Our News


  • 08
    Sep 2014
    Ms Sarah Pepper – Head of School

    Ms Pepper has a teaching degree ( Hons) from Brighton Polytechnic, UK. She has experience teaching all primary ages. Since joining ISD  Ms. Pepper has developed a strong belief in inquiry-based learning. She has trained as a workshop leader for the International Baccalaureate, a role that enables her to travel and work with other teachers.
    Ms [...]



  • 08
    Sep 2014
    Ms Silvia Garcia Robles – Pre K and K1 Teacher

    Ms Silvia obtained a teaching degree specializing in Musical Education at Universidad de León (Spain), which she expanded with a BA in musicology at Universidad de Oviedo (Spain). After gaining some experience in both primary and secondary schools in Spain, Ms Silvia took a position as a volunteer teacher in Guatemala, combining two of her [...]



  • 07
    Sep 2014
    Ms Cristen Ward – Kindergarten 2 Teacher, Action Plan Coordinator and Teacher Representative on the Curriculum Committee

    Ms Cristen has been part of the International School of Dublin community since 2010 when she began as a volunteer.  Prior to joining the staff full time, she worked in all grades at ISD as a classroom assistant, substitute teacher, EAL teacher and team-taught Kindergarten and Grade 1. For the past two years she has [...]


Message from the Head of School

Sarah photo for external websiteWelcome to the International School of Dublin’s (ISD) website. At ISD we recognize that choosing a school for your child is one of the most critical family decisions you make. We pride ourselves on creating a nurturing and stimulating environment for your child to learn in. We hope that you can come and visit ISD, see the school in action and experience the learning for yourself. In the meantime, we hope our website gives you an introduction to the school, its curriculum and our community. Do watch the short video below that captures a small part of ISD and what we believe in.

If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact us.

Sarah Pepper 

The International School of Dublin (ISD) offers an international primary education based on the curriculum of the International Baccalaureate to the international community in the Dublin region and to Irish families that believe they can benefit from this form of schooling. It operates as a non-denominational private school with English as the language of instruction.

The school provides excellent international education through the promotion of high academic standards, international understanding, full parental involvement, and strives to be a centre of professional and curriculum development. We offer small class sizes and place the students at the centre of everything we do.

Bus services are  available from Ballsbridge, Donnybrook.

Applications are now being accepted for all classes for September 2014.  Please complete the form in ‘Admissions’ and send it to admin@internationalschooldublin.ie.

 

 

 





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