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Past Events

2017 - 2018

Ms. Katherine Zappone, Minister for Children and Youth Affairs, visits our school

On Friday 1st December 2017, we were delighted to welcome Minister Zappone to our school.


She joined our weekly assembly and pupils displayed a real sense of occasion. Our Principal, Ms. Sheelagh Jones had taken the opportunity to invite the Minister to meet our pupils and see their school building.

Children’s Book Festival 2017

On the 12th October a group of pupils from Cheeverstown School joined their peers from local mainstream schools (including Ballyroan Boys’ National School and St. Patrick’s Primary School) at a storytelling of ‘Goldilocks and the Three Bears’ in Ballyroan Library. It was fantastic!

Level 1 Learning Programmes

We are delighted to be chosen as one of the schools trialling the Level 1 Learning Programmes this year. We have attended training and are collaborating with other schools.

Football for All

Our pupils continue their links with the FAI participating in 'Football for All' facilitated by JJ and Christy.

They have enjoyed engaging with lots of their peers from local mainstream schools.

South Dublin County Council Social Inclusion Week

Congratulations to Bart, Ioan and Cormac – winners of the South Dublin County Council Community Art Competition.


They attended a special prize-giving ceremony in the County Hall, Tallaght with their families and our Principal, Sheelagh Jones.


They were presented with their prizes by Paul Gogarty, Councillor for South Dublin County Council.

2016 - 2017

July Education Programme

On Monday, 3rd July our July Education Programme commenced. The pupils have enjoyed a range of activities including participating in the "Football Camp for All" organised by the FAI in Collinstown, Clondalkin.

As well as participating in all of their individual tasks and programmes they have visited lots of places including Marlay Park, Tymon Park and Orwell coffee shop.

School Leaver's Celebration

On June 26th we enjoyed a very special evening. We joined with two of our pupils and their families in celebrating the time they have spent and the achievements they have made here in Cheeverstown School.

Swim for a Mile

On Saturday 25th March 2017 our Principal, Ms. Sheelagh Jones challenged herself to ‘Swim a Mile’ in the National Aquatic Centre.


Sheelagh bravely took on this challenge to raise much needed funds for the costs that will be associated with running our own minibus here at Cheeverstown School. She trained hard to prepare herself for the event (with many early morning starts involved before her long school day even started!).


Sheelagh did herself and all of us proud and swam her mile in just 43 minutes. She was presented with a medal in recognition of her achievement and raised much needed funds for a worthy cause.

Sport's Day

On 13th June the students of Cheeverstown School participated in their Sport's Day. As you can see from the pictures lots of fun was had!

First Holy Communion

On Saturday 20th May 2017 two of our pupils, Kevin Lindsay and Leon Russell received the Sacrament of First Holy Communion.


Kevin and Leon were joined by pupils from Ballyroan Boys’ National School, Scoil Naomh Pádraig, Rathfarnham Parish National School and Saplings, Rathfarnham in the Church of the Holy Spirit, Ballyroan at their ‘Do This in Memory of Me’ Mass which was celebrated by Fr. Brendan Madden.


The boys did so well alongside their peers in the ‘Our Father’ and as part of the ‘Circle of Friends’.


A huge congratulations to both of the boys and their families and friends on this special occasion.


Many thanks to their teacher and SNAs who helped prepare them for receiving this Sacrament and a special word of thanks to Paula Coghlan, Recreation Co-ordinator for Cheeverstown House who, as always, works extremely hard behind the scenes

Sacrament of Confirmation

Bishop Eamonn Walsh celebrated Confirmation in Terenure College Chapel on Saturday, June 10th.

Easter Egg Hunt

On Thursday 6th April, the students of Cheeverstown School set off on their Easter Egg Hunt. Excitement levels were high!


The students followed visual clues on an orienteering course to find the hidden treasure. They were delighted to uncover their Easter Craft Sets and Easter Eggs.

A lot of fun was had by all!!

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