The Polish Saturday School teaches Polish as a heritage language.
It was established by the Polish Teachers Association in February 2010 as an initiative of parents and professional Polish teachers living in Dublin. 
Their main activity is promoting Polish language, culture and heritage within the Polish community living in Ireland and to teach Polish to children from Polish families.

Our teaching programme is based on the National Curriculum for the Supplementary Schools abroad designed by the Polish Department of Education.

Most lessons are purpose designed and use our own educational materials created by the teachers.
In 2018/2019 the school is managed by Tomasz Bastkowski (Principal) and Agnieszka Matys – Foley  (Educational  Manager and Deputy Principal)
Contact details: Agnieszka Matys e-mail:
CLASSES OFFERED: Classes take place each Saturday from 9.00 am to 2.30 and then children attend afterschool activities and workshops like drama, dance, art any many more.  The school caters for all age groups from Junior and Senior Infants to teenagers. Preschool services and courses preparing to Polish language exam for the Irish Leaving Certificate are provided. 
A course Polish as foreign language age with elements of  culture for adults is also available.
REQUIREMENTS: To attend our school, very young children need to have at least a basic understanding of the spoken Polish language. The use of the language at home is recommended, so at least one parent needs to be Polish.