Tá fíor fáilte romhaibh go léir chuig an suíomh idirlíon seo agus buíochas ó chroí diobh as bhur gcuairt. Tá súil againn go dtabharfaidh na leathanaigh ar an suíomh seo gach deis díobh eolas agus blas bheag a fháil ar gach rud a thárlaíonn sa scoil ghnóthach seo. Ná bíodh aon mhall oraibh glaoch a chur orainn nó buail isteach linn más rud é go bhfuil tuilleadh eolais ag teastáil.
Welcome  to our school website and thank you for visiting. We hope the pages on the site will give you every opportunity to get information and a little taste of everything that happens in this busy school. Please call or drop in should you require any further information.





Some Ongoings in the School 2015/16.









Take the Healthy Eating Survey.....

parents survey


students survey



Shoe Box Appeal

The Donahies Community school takes part in the Team Hope Christmas Shoe box appeal, which they do every year. This year we collected over 60 boxes [filled with presents] which we were able to send to children who might not receive any other present at Christmas. 

To view the full story click the picture below.

team hope


Cheerios Breakfast

Transition years students on the Community On Wednesday 11th November the transition year students arrived early to school to prepare for hosting the Cheerios Childline breakfast, which raised over 100 euro, for more info please click the picture below.




It's the Donahies Community School Parent's Association,



Tickets now on sale;

€2 One strip of tickets

€5 Three stips of tickets 


The raffle will take place during December. All money raised will go towards the school. Your support is very much appreciated.

It could be you!!!!











5th Year Student Lauryn McCann Wins in Paris!

Gymnast Lauryn, pictured below, won 1st place with her team at Gymnastique Magique Disneyland Paris beating 20 other teams to the top prize.

Well done Lauryn!





















French Theatre for Schools September 2015

The French theatre for schools put on a wonderful show for transition year, 5th and 6th year French students. This was held in the school on Monday September 28th. The show was very entertaining and a number of students had the opportunity to participate in both acting classes and dance roles. A great turn out by all.


























































































Thank You!

Class Joyce would like to sincerely thank the following local sponsors for their very generous donations to their "Show Racism The Red Card" hamper as part of their C.S.P.E. Action Project. We really appreciate it:

Odeon Cinema, Coolock.

Dominos Pizza, Artane.

Dunnes Stores, Donaghmede.

Mr. Simms Sweet Shop, Donaghmede.



On Friday 18th September over 30 transition year students from the Donahies volunteered to work for the  'Buckets for Barnardos' annual  fundraising event.  
Click the photo for more info on the Transition Year Page



Junior World Boxing Championships



We would like to congratulate Paul Ryan who has brought home bronze after representing Ireland at the AIBA World Junior Championships in St. Petersburg, Russia. He won three fights from three, and secured the bronze medal after beating Milan Prat (France) with a unanimous decision in the quarter finals.

We are immensely proud of Paul's achievements thus far, and we are all rooting for him as he paves a way through the boxing circuit. Onwards and upwards Paul...

You can view a gallery of pictures from Paul's bouts in the ring, to his place on the podium and right back to the Donahies with his medal here.

You can watch a short film that was written and directed by Paul as part of the DCU UniTY programme in Transition Year below.

Students Receive National Flag at Waterford Ceremony


At a recent ceremony in Waterford, Donahies Community School was honoured to receive our national flag from the President of Ireland, Michael D Higgins. Two of our students, Adam Murphy and Chloe Fowler accepted the flag on behalf of the school. They are pictured above with Peter Keohane, Deputy Principal and Cillian O’Leary, History teacher. Mary Kennedy of RTE was MC of the event with entertainment provided by Eurovision entrant Molly Sterling.

The tricolour, designed by Thomas Meagher, was first flown in Waterford in 1848 as a symbol of peace and unity between all on the island. Over the last year all of the flags presented to some 300 schools were flown at 33 The Mall, in Wateford, where Thomas F Meagher flew the very first tricolour in 1848.

To see more photos from the day please go to the photo gallery.



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