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Our School

Like home, we want your child to feel secure and happy; we approach this through awareness and sensitivity to their individual needs and feelings. Being unique in character and personality, your child shares a desire to learn and discover. Our school is a place where every child is treated with respect and experiences freedom within the limits of a carefully structured environment to develop at his or her own pace. Deepdales Montessori strives to develop self-confidence and a natural love of learning, to empower your child in discovering and realising their unique potential. 


Deepdales Montessori is a wonderful bright open space that has been tailor-made to give your child a safe, welcoming, creative and inspiring environment in which to learn. We have both indoor and outdoor learning environments to ensure that the children can explore and discover through different types of play. We use the green space across from the school for larger movement and physical activities on a daily basis.


The equipment, toys and lessons at Deepdales are fully Montessori accredited and are designed to build particular skills in your child's early developmental years.

Learning is FUN at Deepdales!

​Aistear and Siolta

We follow the curriculum as set out within the Aistear and Siolta frameworks.

Aistear is the curriculum framework for children from birth to six years in Ireland. It provides information for adults to help them plan for and provide enjoyable and challenging learning experiences, so that all children can grow and develop as competent and confident learners within loving relationships with others. Aistear describes the types of learning (dispositions, values and attitudes, skills, knowledge, and understanding) that are important for children in their early years, and offers ideas and suggestions as to how this learning might be nurtured.

Síolta is the National Quality Framework for Early Childhood Education. Síolta is designed to define, assess and support the improvement of quality across all aspects of practice in early childhood care and education (ECCE) settings where children aged from birth to six years are present. 

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