Our Schools

The educational needs of children with physical disabilities are often different to those of other children. To achieve their full potential, they may need an educational environment in which their individual physical needs are understood and catered for, and in which they can receive individual attention in small classes.

This facility is provided for children with physical disabilities from the ages of 3 to 18 years at two schools in Dublin, at Clontarf and Clondalkin. The children attending the school in Clontarf come from North City and County Dublin. Scoil Mochua, located in Clondalkin caters for children and young people from West Dublin, Kildare and West Wicklow and came under the patronage of the CRC in 1995.

CRC School Clontarf


The school at Clontarf provides a full range of services, including free transport to and from school, meals and medical services. There is also teaching to Junior Cycle level in certain subjects for some pupils. With a view to encouraging the development of independence, as well as providing enjoyment, swimming and horse riding are provided. There are also close links with local secondary schools.

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Scoil Mochua, Clondalkin


We invite you to see how we cherish and support our pupils to flourish in the caring and stimulating environment of teaching and learning. I am extremely lucky to be the principal of this wonderful school and have an amazing staff team that make my job so enjoyable.

We place emphasis on learning and achievement for all pupils with a focus on everyone’s level of ability where all progress is celebrated and rewarded.

Visit the Scoil Mocha Website