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Principal: David O’Connell
Deputy Principal: Mr Aidan Lynch
Dean of Second Year: Emma Murphy
Dean of Third Year: Michelle Chandler
Dean of First Year: Margaret O'Brien
Coordinator of Transition Year: Richard O'Donovan
Health and Safety: Donal Kavanagh
Head of SEN/ Enrolments: Orlaith O'Brien
Facility/ Eportal: Bridie O'Sullivan
State Examinations: Carmel Wolohan
School Chaplain: Marie Kelly
Guidance Counsellor: Oliver Joyce
Home School Community Liasion: Orlaith Regan
Physical Education: Louise Brett
Biology, Science, Maths: Noreen Carew
Mathematics Science Chemistry: Michelle Chandler
Art: Jennifer Corish
English, RE, SPHE: Gavin Costello
English: Michael Devanney
Construction Studies, MTW: Chris Doyle
French, Mathematics: Derval Duggan
English and Geography: Zoe Higgins
Mathematics, Science, Physics: James Hughes
Technical Graphics, DCG, Construction, MTW: Donal Kavanagh
Religion: Maire Kelly
English, Geography, SPHE: Joanne Logue
Business Studies, LCVP: Michael Lyons
History, ECDL, CSPE: Aoife Mannion
Mathematics, Science, Biology: Jamie McInerney
Geography, CSPE: Emma McMacken
(Career Break) RE, English: Eoin Manning
(Career Break)RE, English Maths and Science: Kathleen Mulroy
English and Geography :Emma Murphy
English, SPHE: Laura Nolan
(Career Break) French, Maths: Margaret O'Brien
Maths, Special Education: Orlaith O’Brien
English, History: Kevin O'Connor
Irish and Geography: Richard O'Donovan
Home Economics: Bridie O’ Sullivan
Resource, Art: Gina Potts
Irish, Russian: Cormac Ryan
Maths, Business, Resource: Michael Sinnott
History, Religion, Resource: Eileen Ward
Home Economics, Resource: Carmel Wolohan
Engineering: Michael Synnott
French: Joanne Hassett
Irish / French: John O`Donavan
Ballinteer Community School organises a teacher supervised study programme.
Trinity College is strongly committed to ensuring a significant increase in participation at third level of those who for social, economic and educational reasons have not yet realised their full educational potential.
In recent years Ballinteer Community School has taken a very active part in this exciting programme. By clicking on the button below you can visit the website.
Students are responsible for their own property and the school can accept no liability for any loss. Non-essential items of value should not be brought to school.
All books and personal equipment must be clearly marked with the student's name and class.
Bicycles should be securely locked.
Expensive items such as personal music systems, games machines and such like should not be brought to school. Please see the school's Acceptable Use Policy for our rule on mobile phones and other similar devices: they are banned everywhere in the school and on school grounds and will be confiscated if seen by any staff member.