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Thanks to Christy Osborne for the photo
Thanks to Christy Osborne for the photo
  • Author: Ballyfermot & St Marks Heritage Photos, Ken Larkin Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-06-17 21:28:34
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°17'34"N - 6°23'40"W
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St Anne's School Fettercairn, Tallaght. Thanks to Christy Osborne for the Photo
St Anne's School Fettercairn, Tallaght.  Thanks to Christy Osborne for the Photo
  • Author: Ballyfermot & St Marks Heritage Photos, Ken Larkin Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-06-17 21:28:34
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°17'34"N - 6°23'40"W
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Thanks to Christy Osborne for the photo
Thanks to Christy Osborne for the photo
  • Author: Ballyfermot & St Marks Heritage Photos, Ken Larkin Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-06-17 21:29:03
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°17'34"N - 6°23'40"W
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Mass to Celebrate the 40th Year Anniversary of St Ann's School
Mass to Celebrate the 40th Year Anniversary of St Ann's School
  • Author: Ballyfermot & St Marks Heritage Photos, Ken Larkin Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-06-14 13:05:47
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°17'35"N - 6°23'36"W
  • celebrated by Bishop Eamon Walsh, Fr Pat, Fr Bill and Fr Paul
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Mass to Celebrate St Ann's School Celebrating their 40th Anniversary
Mass to Celebrate  St Ann's School Celebrating their 40th Anniversary
  • Author: Ballyfermot & St Marks Heritage Photos, Ken Larkin Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-06-14 13:08:14
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°17'35"N - 6°23'36"W
  • celebrated by Bishop Eamon Walsh, Fr Pat, Fr Bill and Fr Paul
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Congratulations to St Ann's School Celebrating their 40th Anniversary
Congratulations to St Ann's School Celebrating their 40th Anniversary
  • Author: Ballyfermot & St Marks Heritage Photos, Ken Larkin Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-06-14 13:21:25
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°17'35"N - 6°23'36"W
  • celebrated by Bishop Eamon Walsh, Fr Pat, Fr Bill and Fr Paul
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Congratulations to St Ann's School Celebrating their 40th Anniversary
Congratulations to St Ann's School Celebrating their 40th Anniversary
  • Author: Ballyfermot & St Marks Heritage Photos, Ken Larkin Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-06-14 13:38:27
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°17'35"N - 6°23'36"W
  • 1978 - 2018
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Congratulations to St Ann's School Celebrating their 40th Anniversary
Congratulations to St Ann's School Celebrating their 40th Anniversary
  • Author: Ballyfermot & St Marks Heritage Photos, Ken Larkin Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-06-14 13:36:41
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°17'35"N - 6°23'36"W
  • 1978 - 2018
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Congratulations to St Ann's School Celebrating their 40th Anniversary
Congratulations to St Ann's School Celebrating their 40th Anniversary
  • Author: Ballyfermot & St Marks Heritage Photos, Ken Larkin Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-06-14 13:47:38
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°17'35"N - 6°23'36"W
  • 1978 - 2018
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Congratulations to St Ann's School Celebrating their 40th Anniversary
Congratulations to St Ann's School Celebrating their 40th Anniversary
  • Author: Ballyfermot & St Marks Heritage Photos, Ken Larkin Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-06-14 13:54:22
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°17'35"N - 6°23'36"W
  • Ms Edna Murphy - Three weeks ago, I spent some time being shown around St Anne’s by a justly proud principal, Mary Cullen. I was more than a little envious as I viewed a beautifully maintained and very well equipped school. What pupils, staff, and parents now take for granted, is in stark contrast to the humble beginnings experienced by those of us who were here 40 years ago. St Anne’s opened for business on the 1st July 1978 with ninety children. Three classes of junior infants in St Marks Senior Primary school. Our second year we lodged in St Marks Community school where Tom Cuskelly. and J. Fitzpatrick and many other teachers joined my staff. At last, on the 1st September 1980 we moved into our permanent home, St Anne’s School, and the school divided. I remained principal of the junior school and Tom Cuskelly was appointed principal of the senior school. Life was not easy for the many families that came to Fettercairn. There were no amenities, no shops, and no bus services. The Luas was not even dreamt of. The school had only basic necessities and no money to equip it as we would have wished. There was no fence around the school and Mr. C was seen on occasions chasing horses off the grassy hills surrounding the school. Soon things gradually improved. The occasional cake sale provided much needed funds to buy equipment. We were very lucky to have a gifted and conscientious caretaker, Matt Murphy, who maintained the school on a shoestring and without whom the school would have come to a standstill. Indeed some naughty teachers grumbled that unlike some other schools that closed for a day or two because of boiler break downs, it never happened in St. Anne’s because Matt Murphy always kept the boiler going. We also appointed a highly efficient secretary, whose work was impeccable and whose discretion was valued by all. Then came Board of Managements which involved, quite rightly, parents in the running of the schools. In St. Anne’s parental involvement was further encouraged by the appointment of a home school liaison teacher and the establishment of a parent’s room within the school. Here I must pay tribute to W. Mc G who did Trojan work in this area and also great things were achieved in St. Anne’s down the years. Thanks to very enthusiastic, progressive and dedicated staff in both schools. There was great teamwork in each school and we were constantly striving to improve the quality of our teaching and the learning environment of the children entrusted to us. We were particularly interested getting help for children who might have problems. In this we were helped by supportive Boards of Managements and by the very caring parents of Fettercairn. There was great cooperation between the junior and senior schools, especially when it came to the transfer of pupils and arranging school events. When necessary, we also liaised with other schools in the area. I should like now to pay tribute to my fellow with whom it was great to work with and consult when necessary. Of course, the most important members of the school community are the children who are the reason that we are here at all. We were always very proud of St. Anne’s children and we were confident that we could bring them anywhere and that they were guaranteed to be very well behaved. That doesn’t mean that they were all saints – we wouldn’t want them to be – but they just seemed to sense when good behaviour was required – a tribute to their parents. It gives all a great feeling of satisfaction to know that many have done very well at both secondary and third level education. And so St. Anne’s has come full circle and is now, as it began, just one school under the very able stewardship of Mary Cullen. I have no doubt that with Mary Cullen at the helm, it will go from strength to strength, while still retaining its happy and pleasant atmosphere and its sense of fun which sustained us all down through the years. I look forward to hearing of even greater achievements by our pupils in the years to come.
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Ms Edna Murphy 1st Principal Congratulations to St Ann'a School given the History of the school from the Start
Ms Edna Murphy 1st Principal Congratulations to St Ann'a School given the History of the school from the Start
  • Author: Ballyfermot & St Marks Heritage Photos, Ken Larkin Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-06-14 13:56:18
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°17'35"N - 6°23'36"W
  • Three weeks ago, I spent some time being shown around St Anne’s by a justly proud principal, Mary Cullen. I was more than a little envious as I viewed a beautifully maintained and very well equipped school. What pupils, staff, and parents now take for granted, is in stark contrast to the humble beginnings experienced by those of us who were here 40 years ago. St Anne’s opened for business on the 1st July 1978 with ninety children. Three classes of junior infants in St Marks Senior Primary school. Our second year we lodged in St Marks Community school where Tom Cuskelly. and J. Fitzpatrick and many other teachers joined my staff. At last, on the 1st September 1980 we moved into our permanent home, St Anne’s School, and the school divided. I remained principal of the junior school and Tom Cuskelly was appointed principal of the senior school. Life was not easy for the many families that came to Fettercairn. There were no amenities, no shops, and no bus services. The Luas was not even dreamt of. The school had only basic necessities and no money to equip it as we would have wished. There was no fence around the school and Mr. C was seen on occasions chasing horses off the grassy hills surrounding the school. Soon things gradually improved. The occasional cake sale provided much needed funds to buy equipment. We were very lucky to have a gifted and conscientious caretaker, Matt Murphy, who maintained the school on a shoestring and without whom the school would have come to a standstill. Indeed some naughty teachers grumbled that unlike some other schools that closed for a day or two because of boiler break downs, it never happened in St. Anne’s because Matt Murphy always kept the boiler going. We also appointed a highly efficient secretary, whose work was impeccable and whose discretion was valued by all. Then came Board of Managements which involved, quite rightly, parents in the running of the schools. In St. Anne’s parental involvement was further encouraged by the appointment of a home school liaison teacher and the establishment of a parent’s room within the school. Here I must pay tribute to W. Mc G who did Trojan work in this area and also great things were achieved in St. Anne’s down the years. Thanks to very enthusiastic, progressive and dedicated staff in both schools. There was great teamwork in each school and we were constantly striving to improve the quality of our teaching and the learning environment of the children entrusted to us. We were particularly interested getting help for children who might have problems. In this we were helped by supportive Boards of Managements and by the very caring parents of Fettercairn. There was great cooperation between the junior and senior schools, especially when it came to the transfer of pupils and arranging school events. When necessary, we also liaised with other schools in the area. I should like now to pay tribute to my fellow with whom it was great to work with and consult when necessary. Of course, the most important members of the school community are the children who are the reason that we are here at all. We were always very proud of St. Anne’s children and we were confident that we could bring them anywhere and that they were guaranteed to be very well behaved. That doesn’t mean that they were all saints – we wouldn’t want them to be – but they just seemed to sense when good behaviour was required – a tribute to their parents. It gives all a great feeling of satisfaction to know that many have done very well at both secondary and third level education. And so St. Anne’s has come full circle and is now, as it began, just one school under the very able stewardship of Mary Cullen. I have no doubt that with Mary Cullen at the helm, it will go from strength to strength, while still retaining its happy and pleasant atmosphere and its sense of fun which sustained us all down through the years. I look forward to hearing of even greater achievements by our pupils in the years to come.
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Congratulations to St Ann's School Celebrating their 40th Anniversary
Congratulations to St Ann's School Celebrating their 40th Anniversary
  • Author: Ballyfermot & St Marks Heritage Photos, Ken Larkin Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-06-14 13:56:33
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°17'35"N - 6°23'36"W
  • Ms Edna Murphy - Three weeks ago, I spent some time being shown around St Anne’s by a justly proud principal, Mary Cullen. I was more than a little envious as I viewed a beautifully maintained and very well equipped school. What pupils, staff, and parents now take for granted, is in stark contrast to the humble beginnings experienced by those of us who were here 40 years ago. St Anne’s opened for business on the 1st July 1978 with ninety children. Three classes of junior infants in St Marks Senior Primary school. Our second year we lodged in St Marks Community school where Tom Cuskelly. and J. Fitzpatrick and many other teachers joined my staff. At last, on the 1st September 1980 we moved into our permanent home, St Anne’s School, and the school divided. I remained principal of the junior school and Tom Cuskelly was appointed principal of the senior school. Life was not easy for the many families that came to Fettercairn. There were no amenities, no shops, and no bus services. The Luas was not even dreamt of. The school had only basic necessities and no money to equip it as we would have wished. There was no fence around the school and Mr. C was seen on occasions chasing horses off the grassy hills surrounding the school. Soon things gradually improved. The occasional cake sale provided much needed funds to buy equipment. We were very lucky to have a gifted and conscientious caretaker, Matt Murphy, who maintained the school on a shoestring and without whom the school would have come to a standstill. Indeed some naughty teachers grumbled that unlike some other schools that closed for a day or two because of boiler break downs, it never happened in St. Anne’s because Matt Murphy always kept the boiler going. We also appointed a highly efficient secretary, whose work was impeccable and whose discretion was valued by all. Then came Board of Managements which involved, quite rightly, parents in the running of the schools. In St. Anne’s parental involvement was further encouraged by the appointment of a home school liaison teacher and the establishment of a parent’s room within the school. Here I must pay tribute to W. Mc G who did Trojan work in this area and also great things were achieved in St. Anne’s down the years. Thanks to very enthusiastic, progressive and dedicated staff in both schools. There was great teamwork in each school and we were constantly striving to improve the quality of our teaching and the learning environment of the children entrusted to us. We were particularly interested getting help for children who might have problems. In this we were helped by supportive Boards of Managements and by the very caring parents of Fettercairn. There was great cooperation between the junior and senior schools, especially when it came to the transfer of pupils and arranging school events. When necessary, we also liaised with other schools in the area. I should like now to pay tribute to my fellow with whom it was great to work with and consult when necessary. Of course, the most important members of the school community are the children who are the reason that we are here at all. We were always very proud of St. Anne’s children and we were confident that we could bring them anywhere and that they were guaranteed to be very well behaved. That doesn’t mean that they were all saints – we wouldn’t want them to be – but they just seemed to sense when good behaviour was required – a tribute to their parents. It gives all a great feeling of satisfaction to know that many have done very well at both secondary and third level education. And so St. Anne’s has come full circle and is now, as it began, just one school under the very able stewardship of Mary Cullen. I have no doubt that with Mary Cullen at the helm, it will go from strength to strength, while still retaining its happy and pleasant atmosphere and its sense of fun which sustained us all down through the years. I look forward to hearing of even greater achievements by our pupils in the years to come.
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Congratulations to St Ann's School Celebrating their 40th Anniversary
Congratulations to St Ann's School Celebrating their 40th Anniversary
  • Author: Ballyfermot & St Marks Heritage Photos, Ken Larkin Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-06-14 13:59:24
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°17'35"N - 6°23'36"W
  • 1978 - 2018
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Ms mary Cullen Principal of St Ann'a School Celebrating their 40th Anniversary
Ms mary Cullen Principal of St Ann'a School Celebrating their 40th Anniversary
  • Author: Ballyfermot & St Marks Heritage Photos, Ken Larkin Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-06-14 13:59:38
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°17'35"N - 6°23'36"W
  • 1978 - 2018
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Congratulations to St Ann's School Celebrating their 40th Anniversary
Congratulations to St Ann's School Celebrating their 40th Anniversary
  • Author: Ballyfermot & St Marks Heritage Photos, Ken Larkin Follow on flickr foto flickr
  • Date of photography: 2019-06-14 14:01:45
  • Geographical coordinates of the taken: 53°17'35"N - 6°23'36"W
  • 1978 - 2018
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