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Pin Badge - Pearse Memorial Fund with image of Pearse and Scoil Eanna on reverse. St Enda’s School, Ranelagh Dublin, set up by Pearse in 1908. Secondary school for boys - most of the classes were taught in the Gaelic language. Teaching staff included Pearse himself, his sister and his brother Willie who was executed after the Easter Rising, despite having had no part in the leadership of the Rebellion in 1916.