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st attractas ballinteer vs educate together nutgrove

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14/04/2009 10:45 - Choosing a School / Application Procedures (Locality: Dublin South)
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hello south side mums.
I´ve been offered places in both these schools and need to make up my mind by the end of the Easter holidays. I hear they are both excellent schools. I live in Rathfarnham so Ed together is closer but I don´t want that to be the deciding factor if St Attractas is better. Help. Any information welcome.
Thanks




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01/09/2009 08:03 - Choosing a School / Application Procedures
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hi garnet,
will do. I´ve heard nothing but positive reviews so far. i suppose it was the child centred ethic that swung it at then end. I´ll keep you up to speed.



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31/08/2009 20:11 - Choosing a School / Application Procedures
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hi Claire,
i opted for ed together. so hard to make a decision but it was the closer school.



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31/08/2009 20:49 - Choosing a School / Application Procedures
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Hi,

I would be interested in hearing how you get on at the ET in Nutgrove, we have our child´s name there and am anxious to hear what you think of it...

Garnet



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08/11/2010 16:41 - Choosing a School / Application Procedures
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Taking my son out of a Rathfarnham school and interested in any feedback on ET Nutgrove. How is the level of education? Do you feel you are having to teach your child what he/she should be learning from class? Are the class sizes smaller than 30? Is your child happy? Is there a political environment to deal with (ie favouritism of some children?) Is it more of a school than a corporation? Is it efficient, clean and with a good atmosphere? What is the child to teacher ratio? Has it changed drastically over the last few years?

Any further guidance would be greatly appreciated. Son is having a bad time of things and I need to do something ASAP.

Thanks



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31/08/2009 19:46 - Choosing a School / Application Procedures
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Hi there,
Have you made a decision - any feedback?
Thanks
Claire




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