De La Salle College is an all boys secondary school located in the southern suburb of Churchtown in Dublin, Ireland.  

Dear Parent(s)/Guardian(s),


Our Annual Christmas fair takes place on Sunday, December 1st from 11.30pm to 3pm. Our Parent's Association and Staff are working hard to make our Fair even better than last year. In order to do so we need the help of every De La Salle, Churchtown Family! 

Last year we got lots of fantastic donations and we are requesting the same again this year, please see below and find attached a letter detailing the items we are looking for. 

We would be delighted with the following donations to help with our raffle/prizes/stalls.

  • Shop bought biscuits and cakes, including Christmas cakes and mince pies.

  • Bottles -alcoholic and non-alcoholic. (Alcohol may only be dropped to the school by parents / guardians) for our bottle stall

  • Unopened gifts (please only donate prizes that you yourself would like to win.)

  • Books – good quality second hand books, children’s and adults.

  • Toys – Good quality second hand toys.

  • Chocolate -boxes, tubes, bags, selection boxes, bars etc for our Chocolate Tombola Stall.

  • Accessories like bags, belts, scarves, jewellery, vintage goods and collectables for our ‘Vintage Chic Stall’.

  • Plants and plant pots …. indoor or outdoor for this very popular stall.

Items can be dropped into the school reception from 8.30am to 4pm daily. 

Thank you for your support.

Coming to school in De La Salle is really different to primary school, in a good way. I like walking to classes and having a locker and having lots of different subjects.  
Eoin  (1st Year)

It's great to be given the responsibility by the school, trusting us to take care of the 1st years, it says a lot about how the school teaches us to be mature and to take care of others.   
Daniel (5th Year Mentor)

I love this school. When I came here the first day they were very kind to me. They were all the time asking me if I was ok and if I understand. The people are very kind and the teachers are very funny.  
Miguel (1st Year)

The teachers are really nice. “When you put your mind to something you can easily do it”, a teacher told me that and it's great advice.  
Tadhg (1st Year)

Students demonstrated great respect for their teachers and pride in being in the school and of the De La Salle tradition.
Whole School Evaluation Report

A strong ethos of care emanates from Senior Management down the school and the overall care of the students is one of the greatest strengths of the school

Whole School Evaluation Report


Main Office:
(01) 2981067


Transition Year Coordinators:
0863343068 (Voicemail Only)



Ms Siobhan Foster, Principal 

Mr Michael Kirwan, Deputy Principal 

Ms Anne Franklin, Career Guidance Counsellor

Transition Year Coordinators