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Aisling McConville

Aisling McConville

Head of Visual Arts

Aisling McConville began her teaching career in Northern Ireland before working in Jakarta, Indonesia and Lima, Peru. She has taught Art for nearly a dozen years and has eight years experience leading and managing an Art department.  

By teaching internationally, Ms. McConville has immersed herself in the International Baccalaureate Curriculum and has experienced unparalleled cultural experiences that have enriched her professionally and personally. Her passion for the Visual Arts is embedded in her teaching; she engages her students by nourishing individuality through divergent thinking and the exploration of creative skills.

Ms. McConville is delighted to have returned to Dublin with an ever-growing collection of art and an abundance of enriching experiences! Her two children, Eithne and Pablo, and her husband, Lawrence (who is the Head of Humanities and Service Learning at NAIS Dublin), have joined her here.