy
Expression of Interest form here

 

Educate Together second-level school in Wexford

Expression of Interest form here

 

Educate Together national school in Arklow

Expression of Interest form here

 

The New Schools Programme in Educate Together is supported by the Department of Housing, Planning, Community and Local Government under the SSNO 2016-2019 Programme. 

 

       

What is an Educate Together National School?

Educate Together schools are equality-based, co-educational, child centred, and democratically run. Educate Together schools are open to every child. Hit the Download button to learn more! 

Second-level Brochure for Parents

People now see that our second-level schools need new, innovative approaches for the 21st century. Our Brochure for Parents provides information about what our schools will be like.

Blueprint for Educate Together Second-level Schools

The details of how our second-level schools will run are outlined in the Blueprint for Educate Together Second-level Schools. This documents in detail how the Educate Together model delivers key life skills as well as academic performance. 

Address: Educate Together, Equity House, 16/17 Upper Ormond Quay, Dublin 7, Ireland - Charity Number: CHY 11816