School Day to Day

Safety When Driving Onto School Campus

Driving to school? To avoid congestion and to keep students safe, parents/guardians are requested not to drive onto the campus unless absolutely necessary. Consider...   Read More

Luis Faria (Class of 2018) Represents Ireland U20

  Luis Faria (Class of 2018) is the first Newparker to gain international rugby union honours, representing his country at U20 level against Scotland...   Read More

Senior Cup Hockey Final

  While it was a bitterly disappointing result for the Senior Girls yesterday losing so narrowly to Loreto Beaufort, the team deserves huge congratulations...   Read More

Standardized School Calendar for the years 2020/21, 2021/22 and 2022/23

It may be of help to members of the school community to be aware of the recently issued DES circular in relation to the...   Read More

Calendar for 3rd Year CBAs and Assessment Tasks

As part of Junior Cycle reform, students engage in a new assessment procedures called Classroom Based Assessments (CBAs) and Assessment Tasks. When? Throughout 2nd...   Read More

Senior Girls’ Hockey Cup Success!

Congratulations to our senior girls’ hockey team who won their semi-final against Newbridge College on Wednesday. They are a credit to themselves, their coach,...   Read More

Newpark and Avoca Secure Sports Capital Grant

Newpark Comprehensive School and Avoca Hockey Club are delighted to announce that we have secured a grant of €138,776 from the 2018 Sports Capital...   Read More

Calendar for 2nd Year CBAs and Assessment Tasks

As part of Junior Cycle reform, students engage in a new assessment procedure called Classroom Based Assessments (CBAs). When? Throughout 2nd Year, as part...   Read More

First Year Parents & Guardians

Thanks to all the first year parents and guardians who came along to the GPA on Tuesday 24th September at 7.30pm for an information...   Read More

Climate Protest – Parents/Guardians

As you may be aware, on Friday 20th September 2019, a climate strike is being called worldwide and school students in Dublin are being...   Read More