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Hope Childcare - Inchicore Dublin 8

We specialize primarily in Autism spectrum disorder with early intervention and ECCE. The type of programmes we carry out is called Applied behavioural analysis (ABA), this method of early intervention allows us to cater for all the needs of children from age 3-7 years who are diagnosed with Autism. At Inchicore, we have highly trained team of teachers who fully dedicate themselves into helping these children grow every day, they are extremely passionate and caring about their students and always give their best foot forward as the bond they make with the students and each other are like no other. We believe integrating ASD and mainstream children as they learn positively from each other as we are trying to make each new generation go from strength to strength. We have recently expanded our horizons and added a creche unit onto our school which we are proud to announce is blossoming every day. We are a growing environment and thrive on positive feedback and the motivation to continuously learn through our experiences.

We pride ourselves on hard work and dedication and continue to grow through continuous professional development training. We get involved in team building activities to unite stronger as a team.

Welcome to our little energy ball of a universe!
Positivity sprinkles like fairy dust!
Each child, a treasure
Each teacher, a light bearer
Kids learn, grow, and dazzle
We nurture dreams into possibilities with love and wings,
Because here,
We always have HOPE.

call us: +353 1 571 5334


Goldilocks and the three bears

The storytelling sessions are done in a unique way by the Inchicore staff, it helps children to develop understanding, respect and appreciation for others. Teachers provide opportunities to children to choose their favourite stories. They create an amazing environment where the child feels that he is in the story himself and participate with enthusiasm.


We are dedicated to promoting a positive and happy environment that allows the children to discover, learn and have fun doing so. We promote the Montessori curriculum within the class and also promote basic primary school which is very beneficial for when they progress to junior infants.

The Montessori curriculum is divided into five different areas to which the children are introduced to at their own pace. The materials of Montessori have built-in control and error which promotes independent learning and discovery with or without assistance from one of the two teachers in the class.

Afterschool Club

We have the early drop-off and after school club service that works from Monday to Friday until 6:00 p.m. It is aimed at children from 4 to 12 years old (ECCE and ASD children). A wide variety of fun and entertaining activities, such as games, art and crafts, fun with food, story-telling sessions, physical education and free play are carried out, so that students learn and have fun as a group and individually. The purpose of this afterschool club is to provide help to parents who work or cannot be with their little ones in the afternoon and who want them to be in a safe, trustworthy place that offers learning, fun and care for them. 


We understand that sometimes it can be difficult to have to pick up children from one place and bring them to another, perhaps because work doesn´t allow it, we live far away or there is a lot of traffic, that's why in our center we help those families who need someone trusted to pick up and bring your child to our center. For this, we offer the pick-up service where two of our specialized teachers pick up children and bring him/her to our center where he/she can play and wait until he/she can be collected by the parents. This service applies to areas that are nearby or that are within a walking distance to the centre. 

ASD Classes

In ASD Classes, we develop ‘Individual Educational Plans’ (IEPs) for every single student in the class, along with organizing a curriculum for the entire year, with different lesson plans for each month and for every classroom. Each student has a set of ‘Short-term Goals’ and ‘Long-term Goals’ in their IEP. Lesson plans include various extra-curricular and group activities for the class as well, for example, making playdough, animated story-time, yoga for kids etc. Each student is observed through various assessments to help develop each child’s ‘Individual Educational Plans’ (IEPs) as well as ‘Behaviour Support Plans’ (when needed).  Observations help in keeping track of the progress the child makes, so that their IEPs can be modified and developed further to provide the student with the best learning experience possible. In addition, different activities are carried out to develop social relationships and interaction with peers. In our center, the learning of our children is one of the most important objectives. To achieve this objective all resources are created individually, and attending to the parts of learning that need to be reinforced and worked for their daily life.  For each student a series of objectives are established, which are reinforced with highly visual and highly motivating material.


Hope provides warm and loving environment for the wobblers and toddlers in which they grow and learn each day. We enrol children from the age of 12 months in our creche. The day in the creche starts with welcoming the children by the staff with hugs and cuddles. The children are gently allowed to adjust to the group’s routine. Children are on a schedule where their friends are doing the same type of activities at the same time. We focus majorly on the following developmental areas: social, emotional, cognitive, physical and language.

In addition, children are able to use their newly discovered independence skills as they explore their environment. We conduct various activities such as birthday celebrations, celebrating festivals, Fun with food which promotes creativity, develops social relationships and sense of belonging. Daily opportunities such as Circle time, storytime, colouring, dancing, singing, playing with blocks, mud play, water play enables the children to learn and work harmoniously alongside and with each other and to listen to each other. Furthermore, it helps children build confidence when speaking in a group as well as respecting other children's individual characteristics. 


We guarantee the best nutrition by providing a variety of different nutrients and tastes which helps in their development. We encourage good healthy eating practices and be certain of providing highly nutritious, good quality meals for the mental and physical wellbeing of the children attending the daycare. We understand the fact that eating habits are formed early and so we are very careful about nutrition and also promote children to develop good eating habits.

  • We believe to use fresh fruits, vegetables to prepare our Healthy snacks do not include junk food.
  • We order Hot meals from Little Dinners and reheat the food in our Kitchen.
  • We follow the Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points (HACCP) food safety program.
  • The drinks offered during the day are milk and/or water.
  • We supervise all snacks and mealtimes and provide a safe, positive and cheerful environment where the child can enjoy their food.
  • Special dietary requirements are catered for and understood by all staff.
  • We are absolutely aware of the food allergies and they are taken care of while serving the food to the children.
Meals of the Day



8:30 am


10:30 am

Healthy snacks (fruits, veggies, toast, yogurt ,Juice) / Milk

12:30 pm

Dinner by Little Dinners

2:30 pm

Healthy snacks (fruits, veggies, toast, yogurt, Juice) / Milk

4:30 pm

Baby Tea by Little Dinners

Please click on the link provided for the Little Dinners Menu


PE is an important part of the curriculum, where all students interact in the same space, with the same possibilities without exception. Our centre, applies inclusive physical education so that all students cooperate and show respect towards others without distinction of any kind.

  • Physical education once a week.
  • Variety of materials: balls, ropes, goals, rackets, parachutes.
  • Leisure methodology: physical activity carried out through games.
  • Objectives: To develop in students aerobic and anaerobic capacities, eye-hand coordination and eye-feet coordination, fine and gross motor skills.
  • Well-prepared classes: Activities prepared and developed taking into account the characteristics and age of the group.
Fun with Food

We encourage the children to manipulate different types of food, touch new textures and taste new flavours. This activity also help them to learn how to use the cutlery. They enjoy creating their own meal and playing while learning with the food.


It is one of the favourite activity for children and teachers. It takes place every Tuesday. There are different level for beginners and advance, so all the children get their own training.

Horse Riding

It takes place every Friday, we go to horse riding in a specialised barn. Different activities are conducted to encourage children to interact with the animal and become sensitive towards them.

Kids Yoga

We practice yoga that help children to become healthy and calm. Children enjoy sharing this time with their peers, with peaceful music and their teachers helping them to practice.

Toilet Training

In Hope, we understand how important it is for our kids to be independent in every aspect of their life. We offer a personalized toilet training plan, for each one of our students, walking together throughout the whole process. After an interview with the family and key teacher, our BCBA designs an individual plan, based on the child´s needs and strengths. This way we not only help our students to gain independence but we also help them be aware of their body parts and bodily functions and sensations, as well as, improving their communication.

Fire Drill

Fire drill is performed once a month. It helps to prepare our little ones to respond quickly, calmly, and safely.


Our children enjoy dancing together with peers and teachers.  It helps the children to follow instructions and learn imitation while they are dancing to their favourite songs.

Parents Teacher Meetings

We keep an open and constant communication with the families. We understand how important it is to work together and to communicate actively with our students´ families. We schedule individual meetings for all ECCE, ASD and crèche students, with their families and key teacher every 6 weeks. In order to discuss about their needs and concerns, and showcase our students amazing work and progress.

Coffee Morning
Coffee Morning

Coffee Morning is the perfect chance for the staff to catch up, chat, laugh, play games and get to know each other. The staff enjoys preparing food for breakfast (including the traditional breakfast from different cultures such as Irish, Indian and Spanish. Coffee morning boost up the energy amongst all of us and make the workplace a happy place for everyone. We have a lot of fun!


We have highly efficient and hardworking staff, and they are valued for their efforts that they have put in the wellbeing of the children. We really appreciate the dedication and strong work ethics of our staff and the contributions they make to education and society.

Continuous professional development training

All HOPE staff take part in monthly continuous professional development (CPD) training. This training is run by the BCBA, training supervisor or a member of the management team. CPD is a combination of teaching approaches, ideas and techniques that help HOPE staff manage their own learning and growth. Topics covered in CPD range from ABA teaching techniques, PECS training, team building, proactive strategies to manage challenging behaviour and Aistear and Montessori teaching styles, which promote learning through play. Staff are also encouraged to be creative, teaching the children through fun with food, dancing, birthday parties and cooperative play.

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Monday 8:00 am – 6:00 pm
Tuesday 8:00 am – 6:00 pm
Wednesday 8:00 am – 6:00 pm
Thursday 8:00 am – 6:00 pm
Friday 8:00 am – 6:00 pm
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed

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Tuesday 8:00 am – 6:00 pm
Wednesday 8:00 am – 6:00 pm
Thursday 8:00 am – 6:00 pm
Friday 8:00 am – 6:00 pm
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed


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Tuesday 7:30 am – 6:00 pm
Wednesday 7:30 am – 6:00 pm
Thursday 7:30 am – 6:00 pm
Friday 7:30 am – 6:00 pm
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed



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