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PRIMARY YEARS EVENTS FOR PROSPECTIVE FAMILIES 

Finding the right school for your child is an important process, which is why we invite prospective families to visit us during our open-house activities.

Our Lower Primary Curriculum is for students aged 3 to 6 and our Upper Primary Curriculum is for those aged 7 to 12.

Join the Primary Open Afternoon for an in-depth introduction to our teachers and International Baccalaureate (IB) curriculum, or the Stay and Play session to discover our learning approach for our youngest students.

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PROGRAMME OF THE DAY

WHAT WE WILL COVER

Explore our school, meet our caring teachers, and learn more about our engaging International Baccalaureate (IB) curriculum for young students at our Primary and Early Years Events. We hold two types of open-house activities:

  • Primary Years Open Afternoon: Lasting approximately 2 hours, our Open Afternoon gives you plenty of time to ask questions as you meet our dedicated team and tour our primary school facilities.
  • Early Years Stay and Play: Similar to the Open Afternoon, our 45-minute Stay and Play sessions are for families of children aged 3 to 6. Let your child experience our stimulating learning environment as you explore all our school has to offer.
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ABOUT OUR SCHOOL

NAIS Dublin is Ireland’s first and only school offering the IB curriculum from age 3-18. We’re proud to be developing a new generation of curious, wise, ambitious young people who are motivated to succeed, no matter what path they take in life. We offer a truly global experience with outstanding learning opportunities and world-class teachers. Every one of our students has the opportunity to shine, to realise their talents and make a real difference in a world beyond the classroom.