Applications for pre-school places for the year 2023/24 closed on the 27th of January 2023. All admission criteria for individual Naíscoils are available on the Education Authority website.
Applications are made through the Education Authority website and the closing date has now passed.
If your child is too young for a pre-school place in 2023/24, do get in touch to express an interest and we can keep in touch.
Pre-School AdmissionsPortal is Now Closed
The pre-school portal closed on 27th of January 2023. If you are still interested in enquiring about pre pre school places in your local Naíscoil please email us or contact your local school for more information.
MaximisingYour Childs Potential
Children become part of a young, growing, and vibrant Irish-speaking community. This develops a strong sense of social belonging.
Being part of the Irish speaking community allows your child to be part of and be proud of their communtity. Being able to speak two languages and to be able to switch naturally between them, gives children extra self confidence in their abilities which will in turn enhance their self-esteem.
Being bilingual gives your child the opportunity to mix and communicate with a wide variety of people. Speaking two languages offers a wider cultural experience and often a bilingual person will be welcoming, open and accept those who speak other languages and have different cultures.
Hear a testimonial from a parent of a Naíscoil Charn Tochair pupil.
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