Crokes Talks - News & Reports
In Kilmacud Crokes we continue on a journey of understanding and awareness to help make our Club a better place for the entire community. As part of this initiative, we are delighted to launch a Kilmacud Crokes GAA Club ‘Social Story’. In general, social stories are used to teach particular so
The Parenting Programme and the Working things out Programme will be happening at the same time (Tuesday evenings 7pm to 9pm in Mounttown) so this might ideally suit families where the young person would benefit from the CBT Programme while Parents avail of the Parenting Programme.
Our Sensory Friendly Santa was a huge success with lots of happy kids, parents, and volunteers. Everyone who was involved in any aspect of the day should be really proud. Everyone found a role and everything ran smoothly. Santa & Chief Elf Alf did an amazing job at getting the best out of th
Well done to the members of the Kilmacud Crokes Choir who sang their hearts out on a cold and wintry morning Saturday December 8th in Stillorgan Shopping center. They raised 970 euro and all the funds collected were in support of the Blackrock and Harold's Cross Hospice.
Today is UN International Day of Person with Disabilities: Empowering persons with disabilities and ensuring inclusiveness and equality