Who We are

The Le Chéile Schools Trust now comprises the schools of fifteen religious congregations. The aim of the Trust is to carry on the legal, financial and inspirational role of trusteeship that has, up to now, been done by individual congregations. It carries out the legal and inspirational role of trusteeship . This is a significant development in Irish education as the Catholic Church and the individual religious congregations renew and reformulate their commitment to Irish education.

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Deputy Principal, Le Chéile Secondary School, Tyrrelstown, Dublin 15


Closing Date 21/05/2020

Le Cheile website – 20th April 2020

Welcome back! We hope all members of our school community had a restful Easter and enjoyed the good weather that we were blessed with.

We’re facing into another strange term, with a lot of unknowns. We are confident that the Leaving certificate will go ahead but, as yet, the exact nature of it and the dates are not confirmed. This brings its own challenges for the students and their teachers in trying to plan for meaningful work over the next few weeks.

The State Examinations Commission will be issuing Junior Certificate papers in the autumn – no doubt it seems like a long time away and therefore motivation is a bit more difficult than normal.

However, with the assistance and support of our very professional teachers, all students will be helped through these challenges.

We wish all our schools every success in the weeks ahead and invite you to contact us if there are issues we can help you with.

Take care, stay safe, stay home and wish your hands!


Baking through the Isolation


TY Students from St. Louis Monaghan have demonstrated their skills in a Isolated at Home Bake Off with some very tasty and tempting results click the link to see their results!

St Brigid’s Day Crosses


Students form St. Louis Kitimagh Community School were busy making St Brigid’s Day Crosses recently Keeping religious traditions alive in St. Louis Community School, Kiltimagh. 

The Ursuline Secondary School, Blackrock, Cork Going Plastic Free


The Ursuline Secondary School, Blackrock, Cork Having already won a Unesco Young Environmental Award the school is ahead of the eco curve by removing single use plastic bottles from the school campus.  Both students and teachers at the 245 pupil secondary school have taken the initiative to replace single use plastic one step at a […]


The CHARTER of the Le Chéile Schools Trust

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Dominican Sisters

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Click on V for vimeo to see a range of videos that  details our journey towards forming the Trust “A Journey towards Trust”