Sandford Park School

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Sandford Park School
Dublin 6
Coordinates 53°19′20″N 6°15′01″W / 53.322202°N 6.25014°W / 53.322202; -6.25014Coordinates: 53°19′20″N 6°15′01″W / 53.322202°N 6.25014°W / 53.322202; -6.25014
Established 1922
Principal Ms Edith Byrne
Number of students ~310
Colour(s) Green, Gold and Purple               

Sandford Park School is a small private, non-denominational, co-educational secondary school, located in the inner suburbs in Dublin, Ireland. It was founded in 1922.


Sandford Park School is a small co-educational[1] private, non-denominational school and was established on the 12th of September 1922.[2] Its first headmaster was Alfred Le Peton, who had been the joint headmaster with Ernest Exshaw of Earlsfort House School. The joint headmasters of Earlsfort House moved the school from city centre to the suburbs.

School principals[edit]

  • Gwynn Seton Bradshaw Mack 1922-1931
  • Arthur Douglas Cordner 1934-46
  • Major P.G. Wormell 1946-53
  • Maurice Wilkins (Acting Headmaster) 1953-54
  • Trevor Dagg 1954-1960 [1st period]
  • Dr Hector Rex Cathcart 1960-1967
  • Trevor Dagg 1967-1980 [2nd period]
  • Ian Steepe 1980-1985
  • William (Bill) R. Tector 1985-1990
  • Dr John Harris 1990-1996
  • Michael Whelan 1996-2003
  • Edith Byrne 2003–present

Notable past pupils[edit]


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