Griffith Barracks Multi-Denominational School

Student Dail

Student Dail

We’re very proud of our Student Dáil here at GBMDS. The Dáil is made up of 2 students from each class from 2nd class to 6th class, one male and one female where possible and a member of staff. The Student Dáil is there to represent the views of the students. We meet once a month. We have an agenda for our meeting and it usually involves going through any suggestions that were added to the Suggestion Boxes in each classroom, discussing new ideas and contacting anyone who can help us out. We regularly contact the Parents’ Association, the teachers or Eddie, our Principal, for further information.

Democracy is very important to us and our Student Dáil ensures that the voices of the children are heard. It helps us to promote equality, justice and inclusion. The Student Dáil members work hard – they run the Golden Clock award which encourages punctuality in the school, they operate our Yard Library every Wednesday, they help out with our Winter and Summer shows and our Winter and Summer Fairs too.

Every year, we hold a fundraiser for a charity that is chosen by the children of the school. We hold a bake sale, which is always very popular. We also ask the children of GBMDS to submit articles for the Student Dáil Times. This is our newspaper, with articles on current affairs, book reviews, tips, top tens, cartoon strips etc.

Being a member of the Student Dáil is a great opportunity for the children in Griffith Barracks MDS!

Click here to view out most recent Student Dail Times (newspaper).

Events
Jun
25 2021
End of term celebration
Jun
28 2021
Sixth class Graduation
News
15-Apr-2021
Here is the School Calendar for the year September 2021 to June 2022
30-Nov-2020
We brought bottles and different types of sealed containers into school. We painted them in art in lots of different colours and patterns. Then we put rice into them and lastly decorated them with ribbons and pipecleaners.
30-Nov-2020
Spending PE outside in the fresh air making up various movements and poses to loosen up and stretch. First different students showed us movements in the circle and then groups made up their own movement sequence/ dance.
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Griffith Barracks Multi-Denominational School,
The Old Guardhouse,
South Circular Road,
Dublin 8
Ireland
D08 KVY4

01 4547278


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