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Vision Statement

Our vision statement sees our school as a community of students, staff, parents and the Board of Management.

We are committed to developing a community of learners. We believe that education provides opportunity for all. We nurture the well-being of all so that they may grow in knowledge and compassion. We strive to provide a school that promotes academic excellence and enables all students to realise their full potential. Our programmes, curricular and extra-curricular, develop the whole person. These educational objectives are achieved through partnership with parents, national schools and the local community.

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Mission Statement

The Holy Family Community School is a community of students, staff, parents and Board of Management.

  • We are committed to the development of a community of learners concerned for each individual in our care
  • We believe that education provides opportunity for all
  • We strive for excellence in all areas
  • We nurture the well-being of all so that they may grow in knowledge, integrity and compassion

WE AIM TO PROVIDE

  • A school which promotes academic excellence and enables all students to realise their full potential
  • A programme, curricular and extra-curricular, which develops the whole person
  • A Christian value system encompassing respect, responsibility, co-operation, honesty, fairness and friendship
  • A partnership with parents, primary schools and the local community

Latest News

Teaching Posts in Holy Family Community School, May – June, 2018

The Board of Management of Holy Family Community School invites applications for the following posts which may arise as advertised on www.educationposts.ie.  English – 4 Posts Chemistry – 1 Post Religious Education – 2 Posts Business – 1 Post Accountancy – 1 Post Application forms for these teaching posts are only available from the schoolREAD MORE

Holy Family Community School in South Dublin Comhairle na nÓg’s Run4Fun

On Wednesday the 16th of May South Dublin Comahirle na nÓg held an event called “Run4Fun”. Comhairlí na nÓg are local youth councils who give a voice to 12-18-year-olds while tackling issues affecting young people. There are a total of 31 all around Ireland in each county council constituency. This year the Comhairle’s topic/issue theyREAD MORE

TRANSITION YEAR EU AMBASSADOR SCHOOL PROGRAMME

Our current TY’s are successfully implementing the 3 pillars of the EU Ambassador School Programme. Last Thursday the 18th April a successful Skype interview was conducted regarding their progress to date. On May 9th the TY’s are staging a debate on the future of the EU encompassing topics such as Brexit, immigration, youth employment, climateREAD MORE