Hi the Gaelscoil accepts any faith, they are the same as the Educate together. At parents request they will provide facilities for religious education for whatever faith to be held outside school time. My guys will start Catholic classes next year.
The gaelscoil is non ( multi?) denominational and accepts all faiths as Lai says. You can opt for Catholic classes taught in the school after school hours, but this is entirely optional. If you haven’t seen the website, check it out at: http://www.gsanbhradainfeasa.com/
I think this is a great school, my DD loves it!
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