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St. Attracta's Senior National School

Meadowbrook, Dundrum, Dublin 16
  • Goal Humanitarian School Award
  • Bins full of paper for shredding.
  • Certificate for Christmas Decoration Competition 2017.
  • Certificate of Participation in Our World Irish Aid Awards.
  • Counting money for our Christmas 2018 Bóthar Campaign.
  • Fundraising for Bóthar.
  • Global Goals for Sustainable Development Display.
  • Green Schools Committee Battery Recycling.
  • Ms. McEvoy's 3rd Class Projects on Waste.
  • Nationality Survey Results 2017-2018.
  • Nationality Survey Results 2018-2019.
  • Paper Documents for Shredding.
  • Recycled Christmas Decorations 2018.
  • SNS Green Schools Code.
  • Sixth Class students recycling.
  • St. Attracta's SNS entrants to Christmas Recycled Decoration Competition 2018.
  • Twelve Battery Boxes ready for collection by WEEE Ireland January 2019.
  • Weighing School Waste.
  • Letters from 6th Class Students to the Minister for Justice in relation to the International Migrant Crisis.
  • Letters from 6th Class Students to the Minister for Justice in relation to the International Migrant Crisis.
  • Response from the Minister for Justice pg 1
  • Response from the Minister for Justice pg 2


Green Schools Committee 2018/2019

 Green Schools Co-Ordinator: Mr. Maguire


Ms. Murphy         Rang 3

Mr. Fitzgerald      Rang 4

Ms. McEvoy         Rang 5

Ms. Healy           Rang 6

Mr. Kirwan          SET

Ms. Coyle           SNA

Green Schools Class Representatives 2018-19





Mr. Bradley


Eoin Johnston

Adam Brennan

Mr. Coughlan


Conor Mulraney

Leah Champion

Ms. Rafter


Anna Dooley

Cian McGrath

Ms. Murphy


Angelina Shiels

Ryan Cunningham





Ms. Neville


Síne Farrelly

Daniel Doyle

Mr. Fitzgerald


Nicholas Henson

Daniel Keane

Ms. Power


Ross O’ Riordáin

Kevin Dunne





Ms. McEvoy


Ava Malone

Emily Waters

Ms. Nelly


Tom Deally

Sean Kiely

Ms. McDonnell


Alex Burns

John Paul Shiels

Ms. Mulligan


Andrea Daria Ghita

Aoife Fingleton





Ms. Healy


Sophie Shorten Reilly

Donagh O’ Sullivan

Mr. Kenny


Isla Parkes

Siobhán Lane

Ms. Miles


Shane Clune

Ella Murphy


Caretaker + Cleaner

Tony McCann + Angela Coffey

Parent Representative

Sinéad Sweeney

 Green Schools in our School

St. Attracta's Senior Primary School has been actively involved in Green School's with An Taisce and later Dun Laoghaire Rathdown County Council since the Green School's Project began in 2001.  Over the years we have achieved Green Flags in the following areas:

·         Litter and Waste

·         Energy

·         Water

·         Travel

.         Biodiversity


We are currently working towards our 6th Green Flag on the theme of Global Citizenship- Litter and Waste. The work for this flag began in September 2017.  


What is Green Schools?

Green Schools is a Europe-wide project designed to encourage and acknowledge whole school action for the environment - at all scales from local to global.  Green Schools is both a programme and an award scheme.  The aim of the programme is to move from environmental awareness in the curriculum to environmental action in the school and wider community.  


Green School’s Committee

The Green School's Committee is the driving force of the project.  It strives to ensure that all the elements of the programme are adopted throughout the school. One representative from each class makes up the Green School's Committee. Each class also has a substitute member. The students on the committee were democratically elected by their peers and any child who expressed an interest in the area were invited to put their names forward. They all feel a sense of involvement in the decision-making process and have a shared responsibility in what is brought forward for discussion at our monthly meetings.


Action Plan

The Action Plan is at the core of the entire project.  It is linked to the school curriculum work.  It has realistic and achievable goals.

Please click below to view our Global Citizenship- Litter & Waste Action Plans.

Jan 2019 - June 2019.

Oct 2018 - Dec 2018.

Oct 2017 - June 2018.

Latest News

January 2019 Newsletter

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Green Schools Update

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December 2018 Newsletter

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