Junior Infant Welcome Booklet

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Image result for parent information school clipartWelcome to all new families starting with us in Ashbourne Educate Together. The following booklet has lots of information about our school. Please also see the note that was emailed to all parents in recent days.

This booklet will also be available under the Parent Info tab above if needed in the future.

We look forward to seeing you all in the coming weeks.

Junior Infant Welcome Booklet 2019 2020

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2021/22

Contact Us

Principal Barbara Nugent

Ashbourne Educate Together N.S.

Killegland

Ashbourne, Co. Meath

Roll Number: 20396Q

Tel: 01 8357493

Email: office@ashbourneetns.ie

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