Music Generation is Ireland’s National Music Education Programme that transforms the lives of children and young people through access to high quality performance music education in their locality. Through partnership, we create rich and diverse ways for participants to engage in vocal and instrumental tuition delivered by skilled professional musicians, across all musical genres and styles.

Initiated by Music Network, Music Generation is co-funded by U2, The Ireland Funds, the Department of Education and Skills and Local Music Education Partnerships.

Music Generation believes in the musical potential and innate artistry of every child and young person – that it is every child and young person’s right to have the choice of access and the chance to participate as a musical citizen, and that music doesn’t just change lives, it transforms lives.

Music Generation currently offers programmes in 12 areas of Ireland (Carlow, Clare, Cork City, Laois, Limerick City, Louth, Mayo, Offaly/Westmeath, Sligo, South Dublin and Wicklow), as well as working wtih Donegal Music Education Partnership on a range of projects and initiatives. Locally, the programmes are managed by Music Education Partnerships, under the leadership of Music Development Officers.

We are extremely lucky to have Music Generation take place in Junior and Senior Infants every Wednesday.


Recorder Lessons are available from 1st class to 3rd class every Wednesday in school. The lessons are given by Ger Ralph from Music Generation.











Learn to play guitar with sixth class in the coolest club in the school! Guitar club is led by Mr O Mairtin and is held at lunchtime.

Click play to take your first lesson in Saint Mary’s “School Of Rock”

Lesson 2: A Major

Lesson 3: D Major

Lesson 4: Switching from A to D

Lesson 5: E Major

Lesson 6: Switching from D to E

Lesson 7:

Lesson 8: G major

Lesson 9: C Major


Flute and saxophone lessons, every Tuesday. These are available to all classes.