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Our school was founded in 2007 and is located in Esker Lane, Lucan.  We cater for pupils in Lucan and its environs.


We operate under a charter which guarantees children and parents of all faiths and none equal respect in the operation and governing of education.


Our Curriculum emphasises literacy, numeracy and language. It responds to changing needs in science and technology, social personal and health education, and citizenship.

Monday, 21 December 2015 14:45

The beauty of the world lies in the diversity of its people: Our Mother tongue concert

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What a wonderful way to end our first term with a very successful Mother tongue concert. We are really grateful to those parents who came to the school to teach traditional songs and dances in various different languages to children in their mother tongue. Thanks to Virginia and Zedd who taught the Lithuanian Da Gaideliai to Lithuanian speakers; Serena for her Christmas song, Mos Caciun mosul bun for the Romanian group;   Karolina for the Polish song, Domowa Piosenka; Monserrat for Bata Mi for the children speak Yuroba and Shandana for Pakistani anthem in Urdu.

There is an even bigger thank you to parents who actually performed in the concert as well as preparing children. Thanks to Sophie who gave a haunting rendition of an eighteenth century traditional Mandarin song about the beautiful jasmine flower, Mo Li Hua. Her performance with the Mandarin group brought tears to our eyes. This was wonderfully contrasted with a stirring performance by our new family, the Mastrominicos from Italy who performed a rousing Italian song Me so ‘mbriacato as well as preparing a group for an extremely lively traditional Italian dance, the Tarantella, which was greatly enjoyed by the dancers and audience alike.

Class teachers also prepared the children with many different language performances also, including the Latvian chant Es bi j puka, O le le from the Congo, Hung chai may may from China. Adula, a traditional Ugandan chant, Ta San Nichloas ag teacht as Gaeilge, Frere Jacques in ten different languages, Jambo (Swahili) from Kenya, Padesneig from Poland  and  La Vague Noire from France. The two 4th classes did a wonderful Bollywood style dance Jai Ho which was a firm favourite with many of the audience. Second class did a great version of Hello to all the children of the world.

Bell ringers and tin whistle players added to the merriment on the day.


We are also very grateful to the many parents, to many to mention, who came to the school during Mother tongue week and who read stories, poems, plays and did artwork and sang songs in various different languages and representing various different cultures. 

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