The International School of Dublin (ISD) was established in 2007 to meet a need for educational diversity in Ireland. At present our students are aged 3-12 and represent over 20 different nationalities.
ISD is the only accredited IB World Primary School in Ireland. It is a small, private, non-profit school that is co-educational, non-denominational and culturally diverse.
We believe that our school’s success is due to our internationally regarded curriculum (IBPYP) and the manner in which it is lived out by our students, staff and parents.
At ISD you will find a welcoming and lively environment, which is characterised by collaborative and purposeful activity. ISD students benefit from an innovative form of schooling, a broad education that promotes inquiring, open-minded and principled learners who are reflective risk-takers.
Small class sizes are guided by internationally experienced staff. Students inquire into the world in which they live and ultimately development themselves as global, internationally-minded citizens. Our students are encouraged, guided and challenged to engage with real-life learning experiences. We aim for the success and achievement for each individual child.
Mission Statement: ISD endeavours to develop the intellectual, aesthetic, moral, physical, social and emotional potential of its students through inquiry-based teaching and learning. ISD strives to be a centre for professional and curriculum development. The school provides excellent international education through the promotion of high academic standards, international understanding and full parental involvement.