Prospectus for St. Ita's School,

1910-1911.
Main Creator: St Ita's School (Dublin, Ireland)
Summary:Prosectus promotes the school as being the equivalent of St. Enda's for Irish Catholic girls and asserts it will provide "a primary and secondary eduction, Irish in tone and bilingual in method". It lists the members of staff, the subjects that will be taught and the fees. Religious training is paramount. The school also boasts its musical and vocal courses.
In Collection: Letters from Thomas MacDonagh and Patrick Pearse to Gertrude Bloomer, House Mistress of St. Ita's School, Rathmines, 1910-1916
Format: MANUSCRIPT
Language:English
Subjects:
Notes:Physical description: 1 item (8 pages).
Arrangement:Item
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Prospectus for St. Ita's School,

1910-1911.
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In Collection: Letters from Thomas MacDonagh and Patrick Pearse to Gertrude Bloomer, House Mistress of St. Ita's School, Rathmines, 1910-1916
Description:Prosectus promotes the school as being the equivalent of St. Enda's for Irish Catholic girls and asserts it will provide "a primary and secondary eduction, Irish in tone and bilingual in method". It lists the members of staff, the subjects that will be taught and the fees. Religious training is paramount. The school also boasts its musical and vocal courses.
Main Creator: St Ita's School (Dublin, Ireland)
Language:English
Extent:1 item (8 pages).
Format:Manuscript
Call Number: MS 8,903/3/1 (Manuscripts Reading Room)
Rights:Reproduction rights owned by the National Library of Ireland.