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Aisling Project: 2011 Christmas

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Aisling Project: 2011 Christmas

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Aisling Project: 2011 Christmas

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Aisling Project: Star's Trip to Cavan Centre

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Aisling Project: Star's Trip to Cavan Centre

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Aisling Project: Star's Trip to Cavan Centre

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Aisling Project: Star's Trip to Cavan Centre

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Aisling Project: Star's Trip to Cavan Centre

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Aisling Project: Star's Trip to Cavan Centre

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Aisling Project: Star's Trip to Cavan Centre

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Aisling Project: Star's Trip to Cavan Centre

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Aisling Project: LEGO Group's Trip to DIT

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Aisling Project: LEGO Group's Trip to DIT

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Aisling Project: LEGO Group's visit to DIT

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Future Leaders of Tomorrow

Aisling Project: LEGO Group's visit to DIT

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After school initiative in Ballymun

Aisling Project: Balcurris, Sillogue, Shangan and The Reco

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After school initiative in Ballymun

Aisling Project: Balcurris, Sillogue, Shangan and The Reco

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After school initiative in Ballymun

Aisling Project: Balcurris, Sillogue, Shangan and The Reco

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The Aisling Project – an after-school initiative working in Ballymun - was set up in 1997. Currently four projects, in four areas of Ballymun, work with 80 young people aged from 8-to-13 years.  The Aisling Project based here in The Reco was established in May 2006, and takes place Monday to Thursday, from 2.30 to 5.30pm, during the school year, with a full two-week Summer Project during the month of July.   Read more...

 

No food, money, games allowed

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It is preferable if young people do not bring food, sweets, money, computer games, mobile phones etc. to the club with them. If they do, we ask that they keep them in their school-bags as these items tend to distract young people from fully engaging with the programs of the club.

 

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The main aims of the Aisling Project are to prevent early school leaving, benefit the community and advance education by running an after-school intervention project for children at risk.