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Welcome to the Central Model Infants’ School 

Central Model Infants’ School was established in 1859.  It is an Infant school comprising Junior Infants, Senior Infants and First Classes under the patronage of the Minister for Education and Skills. 

The Central Model Infants’ School is an inclusive, child centred Learning Community.  Respectful relationships are fundamental to us.  We achieve excellence through high expectations, teamwork and shared leadership.  We aim to nourish and develop each child’s sense of their own self-worth as an individual and celebrate their unique gifts and talents.

Pupil of the Week

We have Assembly each Friday where we celebrate learning, sing songs and children are awarded certificates for their outstanding achievements during the week.  Click on the Stars to see our Pupils of the Week.   



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We had a great day celebrating our ‘Walk on Wednesday’ WOW day, celebrating all the hard work our school is putting in to try and achieve our fourth Green Flag for ‘Transport’. There were so many highlights on the day, including Joe the Magician, special helpers from Store Street Garda Station and scooting or cycling around the school yard. The day ended with a celebratory parade around our local area, showing off our ‘blinged’ up costumes and singing our songs and chants. 

Here is a slideshow of the day. Remember…walk to school, it’s so cool! 



We had a great week celebrating book week in our school. All our classes went on a trip to Easons book store on O’Connell Street and picked up our own book to take home with us using our book vouchers. We also invited all our parents and friends of the school to come into our classrooms and read with us. Below are a few pictures from our ‘Reading Morning’. 

Kidstalk – Rm2 Last Session

Rm 2 had their last session of ‘Kidstalk’ today. The boys and girls listened to the story ‘Aliens Love Underpants’ and took part in four activities based on the book. They want to say a big thank you to all their parents, aunts and uncles who came in over the last three weeks to help them with Kidstalk.

‘Kidstalk’ is organised and run by the Home School Community Liaison.

Kidstalk – Rm2

Session 2 of ‘Kidstalk’ in Rm 2 saw the class listening to the story of the Gruffalo and doing four activities based on the book. Here are some pictures from the session.