About Us

Our Mission Statement

To provide for the pupils of this Christian Community, a high-quality education in a peaceful, caring environment where pupils learn and teachers co-operate to teach and to maintain good relationships with the Department of Education, parents, priests, Board of Management and the Patron of the school.

AD JESUM PER MARIAM – To Jesus through Mary


All Saints N.S. Doohamlet is a Catholic School under the patronage of the Bishop of Clogher, Most Rev.Lawrence Duffy.

There are five mainstream Class Teachers including the Principal. It is a co-educational school and covers the full range of classes from Junior Infants to 6th Class.

We have a full-time Resource Teacher and a Learning Support Teacher. Pupils may be granted resource hours, within regulations laid down by the Department.

The G.A.A. provide weekly classes on football skills at the moment for children from 1st to 6th classes.

The Board of Management manages the school for the Patron.

The building is modern and was built in 1993, opened officially in February 1994 by the Minister of Education and blessed by Bishop J. Duffy of Clogher.

An extension has been built onto the school consisting of a Sports Hall, two new classrooms, Learning Support rooms and new offices. The school has its own computer suite with individual computers, networked printer and data projector. Every classroom is equipped with an interactive whiteboard and mounted data projector. The extension was officially opened in 2011.

There is a Breakfast and an After-school Club which operates from 8.15 am to 9.15 am and from 2 pm to 6 pm daily. A range of activities is organised for those children availing of this service including snacks and a hot meal.

September 2011 Doohamlet childcare opened a Preschool

Our school is registered with the Green schools programme. This programme is being run by An Taisce and it has been developed to help children in schools become more environmentally aware and to realise how they impact on the environment. There are five elements to this programme. These are Litter and Waste, Energy, Water, Travel and Climate Change. The school received its first Green Flag in May 2011. In 2014 the second green flag was awarded to the school for Energy. The school is now working towards its third green flag which focuses on the conservation of water.