Want to sing? Come and join us on Tuesday evenings at 5.30pm - 7.30pm, starting on next Tuesday, 2nd February, 2016.
Experience the pleasure of singing together in a relaxed and encouraging atmosphere, with an emphasis on FUN
No auditions, No prior choir singing experience necessary, just a willingness to sing.
This event is free of charge - follow the link to book your place Here
This year’s ILSA Spring Seminars take place on 11th March, 2016 at the Newpark Hotel in Kilkenny. The theme is: “Learning: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow” and will include Primary and Post-Primary Seminars on:
Maths; Literacy; Behaviour; Management of Anxiety among Students with SEN;A Collaborative Approach to Literacy; Strategies to Support Learning for Children with EBD among others.
More details can be found on their website www.ilsa.ie
As part of their ongoing development of the Primary Curriculum, the NCCA are looking at Ethics, Religion, and Beliefs Education (ERBE) in the classroom. Part of this process is consultation with teachers, parents and other parties.
They have produced information to answer questions that may arise and to highlight some areas for consideration during this consultation process. The NCCA recognises the constraints of time allocation for the introduction of a curriculum in Education about Religions and Beliefs (ERB) and Ethics and requests teachers to respond to proposals for development of the curriculum as outlined at www.ncca.ie/consultation/erbe.