Summer Exams Timetables .

First Year Exams are here.

Second Year Exams are here.

Fifth Year Exams are here.

Junk Kouture Final.

Congratulations to Mozidah Abudulsalamm and Ruby Byrne on their stunning performances in the Dublin City Junk Kouture Final. Mozidah’s moving interpretation of her team’s InnerConeFidence concept drew an emotive response from the audience, brilliantly contrasted by Ruby’s dynamite crowd thriller that was singled out for praise from judge Roz Purcell.

A big thank you to their stand-in team mates Anna Brady and Millie-Sue Robinson for their endless energy and spirit and to Emma Carroll, Orla Mahon and Aine McCarthy and the model’s families for their vocal support on the night. And a special thank you to Ms. Gallagher for her all her help and expert insight as a former finalist and Junk Kouture enthusiast.

Though neither design made the judges final selection of nine entries for the inaugural World Final, they do have one more chance in the public Wildcard vote. You can catch the girls’ knockout performances in an upcoming highlights show on RTE2 and RTE Player on Thursday 19th May at 7pm, after which viewers can vote to send one more design to the World Final in Abu Dhabi.

Friday, May 6, 2022 | Featured

Tickets are SOLD OUT. Not tickets will be available at the door.

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Leaving Certificate and Junior Cycle Timetables 2022

Wednesday, May 4, 2022 | Featured

Leaving Certificate here. Junior Cycle here.

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Immunisation Notice for First Years.

Wednesday, May 4, 2022

For a letter from the HSE click here.... Read More

Exciting News About Modular Building Works.

Tuesday, April 19, 2022

Dear Parents & Guardians,  I hope this finds all of you well and that you and your family are enjoying a relaxing Easter Break.  I am pleased to share some very positive news in relation t... Read More

Swim Success!

Friday, April 8, 2022

The Portmarnock Community School swimming team put on an impressive performance at the Newpark Swimming Gala on Thursday. In the 6-School competition, our 25 student-strong team entered nearly every e... Read More

TY trip to Lesotho.

Thursday, April 7, 2022

Follow the journey of the Action Ireland Trust and Portmarnock Community School students in Lesotho. Our Facebook entries on the trip are here. A blog can be viewed below: Lesotho 2022 Blog... Read More

Junk Kouture.

Sunday, March 6, 2022

Best of luck to our TY fashion design teams with their entries for the 2022 Junk Kouture competition. This years entrants have worked tirelessly to re-imagine and re-fashion everyday waste items. Tran... Read More

A Letter to Parents and Guardians: 27/2/22.

Sunday, February 27, 2022

Please clink here (PDF) for a letter outling arrangements in school from the 28th February 2022.... Read More

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6th Yr Graduation

24May2022
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TY Presentation Night

25May2022
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Staff Meeting ( 1.30 -2.30pm)

03Jun2022
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Classes end for Summer

06Jun2022
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Portmarnock Community School Principal

Principal’s Welcome

I am delighted to be able to offer a warm welcome to Portmarnock Community School.  I feel very privileged to be part of the school at this exciting time in its history.  The all-round, holistic education on offer here has always been special, and I am looking forward to developing this further over the coming years.  Portmarnock Community School will always strive for academic attainment and personal wellbeing, for creating a supportive and inclusive community and a fulfilling education that endures for a lifetime.

Our aim is to send our pupils out into the world with close friends and the ability to make new ones, with the knowledge and skills to succeed at college and beyond, and with a broad range of interests to enrich their lives. We also aim to cultivate each student’s academic and personal potential to enrich the world with courage and creativity and we expect our students to make a lifelong commitment to using their gifts and talents for the benefit of others.

I hope that you will find our website to be helpful and engaging and that it will also give you a sense of what a busy, purposeful and ambitious school we have here in Portmarnock Community School.

Eithne Deeney

Principal

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